Beulah Beacon News

The Mercer County Commission voted to lift County Road superintendent Roy Braun’s probation at their regular meeting July 6 in Stanton.

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Through 20 years of service on Lake Sakakawea, one family has high and low water and met a lot of new friends along the way.

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Collaborations between Sakakawea Medical Center and Coal Country Community Health Center are going well, and a new grant for CCCHC will offer a potential new service for the area.

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It has rained often and in large amounts throughout the last few weeks.

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Three hundred miles have been trekked so far on two men’s two-week journey across the state, and this week they’re getting closer to the final destination as they pass through Mercer County.

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A heavy winter, a wet spring and continued rainfall into the summer have made it difficult for many farmers to get their crops planted on time this year, if at all.

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The Cenex Board of Directors approached the Beulah City Council at the latter’s recent meeting to seek advice on how to move forward with a proposed new agronomy building next to Cenex off Highway 49.

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Five nominations, three open seats and two recounts made for an interesting school board election this year.

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Beulah’s FFA chapter saw many highlights at this year’s state convention. Among those highlights was the election of Beulah’s Jodi Boe as the newest N.D. FFA president.

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If their first week is any indication, the summer baseball season may not be much brighter than Beulah’ spring season. Twice rain showers ended games early last week but thankfully the Cyclones were able to weather the storm with four victories.

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