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Alleged heroin overdose leads police to investigate Tioga bar

Alleged heroin overdose leads police to investigate Tioga bar

A fatality is alleged to have been connected with the Skol Bar, resulting in the city considering revocation of its liquor license.

Posted 11/13/18 (Tue) read more »

Jensens look to future following conclusion of 5-year cleanup

Jensens look to future following conclusion of 5-year cleanup

Patty Jensen is determined to reduce the chance that an oil spill like the one on her property will happen to other landowners.

Posted 11/13/18 (Tue) read more »

Cleanup takes 5 years and $93 million

Cleanup takes 5 years and $93 million

Almost exactly five years to the day, cleanup of a major pipeline leak and oil spill north of Tioga finally concluded.

Posted 11/06/18 (Tue) read more »

Cramer, Armstrong outline their plans, if elected

Cramer, Armstrong outline their plans, if elected

U.S. congressional candidates Kevin Cramer and Kelly Armstrong visited Tioga a week before election night.

Posted 11/06/18 (Tue) read more »

Perdue receives Golden Hawk award

Perdue receives Golden Hawk award

Steve Perdue, of Ray, returned to Dickinson State University to receive an alumni award for professional achievement.

Posted 10/30/18 (Tue) read more »

Trade agreement produces mixed results

Trade agreement produces mixed results

The United States Mexico Canada Agreement is expected to affect North Dakota farmers less than once hoped. 

Posted 10/30/18 (Tue) read more »

Ice rink addition approved for Community Center

Ice rink addition approved for Community Center

Tioga city commissioners have approved spending more than $120,000 for the outdoor rink.

Posted 10/23/18 (Tue) read more »

Letters detail testy personal dispute at city

Letters detail testy personal dispute at city

Animosity between Tioga City Auditor Abby Salinas and Police Commissioner Tim Sundhagen has bubbled into view again.

Posted 10/23/18 (Tue) read more »

Mineral owners may need a voice at Legislature

Mineral owners may need a voice at Legislature

Mineral royalty owners in the Williston Basin are upset over what they claim are unreasonable post-production costs charged by oil and gas companies in the area.

Posted 10/16/18 (Tue) read more »

Understaffed, Tioga police rise to challenge of hours

Understaffed, Tioga police rise to challenge of hours

The officers are working longer shifts while the department attempts to fill three open positions.

Posted 10/16/18 (Tue) read more »

 
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