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Kim Hyatt

Kim Hyatt is a reporter for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead covering community issues and other topics. She previously worked for the Owatonna People's Press where she received the Minnesota Newspaper Association's Dave Pyle New Journalist Award in 2016. Later that year, she joined The Forum as a night reporter and is now part of the investigative team. She's a 2014 graduate of the University of Minnesota Duluth.

khyatt@forumcomm.com @kimvhyatt

To raise awareness and inspire hope, The Forum is running a series of stories on the issue of suicide in the Fargo-Moorhead region and taking an in-depth look at some of the groups it's acutely affected. This is the third of five stories.
FARGO — A contractual killing 10 years ago is still on the mind of one prosecutor here who says he thinks about the murder of Fargo dentist Philip Gattuso weekly.
FARGO — Life imitates art.
FARGO — The national anti-abortion campaign 40 Days for Life officially started Wednesday, Sept. 25.
FARGO — It was sometime in the late 1980s that Elizabeth Schwankl appeared in her first TV commercial. Back then, she played a mom talking about the importance of wearing seat belts.
WEST FARGO — Retired and on a fixed income, Lee Kurle is worried about changes taking effect next month in his mobile home community.
MOORHEAD — Literacy and laundry. Suds and storytime. Unlike that missing sock, libraries and laundromats are seemingly the perfect match.
FARGO — With a megaphone in hand, 10-year-old Penelope Echola led chants in front of Fargo City Hall on Friday, Sept. 20, as part of the youth-led global movement calling for action on the climate crisis.
Tom Bearson, a standout high school basketball player from Sartell, Minn., went missing Sept. 20, 2014. His body was found in a Moorhead RV sales lot following a tip police received during a three-day search in Fargo-Moorhead.
FARGO — The Fargo Park Board is preparing to put out a job opening for executive director, who will help guide big decisions down the road, like what to do with the Anderson Park parcel.