Beulah Beacon News

A land swap and reimbursement for snow removal were among the topics of discussion at the most recent meeting of Beulah’s city council.

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Mercer County Highway Superintendent Roy Braun explained how he is meeting conditions of his recent suspension in a letter to the Mercer County Commission at the commission’s regular meeting April 6 at the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton.

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Next month, people will be able to enjoy a nice meal after a day at the lake when a new restaurant opens for business at Lakeshore Estates.

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In early March, the Beacon ran the article “Beware of fraudulent Alumni e-mail” that warned of what was reported to us as a “scam.”

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Beulah is one step closer to a massive citywide street improvement project after the most recent city council meeting.

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Beulah residents had the Governor Jack Dalrymple’s ear last week when he and other state officials went on a tour of the city to assess potential flood hazards.

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By North Dakotans’ standards, it wasn’t terribly cold and wind speeds weren’t considered excessive--but did it ever snow, as a winter storm blanketed most of Mercer County in about 16 inches of heavy, wet snow beginning early last Tuesday and ending late that evening.

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Pros and cons of an adaptive use plan for the old Knife River Care Center structure were detailed during a recent special session of the Planning and Zoning board at the Beulah City Hall.

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The Mercer County Commission reinstated Mercer County Highway Superintendent Roy Braun and examined their own procedures at their regular meeting March 16 in Stanton.

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You have your typical North Dakota blizzards with heavy snow accumulations, high winds and life-threateningly cold temperatures.

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