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Tioga businesses see some rebounds now roads are open

Some local businesses are doing a bit better a month after the downtown reconstruction project finished and Main Street reopened, but there’s some concern not enough notice has gotten out that the work is done.

Posted 12/08/15 (Tue) read more »

Housing demand decreases, rents ease somewhat in Tioga

Housing demand decreases, rents ease somewhat in Tioga

An incomplete occupancy survey conducted by the City of Tioga showed apartments are about 68 percent full.

Posted 12/08/15 (Tue) read more »

Central students learn everything in science lab

Central students learn everything in science lab

Pingpong balls, hula hoops, solar panels and a plastic skeleton are just a few of the supplies Nikki Holte uses in her Central Elementary science lab.

Posted 12/01/15 (Tue) read more »

Retiring teacher recalls two generations of students

Retiring teacher recalls two generations of students

Barbara Guttormson estimates she has taught 750 kids over her 40-year career.

Posted 12/01/15 (Tue) read more »

City takes steps to get quiet zone

Tioga may still get its railroad “quiet zone,” but it won’t be until next year at the earliest. These zones allow trains to pass through town without a screaming horn at intersections.

Posted 12/01/15 (Tue) read more »

Tioga crime ranking doesn’t tell the whole story

In Tioga, you’re far more likely to be assaulted than have your home burglarized.

Posted 12/01/15 (Tue) read more »

Capital Lodge crew camp ceases operation

Capital Lodge crew camp ceases operation

Capital Lodge has officially closed.

Posted 11/24/15 (Tue) read more »

Tioga police are concerned about city’s gun policy

The Tioga Police Department raised strong objections at the last commission meeting over a policy that forbids employees from carrying weapons, with the exception of sworn police officers.

Posted 11/24/15 (Tue) read more »

Hess work addresses big flares

Hess work addresses big flares

Larger than usual flares from the Hess gas plant at Tioga were addressed last week by a maintenance shut down, a Hess official said last week.

Posted 11/24/15 (Tue) read more »

County error shorts funds to school districts

A miscalculation on tax statements will cost school districts in Williams County over a half million dollars combined. And options to rectify the situation, at least for the current school year, appear to be limited.

Posted 11/24/15 (Tue) read more »