The Beacon News
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Through all the updates provided during a presentation to the City Council this week, one upcoming decision stood out: whether or not the Beulah Park District should continue operating in the Fit Club facility, or if it’s time to build a new one.
A new crediting process is aiming to provide the utmost reliability in sales at area Cenex stores. Cenex patrons in both Beulah and Halliday can expect a small change to the way they do business soon, and it’s a change general manager Joey Bogers hopes to make as seamless – painless – as possible.
Mercer County has been dealing with many challenges that come from being on the edge of oil development in the past few years. One of those challenges has continued to vex area leaders: how to keep quality employees from moving elsewhere for better wages.
[Editor’s note: The facilitator of the upcoming meetings is referred to as “C” in the following article instead of her full name, in keeping with the spirit of anonymity that meetings such as NA provide.] After struggling with drug addiction, a young local woman, C found the road to recovery. Treatment at Heartview helped her get clean, followed by five meetings a week she was attending in Bismarck.