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Tioga man honored at Ray pep rally for saving over 400 lives

Tioga man honored at Ray pep rally for saving over 400 lives

Decades worth of blood donations earn one man a standing ovation at Ray High School.

Posted 2/06/18 (Tue) read more »

Wildrose Council remains quiet on firing of auditor

Wildrose Council remains quiet on firing of auditor

A special meeting in Wildrose last week did little to shed light on the firing of the city auditor. The city now plans a hearing next week.

Posted 1/30/18 (Tue) read more »

Former officer named in Lopez case speaks out following trial accusations

Former officer named in Lopez case speaks out following trial accusations

Former lieutenant speaks after being mentioned at trial in Williams County.

Posted 1/30/18 (Tue) read more »

Bakken projected to have a second wind as prices and production ramp up

Bakken projected to have a second wind as prices and production ramp up

Production in the region climbs closer to record levels as infrastructure begins to reach capacity.

Posted 1/23/18 (Tue) read more »

Attorney General to look at Wildrose City Council

Attorney General to look at Wildrose City Council

A special meeting two weeks ago is alleged to have violated open-meetings laws.

Posted 1/23/18 (Tue) read more »

Tioga police tell residents to lock doors after break-ins

Tioga police tell residents to lock doors after break-ins

A series of break ins around Tioga have police concerned

Posted 1/16/18 (Tue) read more »

Jury finds former officer innocent in 2016 theft

Jury finds former officer innocent in 2016 theft

Lopez's defense case focused on prosecution shortfalls and past officer conduct to prove innocence.

Posted 1/16/18 (Tue) read more »

Jury finds former Tioga cop not guilty of theft

Jury finds former Tioga cop not guilty of theft

Former officer, Monique Lopez, was found not guilty on charges stemming from an unauthorized bank transfer by a jury in Williams County Court. (Read the abridged version by following the link below.)

Posted 1/10/18 (Wed) read more »

Postal Service holds ribbon-cutting for new Tioga office

Postal Service holds ribbon-cutting for new Tioga office

Located in the former Hegstad Furniture building, the move marked an important achievement for the city, Mayor Drake McClelland said.

Posted 1/09/18 (Tue) read more »

Tioga students hear the sound of Dixie on the prairie with North Dakota Army Band

Tioga students hear the sound of Dixie on the prairie with North Dakota Army Band

Students from Central Elementary and Tioga High School were treated to the old American Dixie jazz tradition.

Posted 1/09/18 (Tue) read more »