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Cass County prosecutor Clark picked for North Dakota judgeship

FARGO - Assistant Cass County State's Attorney Cherie Clark has been appointed to a judgeship in the Southeast Judicial District of North Dakota, according to Clark, who said it's the first time a woman has received such an appointment.Clark, who...

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FARGO - Assistant Cass County State's Attorney Cherie Clark has been appointed to a judgeship in the Southeast Judicial District of North Dakota, according to Clark, who said it's the first time a woman has received such an appointment.

Clark, who will have her chambers in Jamestown, said she will begin her new job once the state's attorney's office has found a replacement.

She anticipates she may start in her new post sometime in August.

Clark is a University of South Dakota School of Law graduate, and she was admitted to the North Dakota bar in 2007.

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 dolson@forumcomm.com
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