Beulah Beacon News

Hay cuttings are one of the top orders of business for producers in the area. They’re doing the best they can, although Mother Nature has thrown plenty of obstacles their way.

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After last year, Coal Bowl XXXII has a lot to live up to.

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Three area post offices are on a list the U.S. Postal Service recently released that are under study by the agency.

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Resolutions for city bond business were the first order of business during the most recent meeting of the Beulah City Council.

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The Mercer County Commission kept plugging away at problems that just won’t dry up during its regular meeting Aug. 3 at the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton.

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Counterfeit money surfaced in Beulah and was turned into the police department after being spotted by a sharp-eyed bank teller.

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Five individuals were charged after an altercation last weekend at Dakota Waters Resort.

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Ambulance services and a project that didn’t get a chance to start were the two largest topics Beulah’s City Council heard during its regular meeting Monday.

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Residents from Sakakawea Estates and Lake Shore Estates brought separate road concerns before the commission at its most recent meeting.

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The North Dakota Department of Labor determined former Mercer County Highway Department employee Curt Kukla, Golden Valley, was not wrongfully fired by the county.

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