2022-03-03

Shake Shop fills hole by providing health alternatives

By Kelli Ameling What started out as a healthy alternative to shakes and goodies in Beulah, the one-stop-shop wellness establishment is now celebrating its one-year anniversary. Fit Fuel Nutrition opened its doors a year ago inside of the Beulah Wellness Center to provide health avenues for visitors alike. The shop is run by Parks District Director of Beulah Parks and […]

One arrested in Beulah drug bust

BPD working to combat drug-related crime within city

By Kelli Ameling An investigation is still ongoing after one person was arrested mid-week on drug-related charges within the city of Beulah. According to Beulah Police Department Chief Frank Senn, a 40-year-old male was taken into custody early afternoon on Feb. 24 after police obtained a search warrant for the male’s home. “There is not a lot more I can […]

Vitamin A deficiencies after a drought

By Rick Schmidt, Oliver County Extension Agent Vitamin A is a crucial to animal health. It is important to the immune system of the cow and for the cow to provide quality colostrum to their new born calf. Beta-carotene is a precursor to Vitamin A, which is plentiful in green forages, so cattle on green pastures are seldom short of […]

Should students kiss goodbye to long summer breaks?

By Lisa Gusewelle With the amount of learning loss that has happened because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, states like North Dakota that care about their students’ educational success have started discussing what can be done to best help students. One idea that was discussed with North Dakota lawmakers and State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler in January 2021 was extending the […]

Providing answers for CO2 capture questions

By Daniel Arens For the last several months, scientists, engineers and project managers associated with Basin Electric’s CO2 sequestration project have been examining all the ins and outs of making sure any project is done right. Now, the energy cooperative and representatives from these other groups are planning to present this information to the public locally, so they can understand […]

Wild guesses on a wild night

By Daniel Arens On Saturday evening, not one, but two popular game shows came to Hazen City Hall. The Hazen Chamber of Commerce hosted a night of “Family Feud” and “The Price is Right”. About 90 people turned out enjoy the show, which included a large selection of hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and a lot of fun conversation. “We […]