STAFF BLOG FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. Daily Republic receives top award in 2013 SDNA newspaper contest
MITCHELL, S.D. - The Daily Republic has been judged the best small daily newspaper in South Dakota for the fourth consecutive year.
During a recent ceremony held at Mount Rushmore, the Mitchell newspa... Posted on 5/10/13 at 8:35 AM
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND 8 over 80 update
We received 119 nominations for 8 over 80! Thanks to everyone who submitted. A committee of six selected 16 semi-finalists yesterday. The series will begin running in Forum Communications newspapers t... Posted on 10/23/10 at 9:44 AM
A legislative forum is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday in City Hall in Jamestown.
District 12 and District 29 legislators will address questions and topics regarding the 2011 legislative session.
The time for the community meeting to discuss enhancing athletic teams at Jamestown Public Schools was incorrect the story called “JPS officials, parents talk about aiding athletics” in Saturday’s Sun. The meeting is at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Thompson Community Room at Jamestown Middle School.
FARGO — William C. Marcil, whose career as The Forum’s publisher has spanned nearly 41 years, eight presidential administrations and countless major news stories, will step down on Dec. 1 and hand the reins to his son, Bill Marcil Jr.
By Mike Nowatzki, Forum Communications Co.
, September 15, 2010
The Jamestown Public School Board is holding a forum today, one which will likely be less intimidating than its open mice nights, said School Board President Roy Musland.
In this open forum, which is required by the state, members of the public will gather at tables to speak their minds and convey opinions. In open mic sessions, community members address the nine-member board as well as the public and members of the media.
Every time Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker managed to slip out of City Hall last spring, he grabbed his Nikon digital camera.
The camera traveled to the key locales of the area’s epic flood battle: the Fargodome, bustling with volunteers; south Fargo’s Drain 27, where residents stood up to the rising water; Oak Grove, as April’s most suspenseful standoff with the flood unfolded; and on board a Blackhawk helicopter.
By Mila Koumpilova, Forum Communications Co.
, December 31, 2009
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