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Tioga football team remembers teammate killed in rollover

Tioga football team remembers teammate killed in rollover

Members of the Tioga Pirates football team carried Tanner Bagley's jersey into the high school stadium, a day after he was killed a rollover accident.

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue) read more »

Plea deal for former resident concerns daughter

Plea deal for former resident concerns daughter

A possible end to a lifelong search for justice was blocked by new developments in the case.

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue) read more »

A nearly forgotten tradition makes a return in McGregor

A nearly forgotten tradition makes a return in McGregor

The town held a Harvest Hoedown last Friday, reviving a tradition almost forgotten by local residents.

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue) read more »

Crash leaves post office without side entry door

Crash leaves post office without side entry door

Emergency crews were called to the Tioga Post Office Wednesday last week after a car ran through the facility entryway on North First Street.

Posted 8/15/17 (Tue) read more »

Tioga School District kicks off new year Monday

Tioga School District kicks off new year Monday

The Tioga School District will begin classes Monday, Aug. 21.

Posted 8/15/17 (Tue) read more »

Agriculture Department holding hay lottery after receiving donations

Agriculture Department holding hay lottery after receiving donations

Ag Community Relief is donating several semi loads of hay to help farmers and ranchers during the drought.

Posted 8/08/17 (Tue) read more »

Up in the air: Tioga drone camp soars again

Up in the air: Tioga drone camp soars again

Tioga was buzzing, literally, with activity this weekend as the second annual drone camp for kids took flight at the airport.

Posted 8/08/17 (Tue) read more »

Hearing on proposed Cenex pipeline draws critics

Hearing on proposed Cenex pipeline draws critics

The Public Service Commission heard arguments from landowners, labor union representatives and Cenex on a proposed pipeline replacement project.

Posted 8/01/17 (Tue) read more »

Drought could have lasting impacts

Drought could have lasting impacts

North Dakota State University Extension held a seminar to address farming and ranching concerns amid the ongoing drought across the state.

Posted 7/25/17 (Tue) read more »

City in a basement: trains, family and history at the Lovdahl house

City in a basement: trains, family and history at the Lovdahl house

Hidden from view at the Lovdahl home sits Dakota City and its neighboring replica towns of Medora and Fairview.

Posted 7/25/17 (Tue) read more »