Beulah Beacon News

October 22, 2009

Meth lab busted in Beulah

Five people were charged with drug-related offenses after a final break led to the discovery of methamphetamine and materials used to manufacture the drug in a Beulah residence’s garage.

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Mayor Darrell Bjerke used his section of Monday night’s Beulah City Council meeting agenda to express his displeasure with the activities of the group of south side residents who are agitating for an increased response to flooding problems in that part of Beulah.

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Is the public concerned with the flu this winter? If the recent public health immunization clinic held last week in Beulah is any indication, then yes is the answer.

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Flu season isn’t just around the corner, it is already here and the Beulah School District is ready for it.

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Representatives of south side residents met with members of the Beulah City Council and the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services to discuss what steps were being taken to reduce future flood damage and assist individual homeowners in case of a future flood.

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Wages and water dominated Monday’s Beulah City Council meeting.

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A vote rejecting the city’s plan for employee salary increases created problems as the Beulah City Council reviewed its preliminary budget on Monday.

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It was a very special delivery, one that took up both the eastbound lane and turning lane on Highway 200 north of Beulah as it waited for preparations to be made for its arrival.

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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.

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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.

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