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David Olson


I'm a reporter and a photographer and sometimes I create videos to go with my stories.

I graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead and in my time with The Forum I have covered a number of beats, from cops and courts to business and education.

I've also written about UFOs, ghosts, dinosaur bones and the planet Pluto.

You may reach me by phone at 701-241-5555, or by email at

Family fun night attendees will have a chance to make goodwill donations to play arcade games, with the proceeds going to the International Rescue Committee, a group that provides support for people around the world struggling with trauma, which most recently has meant helping the people of Ukraine.
A fire at the same farm on Christmas Eve 2020 caused the deaths of about 1,000 milking goats, 15 peacocks and a dog.
The apartment complex, which is managed by Braaten Properties, is currently unlivable, according to manager Jordan Crouse.
The guide is designed to help voters decide how they would like to fill out their ballot prior to doing their official voting.
In 2020, the online publisher also ranked Fargo North as tops in the Fargo metro area, as well as the state of North Dakota. North High ranked 2,200th among high schools nationally that year.
Wheeler also noted that as of late Wednesday afternoon it was looking like the strongest likelihood for severe weather on Thursday, events involving things like large hail, strong winds and tornadoes, existed for areas south and east of the Fargo area.
Jennifer Cronin said the decision not to disclose the candidate's name until the nominating convention was made out of respect for the candidate, who Cronin said is spending this week helping someone close to them deal with end of life issues.
The five candidates who were endorsed are among 15 people running for five seats on the Fargo Public School Board.
The public is invited to Roosevelt for food, facility tours, musical performances and a gallery of historical items from the school’s past.
McCullough maintained that vaccines carry significant risks and "where there is risk, there must be free choice."