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Tioga police want city pound improved

Tioga police want city pound improved

Officers recently sought approval from city council for a proposed $220,000 project to move and renovate the city pound, which they say is poorly equipped to safely and hygienically care for lost or abandoned animals.

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City hall alternatives given further consideration

With details in hand on two new options to address city hall space, Tioga City Commissioners last week decided they need input from the Tioga chamber and the Economic Development Corporation before making a choice.

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Tioga Color Dash is Saturday, will raise funds for pool

Tioga Color Dash is Saturday, will raise funds for pool

For the second year running, the Color Dash comes to Tioga on Saturday, June 13, to powder participants with color and raise funds for the highly anticipated reopening of the community pool and splashpad.

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Setback variance sought for wind farm

A windfarm north of Tioga continues to raise concerns as the project winds through the permitting process.

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Ray switching to well water to fill lagoons

The City of Ray last week suspended its program of accepting waste from haulers without charge, largely due to complaints from private wastewater treatment providers who feel the town is competing with private industry.

Posted 6/02/15 (Tue) read more »

Boomtown Babes now open in Tioga

Boomtown Babes now open in Tioga

Nyssa Grey is the owner of Boomtown Babes, which just opened a new location in Tioga next to the Pinnacle station.

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Tesoro cleanup could take another couple of years

Tesoro cleanup could take another couple of years

With excavation more than a year under way on cleanup of the Jensen farm oil spill, the state is now estimating it could take a couple more years to complete.

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DeMoes deal with early onset gene

DeMoes deal with early onset gene

Wanda Ruth DeMoe died in a nursing home when her two sons were still in middle school. Only an autopsy confirmed the cause: Alzheimer’s disease. At the time, even the medical community wasn’t aware of the early onset gene.

Posted 5/26/15 (Tue) read more »

Irene Olson helped expand U.S. 2

Irene Olson helped expand U.S. 2

When Irene Olson was lobbying the state to increase U.S. 2 from two lanes to four lanes, no one knew how vital it would become to the Bakken oil boom. Olson recently celebrated her 77th birthday and recalled how she ended up in Tioga.

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