Beulah Beacon News

In action directed at avoiding a “gray area” in North Dakota law, the government entities that comprise what is known as Coal Conversion Counties, are looking at a joint powers agreement. That agreement, now before the Beulah City Council, would change the way the coal counties address the State Legislature.

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The Beulah Chamber of Commerce will be going crazy Aug. 5 and 6 as Crazy Days makes its return as a two-day event.

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July 29, 2010

Phillips to step down

Beulah City Planner John Phillips has submitted his resignation to the Beulah City Council effective Dec. 31. Phillips will be joining Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota as a real estate development specialist.

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The Halliday School Board tabled a recommendation from Superintendent Dale Gilje to start preparing to shut down the school after the 2010-11 school year.

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Throughout its 104 years on the North Dakota prairie, Casey and Julie Voigt’s home has withstood everything that Mother Nature could throw at it.

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A story that winds through many years and from the prairie vistas of the Twin Buttes community to the halls of power in Washington, D.C., came one step closer to an ending on Friday.

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For sale, 42,000 sq. ft., 52 bedroom facility. In 2006, the Knife River Care Center began construction on its new facility on North 22nd Street. Ever since its completion a few years later, the question has been what to do with the old facility at 509 Central Ave. KRCC announced that it would be taking bids for the purchase of the facility.

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The 2010 Beulah High School All Class Reunion was the biggest and maybe the best reunion ever.

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When Center-Stanton school board member Chris Christianson was a junior at Washburn High School, his boys basketball team was ranked No. 2 in the state. During the regular season Washburn defeated Parshall by 20 or more points. During the regional tournament, however, a young Royal Lyson sunk 20 of 21 free-throw attempts to send his team to the state tournament. Parshall made only six field goals throughout the entire game.

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Mercer County has seen another successful kickoff of high summer with mini doughnuts, music, livestock shows, rodeos and even some old fashioned ‘rassling.’

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