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Tioga Dollars for Scholars plans silent auction dinner

Tioga Dollars for Scholars plans silent auction dinner

Tioga’s Dollars for Scholars chapter has planned a new event that it hopes will become an annual fundraising staple.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Skips on water bills sizable

Tioga consumers have left unpaid about $150,000 in residential water bills, according to information discussed by the city commission last week.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Economics of water service evolving

Economics of water service evolving

A regional water supply system now serving the northwestern corner of North Dakota has gone through a fast evolution.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Nurse practitioner Lorena Mitchell now on the job at TMC

Nurse practitioner Lorena Mitchell now on the job at TMC

Tioga Medical Center’s newest nurse practitioner came to study the state’s low rates of obesity and her research found something interesting about the people of North Dakota.

Posted 3/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Clinic in Ray holds open house

Clinic in Ray holds open house

The Northland Health Clinic held an open house on Wednesday to commemorate its official opening.

Posted 3/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Companies scale back in preparation for low oil prices in 2016

Companies scale back in preparation for low oil prices in 2016

In their fourth quarter earnings reports, the major oil producers in the Bakken had a common theme of planning for a year of low oil prices.

Posted 3/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Pederson recognized for service to hospital, community

Pederson recognized for service to hospital, community

In May, the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health will recognize Randall Pederson with an award for Outstanding Rural Health Professional.

Posted 3/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Managing decline will be as complicated as oil boom growth

Managing decline will be as complicated as oil boom growth

A possible changing of the city guard, revenue concerns and planning and zoning issues dominated discussion at last week’s Tioga City Commission meeting.

Posted 2/23/16 (Tue) read more »

Pinnacle confirms layoffs at stores

Pinnacle confirms layoffs at stores

A significant number of layoffs at Pinnacle in Tioga and Stanley is being attributed to the downturn in the oil economy.

Posted 2/23/16 (Tue) read more »

Capital Lodge will remove modular units

Capital Lodge was once a town of its own, with some 1,500 residents. Now the facility has shut off its power and water, and the owner, Mike Boudreaux, is beginning the process to clear out the modular units.

Posted 2/16/16 (Tue) read more »