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New post office opens

New post office opens

After nearly two years of planning, the Tioga post office moved across the street to its new home at the former Hegstad Furniture building.

Posted 6/27/17 (Tue) read more »

NCC employee sees many changes in 28 years

NCC employee sees many changes in 28 years

After 28 years of service at NCC in Ray, Mari Bergstrom will retire on June 30.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

North Dakota making strides to address opioid crisis

North Dakota making strides to address opioid crisis

Opioid abuse is not just a local problem, but also growing across the state and crossing county lines.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Lindahl farm announces start of operations

Lindahl farm announces start of operations

Italy-based Enel began operations at the Lindahl Wind Farm last week north of Tioga.

Posted 5/02/17 (Tue) read more »

Zion Lutheran breaks ground on new building

Zion Lutheran breaks ground on new building

Zion Lutheran Church has broken ground on a new building between the Tioga Medical Center and dam.

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue) read more »

Credit union unveils new Tioga Pinnacle branch

Credit union unveils new Tioga Pinnacle branch

An open house Friday for a new Western Cooperative Credit Union branch inside the Pinnacle travel center in Tioga drew about three dozen people for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a complimentary lunch.

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue) read more »

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 »