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Central springs for new science curriculum, dedicated teacher

Central springs for new science curriculum, dedicated teacher

In addition to a freshly remodeled school building, students at Central Elementary School will have a new science curriculum on the first day of school.

Posted 8/04/15 (Tue) read more »

First quarter earnings reports show less oil industry activity

First quarter earnings reports from the top oil producers in the Bakken coincide with projections from the Department of Mineral Resources. Operators are weathering low oil prices by focusing on rig efficiency and some reductions in activity.

Posted 7/28/15 (Tue) read more »

Bank will get building upgrades; instant issue cards now offered

Bank will get building upgrades; instant issue cards now offered

It’s a summer of renovation for much of downtown Tioga and that includes a project at the Bank of Tioga.

Posted 7/28/15 (Tue) read more »

Gym moves to new location as city pursues renovations

Gym moves to new location as city pursues renovations

Tioga’s downtown renovations will include a new city hall.

Posted 7/28/15 (Tue) read more »

Tioga approves a $6.1 million wastewater project

Last week, the city commission voted to approve a $6.1 million treatment plant, and construction will begin in the next month.

Posted 7/28/15 (Tue) read more »

Affordable apartments face hurdles in Ray; legality of tax exemption needs research

A 47-unit affordable housing project on Ray’s East side could break ground this year if the project can piece together the funding it needs for the project and the infrastructure to support it.

Posted 7/21/15 (Tue) read more »

Vandals strike again

Vandals strike again

The Tioga City Commission on Monday supported strict police enforcement of an existing curfew ordinance to combat vandals. The commission also took action to approve a liquor license for the Bucking Buffalo, over the objections of other bar owners.

Posted 7/21/15 (Tue) read more »

Inconvenience is the new normal

Inconvenience is the new normal

While the construction on Main Street has caused a significant disruption downtown, businesses and residents are patiently navigating the obstacles for what everyone is expecting to be a big improvement to the heart of Tioga.

Posted 7/21/15 (Tue) read more »

Looking back as Tioga moves forward

Looking back as Tioga moves forward

As a Boy Scout, John Hilleren used the same hat his father wore during World War I. Ninety years later, that hat has a home in Tioga’s Norseman Museum.

Posted 7/14/15 (Tue) read more »

New Tioga restaurant and ‘convention center’ stymied in request for local liquor license

A hearing for a liquor license at the last commission meeting drew concerns over the nature of the establishment and how competition from another bar would impact established bars. It also drew support from people who believe another business would benefit the town.

Posted 7/14/15 (Tue) read more »