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Tioga drone event this summer may include a chance for adults to become certified

Tioga drone event this summer may include a chance for adults to become certified

Drones are coming back to Tioga in August, the Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Development Corporation said.

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue) read more »

Bakken oil production is up for 1st time in 2017

Bakken oil production is up for 1st time in 2017

Crude oil production in North Dakota rose by 53,000 barrels a day in February, bringing the state above the 1 million barrel mark for the first time this year.

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue) read more »

Students, community help teacher, family after fire

Students, community help teacher, family after fire

A March 29 blaze left Deb Moe and her family without a home, but with reasons to be thankful, she said.

Posted 4/11/17 (Tue) read more »

Washington state cold case has ties to Tioga

Washington state cold case has ties to Tioga

Crystal Smith has been haunted her whole life by the disappearance of her father.

Posted 4/04/17 (Tue) read more »

Microretail concept could supply a new direction for use of Tioga lots

Microretail concept could supply a new direction for use of Tioga lots

Small retail spaces are the focus of a new proposal for the six and a half empty Main Street lots.

Posted 4/04/17 (Tue) read more »

Seeking permanent RV park permits

Seeking permanent RV park permits

Tioga RV Park owners want a better permit process in place -- one that is permanent.

Posted 3/28/17 (Tue) read more »

Helpers pack food for starving children

Helpers pack food for starving children

Nearly 500 people volunteered to help pack 108,864 meals in the Ray school gymnasium, enough to feed 298 children for an entire year.

Posted 3/28/17 (Tue) read more »

School traffic needs solution

School traffic needs solution

Neighbors say the traffic situation around Central Elementary School is primed for tragedy.

Posted 3/21/17 (Tue) read more »

Annabelle bids come in below estimate

Annabelle bids come in below estimate

Eight companies submitted bids for infrastructure work in the Annabelle subdivision, coming in well below the original estimate.

Posted 3/21/17 (Tue) read more »

Will water project need a life preserver?

Will water project need a life preserver?

Legislation now in the Senate would restructure debt held by the Western Area Water Supply Agency, but those opposed to the deal say it could put funding for every other water project in the state in jeopardy.

Posted 3/14/17 (Tue) read more »