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Tioga police reserves will suspend services now that force is shrinking

The Tioga police reserves are on “stand down” as a result of concerns the city no longer has enough full-time licensed officers to support the volunteers.

Posted 5/31/16 (Tue) read more »

Airport to begin expansion project

Airport to begin expansion project

Jets may be a more regular sight in the skies above Tioga.

Posted 5/31/16 (Tue) read more »

End-of-year carnival held at Central Elementary

End-of-year carnival held at Central Elementary

The kids at Central Elementary rounded out the year with the annual Character Counts carnival.

Posted 5/24/16 (Tue) read more »

2 police employees laid off by city

Tioga Police Administrator Jeff Spivey and Amanda Moser -- who was police dispatcher, administrative assistant, and clerk of court -- were laid off Monday.

Posted 5/24/16 (Tue) read more »

Wind turbines are coming

Wind turbines are coming

Turbine parts being staged at the Williston railhead will soon be trucked up N.D. 40 to Lindahl Township north of Tioga.

Posted 5/17/16 (Tue) read more »

Patch pickup easier on volunteers

Patch pickup easier on volunteers

Picking up the patch no longer requires the mobilization of a veritable army, but three dozen volunteers came out last week for Tioga's annual Pick Up The Patch event.

Posted 5/17/16 (Tue) read more »

First quarter results show reduced activity, production in the Bakken

Oil prices are up 40 percent from the dismal lows of February. It’s good news, but it’s too soon for a ramp up of oil activity in the Bakken.

Posted 5/10/16 (Tue) read more »

Weisz Country Greenhouse opens for spring

Weisz Country Greenhouse opens for spring

There are many spring traditions. In the Tioga area, the opening of the Weisz Country Greenhouse is a big one.

Posted 5/10/16 (Tue) read more »

County revokes Skywatch Inn permit

County revokes Skywatch Inn permit

Williams County last week revoked the building permit for the undeveloped Skywatch Inn in Ray.

Posted 5/10/16 (Tue) read more »

Lots will be temporary city park

The Tioga Economic Development Corporation is taking steps to protect how some empty downtown lots will be developed, while at the same time finding an interim use for them.

Posted 5/10/16 (Tue) read more »