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Holding cells for police thwarted by federal law

Unfortunate news hit the Tioga police department, and it may also impact Ray’s police.

Posted 2/02/16 (Tue) read more »

Ray considers amendment to comprehensive plan

Ray considers amendment to comprehensive plan

Ray’s future may lie to the west of town. City planners are preparing for the possibility with a proposed amendment to the 2015 Comprehensive Plan.

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Tioga looks at removing $2,500 sales tax cap

The Tioga Commission wrestled Monday with changes in the city’s financial structure as the effects of the oilfield slowdown take their toll.

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Delvo announces candidacy for District 2

Delvo announces candidacy for District 2

The Democrats are throwing their hat in the District 2 ring.

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Conflicting opinion on shared police space

Commissioner Travis Rettig presented an update at the Ray City Commission meeting Monday on the proposed new city hall and law enforcement offices.

Posted 2/02/16 (Tue) read more »

School has heating issue to resolve

Heating issues are plaguing Central Elementary School, Principal Tim Schaffer reported during the latest Tioga School board meeting, held Jan. 18.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

Miss North Dakota shares personal story about bullying during Tioga school visit

Miss North Dakota shares personal story about bullying during Tioga school visit

Students at Tioga High School and Central Elementary learned about the problem of bullying and how to deal with it from Miss North Dakota.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

Dinner is small token of appreciation for volunteers

Dinner is small token of appreciation for volunteers

How do you thank someone for a job that requires being on call 24/7, hours of training, and pays nothing?

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

Feds tout efforts to improve rail safety with better cars

The Federal Railroad Administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Agency are continuing efforts to address the safety of transporting crude by rail.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

State oil director says industry is running on empty

State oil director says industry is running on empty

If oil prices do not rebound within the year, North Dakota’s oil industry could see further declines.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »