Matthew Von Pinnon
Von Pinnon is editor of The Forum.
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If, as they say, a photo is worth a thousand words, then this collection of work from Forum staff photographers says a lot. Though we cover plenty of big news...
Sometimes the planets align and what starts as a glimmer of an idea grows into a universe of possibilities. Today's newspaper illustrates that evolution.
GRAND FORKS, ND -- University of North Dakota hockey fans were displeased Friday night when the public-address announcer at Ralph Engelstad Arena pronounced the “Fighting Hawks are at full strength!”...
FARGO – Corso, the live bison mascot of North Dakota State University and the namesake of ESPN's popular "College GameDay" personality Lee Corso, is outgrowing his travel trailer. A GoFundMe...
KEEWATIN, Minn. -- A Colorado woman was injured and the car she was riding in was extensively damaged when it collided with a moose early Saturday morning near here. Rochelle...
One long-held area college football rivalry is rekindled. Another rivalry game across the Red River should be, too.
FARGO—Area police will converge on Davies High School Friday afternoon in a simulated school-shooting exercise. It's the first wide-scale active-shooter scenario of its kind in Fargo-Moorhead, police officials said. Other smaller exercises meant to test law enforcement training and protocols have taken place in other area schools, but this one is intended to be more realistic, said Fargo Police Sgt.
FARGO - Single-game tickets for this fall's six North Dakota State University home football games sold out Saturday within an hour. Single-game tickets went on sale at 8 a.m. This...
When I was a tot growing up in Moorhead in the 1970s, a Forum photographer snapped a photo of me and my friends pushing toy dump-trucks up a mound of dirt alongside our driveway. The photo ran in the newspaper the next day but a clipping of that picture stayed on our home's refrigerator for months, maybe years. It was a more innocent time, to be sure. I don't remember our parents ever even knowing where we were most of the time, but they probably did. They certainly weren't hovering. The Forum photographer took that photo from the sidewalk in front of our house. We didn't notice him.
MOORHEAD - Thirteen-term U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn., said Friday he doesn't need to spend money to get elected to a 14th term in 2016. "I don't think I'd need to spend a nickel to get elected," the 71-year-old told The Forum Editorial Board.