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With half or more of the nation back open for business and and controversial debate overy why small businesses debate the wisdom of why certain major national companies being granted largesse not granted small, local companies still being controlled by federal rules, Beulah business entities vary on their plans for re-opening.
Yes, despite dire warning from the federal government, you cam still get a quality ribeye steak and good ground beef, and pork from local purveyors at a decent price.
After several briefings from N.D. State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler, discussion at a special meeting of Beulah’s school board and consideration by Gov. Doug Burgum, graduation ceremonies will commence at the end of the now cancelled current school year.
One of the under-publicized challenges stemming from the COVID-19 issue is the need for parents to engage and entertain their children when so much time is spent at home.
Social distancing might be a wise necessity, but that doesn’t make it pleasant for many people.
After a conference call between State Superintendent of Schools for the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler and supertintendents and school board members from around the state, it was determined that all local school employees will continue to be paid during the COVID-19-driven closing.