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Steve Stark cartoon: Fargo Motor Speedway

InForum cartoonist Steve Stark comments on the use of major Fargo streets for racing.

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Cartoon by Steve Stark
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InForum cartoonist Steve Stark is retiring after 34 years and over 4,000 editorial cartoons.

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InForum cartoonist Steve Stark has contributed cartoons to various publications across North Dakota and Minnesota since the 1970s. He estimates he's published over 4,000 editorial cartoons.
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