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Tioga, North Dakota Funeral Homes
104 S Main Street
Tioga, North Dakota 58852
(701) 664-2122
Tioga, North Dakota Obituaries and News
Travel alert for south-central, southwestern North Dakota January 15, 2017

A travel alert is already in effect for northwestern North Dakota including Williston, Tioga, Watford City and surrounding areas as well. Also under a travel alert is north-central North Dakota, which includes Minot, Crosby, Bowbells, Stanley, Mohall ... (Jamestown Sun)

Feds order correction to plan to North Dakota pipeline owner December 20, 2016

The measures are aimed at preventing increasingly frequent accidents such as a 176,000-gallon spill that fouled a North Dakota creek earlier this month. Thousands more spills over the past decade caused $2.5 billion in damages nationwide and dumped almost ... (North Platte Telegraph)

Feds order correction to plan to North Dakota pipeline owner December 20, 2016

FILE - This Oct. 11, 2013 file photo shows cleanup at the site of a Tesoro Corp. pipeline break that spilled more than 20,000 barrels of oil into a Tioga, N.D., wheat field ... ongoing debates over the four-state Dakota Access pipeline. (The Roanoke Times)

Massive 2013 Oil Spill in North Dakota Still Not Cleaned Up December 19, 2016

A farmer, Steve Jenkins, who’d smelled the crude oil for days, discovered the spill in his northwestern North Dakota field near Tioga — his combines’ tires were covered in it. While the nearest home was a half-mile away and the state said no water ... (earthfirstjournal.org)

North Dakota oil spill raises questions about safety December 14, 2016

IS THIS A BIG SPILL? It's sizeable, but there have been much larger oil spills in North Dakota. In September 2013, a Tesoro Corp. pipeline break spilled more than 840,000 gallons of oil into a wheat field near Tioga. That spill is still being cleaned up. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)