Changes have been made to the usual routine for flu shots provided by Mercer County Public Health offices, a Custer Health District service. The Beulah Civic Center will be the only location of the public health Seasonal Immunization Clinic that in past years traveled to each community in the county.
The wet spring and summer is paying dividends for farmers as small grain yields around the area are excellent. But that same cool wet weather could be costing some money as protein levels are low.
Motorists taking State Highway 200 past Beulah may have noticed a large stockpile of pipes sitting near the intersection with State Highway 49. They might have also noticed more pipe sitting in the ditches as they headed west to Zap. All that pipe is finally going to be installed.
Survey errors that prevented a home sale on Beulah’s western edge should be cleared up soon as the affected landowners have agreed to all chip in to replat the Moens Parcel Addition subdivision, which borders the west side of State Highway 49.
Throughout 10 years of relatively little moisture, water flowed mostly where it was supposed to flow. Huge amounts of snowmelt this past spring, however, exposed drainage problem areas that must be remedied before another flood event occurs – and two Beulah residents visited the Mercer County Commission last Wednesday to express a few of their concerns.
Every year in September, members of the North Dakota Farmers Union participate in an annual fly-in to Washington, D.C., to lobby members of Congress. Most years, the agenda is usually directly related to agricultural issues such as the farm bill or disaster assistance. This year, other issues are overshadowing the group’s traditional agenda.