Beulah Beacon News

A new organization could help shape both short term and long term goals for the Beulah School District.

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Three entities are now in dispute over a piece of land located between Beulah and Zap. Mercer County Economic Development and Basin Transload are on the receiving end of a Breach of Lease lawsuit by Craig Haugland and Erling “Curly” Haugland.

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Smokers looking to light up at the Mike Wolf Softball Complex in Beulah will have to make sure they’re in the right place now that a tobacco policy has been put in place.

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Rezoning of the old nursing home structure is still causing a stir, as two residents came out this week to speak out against it.

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Emergency plans to react to an oil spill were in their infancy 15 months ago. Today they’ve grown – and continue to grow – into a plan to protect the region.

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There will be no diagonal parking on Beulah’s Main Street now that the City Council has had its say. The council voted against the topic by 4-3 when the council met last week.

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Residents in eastern Dunn County are speaking out against a proposed landfill south of Dodge that would be the dumping site for oil cuttings and other hazardous waste.

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Senior citizens and people with disabilities in Mercer and McLean counties now have more “options” when it comes to their health and well-being.

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Fair weather, big crowds and lots to do once again provided a successful time for the Mercer County Fair.

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Countering dust problems and building up roads were two of the main topics that came up during last week’s Mercer County Commission meeting.

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