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Barry Amundson

An almost 50-year veteran of the newspaper business, Amundson has worked for The Forum and Forum News Service for 15 years. He started as a sport reporter in Minnesota. He is currently the city and night reporter for The Forum. bamundson@forumcomm.com 701-451-5665

Fargodome governing board unanimously approves the sale stadiumwide starting in September. It follows sales being allowed at all of the 10 other Missouri Valley Conference schools during games.
Three Washington state men face federal charges after a search of a rental car near Bismarck.
Maichael Yousa is accused of rear-ending a motorcyclist who suffered life-threatening injuries in a hit-and-run crash. A state trooper later shot Yousa during an exchange of gunfire, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
City works to rehabilitate sanitary sewer system by repairing manholes as the city grows and as deterioration occurs. The city has been shipping its sewage to the Fargo plant for almost three years and is planning to continue its maintenance of the system in the coming years.
Residents used words such as devastated, sad, disappointed and fear for the return to "back alley abortions"
Residents used words such as devastated, sad, disappointed and fear for the return to "back alley abortions"
"If granted, a presidential declaration would unlock FEMA public assistance to help cities, counties and townships pay for the costs of repairing roads and other infrastructure," North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum's office said in a statement.
Matthew Taylor, 39, of Mandan, was hired at the North Dakota State Penitentiary in Bismarck in March 2020 and was placed on administrative leave when the criminal investigation began.
Colorado legislation prohibits state and local entities from denying the right to continue with a pregnancy or have an abortion. It also allows an individual the right to use or refuse contraception.
The purchase of The McKenzie County Farmer marks the company's first non-radio venture. The sale price was not disclosed.