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42 Grill will move to a new location

42 Grill will move to a new location

The 42 Grill will soon become the 42 Bistro.

Posted 4/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Safety experts from Ray recognized at the state level

Safety experts from Ray recognized at the state level

Scott and Ann Frost are proof that some good things are remaining behind as the oil boom wanes and the dust settles.

Posted 4/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Mayor wants closed session on budget cuts

Tioga Mayor Drake McClelland announced Monday night the city will hold a closed meeting to discuss budget cuts, at 6 p.m. on April 11.

Posted 4/05/16 (Tue) read more »

City to update animal ordinance to better deal with nuisance pets and negligent pet owners

Tioga has taken a step toward updating its animal ordinance, which increases fines and changes how police will handle complaints.

Posted 3/29/16 (Tue) read more »

Quiet zone inches forward

Tioga may get a little quieter, but it depends on what the community wants.

Posted 3/29/16 (Tue) read more »

Band director to retire

Band director to retire

A musical dynasty at Tioga High School will come to an end at the close of the school year when band director Nancy Olson retires.

Posted 3/29/16 (Tue) read more »

Temporary housing will be permitted for 1 more year

Temporary housing will be permitted for 1 more year

Temporary housing in Tioga appears to be safe for another year following a lively exchange at the city commission meeting Monday last week.

Posted 3/29/16 (Tue) read more »

Police propose part-time help to ease burden on shrunken force

The Tioga police department is down from seven officers to four.

Posted 3/29/16 (Tue) read more »

Study shows airports have significant impact

Study shows airports have significant impact

How important is a local airport to an area’s economy? According to an economic impact analysis, Tioga’s impact amounts to about $3.8 million.

Posted 3/22/16 (Tue) read more »

Cities asked to give up sales revenue for now

Tioga city revenues will be down by $1 million this year, but an agreement to surrender those funds may leave open the possibility the city may get those revenues back in the future.

Posted 3/22/16 (Tue) read more »