Beulah beats the Bison — and the rain — for Coal Bowl win

Zoning board considers ordinance revamp

Over the last few years, the Mercer County Planning and Zoning Board has had plenty of experience with ordinances, moratoriums, public hearings and the rest, as various industries ranging from frac sand mining to solar and wind farm companies have sought to get a foot on the ground here. Gravel crushing and hauling is a longstanding enterprise in Mercer County, […]

Economic growth consortium meets

news_ 9-28_ VisionWest STAR, BEACON? Hazen played host last week to a gathering of various community and local government leaders from around western North Dakota. Last year, Hazen hosted the annual meeting for the Vision West Consortium, an organization seeking to develop strategies for maintaining and growing communities in their business, school, recreation and livelihoods. This time around, the annual […]

Happening This Week

WEDNESDAY, SEPT 27 Western Plains Public Health providing flu shots (also high dose) vaccines at Hazen City Hall, 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 873-4433. No appointment necessary. Pre-register online at Bring insurance cards. THURSDAY, SEPT. 28 Western Plains Public Health providing flu shots (also high dose) vaccines at the Beulah office (1101 3rd Ave NW, Beulah), 7:30 a.m. […]

The Beulah Education Foundation donated $10,000 for the purchase of the new Merry-Go-Round

The Beulah Education Foundation donated $10,000 for the purchase of the new Merry-Go-Round at the Beulah Elementary School. Foundation representative Amanda Lorenz said the donation was approved in June as part of its efforts to support area schools. “The Beulah Education Foundation supports students and staff of Beulah Public Schools by awarding grant money through our grant application process. As […]

Mercer County 4-H recognized

Mercer County’s Star Equestrian’s 4-H club was recognized this month for implementing health initiatives into their regular operations. 4-H’ers from clubs in 16 counties throughout North Dakota were recognized for incorporating nutrition, fitness and health activities into their club meetings in 2022- 2023. The 34 clubs, with a total of 727 members, earned the special recognition of being “healthy clubs” […]

Schaeffer scholarship recipients named

Three applicants have been named as the first recipients of the newly-created Operation 11 Tyler Schaeffer memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was created in memory of Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer, who died in 2022. Abby Lunsford is a senior at Corbin High School in Kentucky. After graduation, she will be attending the University of Louisville for a major in […]

Meals on Wheels Weekly Menu

Monday, Oct 2. Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Beets, Mixed Fruit Cobbler, Dinner Rolls Tuesday, Oct. 3 Potato Crusted Cod, Cheesy Hashbrowns, Carrots, Cinnamon Applesauce, Wheat Bread Wednesday, Oct. 4 Chicken Supreme, Potatoes & Onions, Seasoned Broccoli Cuts, Cranberry Pear Salad, Ciabatta Roll Thursday, Oct. 5 Cabbage Roll, Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Zucchini, Raspberry Gelatin, Wheat Bread Friday, Oct. 6 Blueberry Waffle, […]

Pushing back, pushing on

Summit presents update, answers public questions

Making a presentation before a group of local leaders from western North Dakota in Hazen last week, a representative from Summit Carbon Solutions stressed the importance of the project for protecting industry and promoting growth while addressing concerns and combating misinformation. Jay Volk, Director of Health, Safety and Environmental Sequestration at Summit Carbon Solutions, gave an update to and answered […]

Neufang honored by MSU Alumni Association

The Minot State University Alumni Association honored four individuals this month, including a Golden Valley native. Honorees of the Golden Award are Mark Lehner, Suzanne (Schriefer) Neufang ’85, Darryl Smette ’69, and Michael Toy ’91. The Young Alumni Achievement Award winner is Stephanie Little ’14. The Golden Awards are the highest award bestowed by the Minot State University Alumni Association. […]

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