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Restaurant owner could move business if compromise isn’t found

Restaurant owner could move business if compromise isn’t found

In an effort to enforce its planning and zoning regulations, the city is becoming less willing to let things slide. And now one business is threatening to leave the city as a result. At November’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting in Tioga, 42 Grill owner Jodeen Bergstrom-Dean was told to come up with a definitive plan to bring her restaurant into compliance with building codes or risk having a recent application for a conditional use permit denied -- a move that would effectively shut her down.

Posted 12/16/14 (Tue) read more »

Exercise helps emergency responders prepare

Exercise helps emergency responders prepare

A crowd, including emergency responders from the Ray and Tioga fire departments, Tioga’s Medical Center (TMC) and Powers Lake EMTs, is gathered outside Tioga’s Farm Festival Building, listening intently to the dispatcher’s summons. Medevac personnel from Valley Medical in Williston and Northstar in Minot stand by, their helicopters ready for action. Fortunately, this scene is only a training exercise, and 15 students are acting as casualties to help the EMTs assess their own performance.

Posted 12/16/14 (Tue) read more »