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$500,000 okay in Ray will help keep rents affordable

A request to fund infrastructure supporting development of affordable housing was met with mixed opinions by the Ray Commission.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

State oil director says industry is running on empty

State oil director says industry is running on empty

If oil prices do not rebound within the year, North Dakota’s oil industry could see further declines.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

Tengesdals travel to Czech Republic to see new grandson

Tengesdals travel to Czech Republic to see new grandson

The holiday season is a big time for travel, as people crisscross the country to see loved ones. But Tioga resident Dave Tengesdal went all the way to the Czech Republic to see his family.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

WAWSA financing issues will have an impact on people across the region

At the last Tioga commission meeting, Mayor Drake McClelland said the Western Area Water Supply Authority is taking away the city’s revenue from industrial water sales.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

Hearing takes comment on post office move

Hearing takes comment on post office move

A proposal to relocate the post office in Tioga has a few residents concerned, while others are sympathetic to the difficulties the branch has.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

Tioga Post Office to hold hearing on relocation of operations

Tioga Post Office to hold hearing on relocation of operations

The US Postal Service is proposing a relocation of the Tioga Post Office to what is currently Hegstad Furniture, however other locations may be considered.

Posted 1/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Despite a post-boom year, 2015 was far from tranquil

Despite a post-boom year, 2015 was far from tranquil

It was a hectic year for the Ray and Tioga region.

Posted 1/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Advocate says Tioga has sex traffic; police see no evidence of it

An advocate for victims of sex trafficking said there is a market in Tioga, but since much of the business is arranged through Internet sites, it remains invisible.

Posted 12/29/15 (Tue) read more »

Coughlin concludes 44-year career serving needs of Tioga patients

Coughlin concludes 44-year career serving needs of Tioga patients

Corinne Coughlin, a physician’s assistant at Tioga Medical Center, is retiring after a 44-year career at the hospital.

Posted 12/29/15 (Tue) read more »

Ban’s lift will not impact the Bakken soon

Ban’s lift will not impact the Bakken soon

While people keep an eye on oil prices, the lifting of the 40-year-old ban on crude exports earlier this month seemed a bright spot. But people who work in the industry are hesitant to see the change as the answer to low oil prices.

Posted 12/29/15 (Tue) read more »