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Tioga employees speak out on breach

Described as a limited and contained breach by City Attorney Liz Pendlay, most of Tioga’s commissioner meeting Sept. 4,   centered on discussion of the recently discovered dissemination of Social Security and bank account numbers of employees in emails to city commissioners by Auditor Abby Salinas.

About a dozen current and former employees attended the meeting. Several who addressed the commission from the podium described the city’s efforts to rectify the error as too little too late. 

“Shame on all of you,” Police Dispatcher Kelli Haider scolded the commissioners, for failing to recognize the risky procedure sooner.

Posted 9/07/18 (Fri) read more »

Photography studio soon to open in Wildrose

Photography studio soon to open in Wildrose

Teri Peterson is remodeling one of the oldest homes in town for her business.

Posted 9/04/18 (Tue) read more »

Tioga city data, facility experience security breaches

Tioga city data, facility experience security breaches

An unauthorized entry into City Hall is under investigation at the state level.

Posted 9/04/18 (Tue) read more »

Hospital's new pole building will block view of church

Hospital's new pole building will block view of church

Tioga Medical Center received the permit after a 90-minute discussion among city commissioners.

Posted 8/28/18 (Tue) read more »

Little Free Library stands open

Little Free Library stands open

A project in Tioga is now also expanding to surrounding communities like Ray and Epping.

Posted 8/28/18 (Tue) read more »

Oil, gas production down

Oil, gas production down

Industry totals in June were down from the record-setting numbers the Bakken saw in May.

Posted 8/21/18 (Tue) read more »

Central starts new year with new teachers, new devices

Central starts new year with new teachers, new devices

The Tioga School District is welcoming three new educators to Central Elementary this year.

Posted 8/21/18 (Tue) read more »

Drone camp draws 50 participants in record-setting heat

Drone camp draws 50 participants in record-setting heat

Fifty students braved 100-plus degree heat to participate in the third annual Drone Camp for Kids in Tioga.

Posted 8/14/18 (Tue) read more »

Police chief gets OK to fill officer’s position

Police chief gets OK to fill officer’s position

The Tioga Police Department got the go-ahead to fill a vacant position, following heated discussion about the process required to do so.

Posted 8/14/18 (Tue) read more »

Interior decisions made for Tioga Community Center

Interior decisions made for Tioga Community Center

The Economic Development Corporation performed a walkthrough and selected colors for each room.

Posted 8/07/18 (Tue) read more »

 
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