Steve Stark

Steve Stark


Steve Stark was an early cartoonist while a student at NDSU on The Spectrum student newspaper in the 1970s.

Later, Steve began his editorial cartooning in earnest at the Lake County News Chronicle, a weekly newspaper in Two Harbors, Minn. While in Two Harbors he soon became publisher of that county newspaper.

There, on the North Shore of Lake Superior he also contributed cartoons to daily newspapers, The Hibbing Daily News, and The Duluth News Tribune.

When he and his wife moved back to Fargo a few years later, he started as an editorial cartoonist for The Forum on a regular basis.

In the F-M area he also contributed editorial cartoons to West Fargo publications as well as the Grand Forks Herald and others.

Steve continues to draw cartoons for The Forum on a weekly basis and estimates he has published over 4,000 editorial cartoons since he began years ago.

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

InForum cartoonist Steve Stark laments the news that North Dakota has become more obese over the last decade.
Cartoonist Steve Stark celebrates the changing of seasons and the return of football.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark sends get well wishes Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
With controversy surrounding the Fargo School Board's decision to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, InForum cartoonist Steve Stark revisits the pledge's message.
InForum cartoonist Steve Stark wonders if shrinking bison will impact the North Dakota State football team.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark reacts news that Sanford patients are waiting up to a year for a colonoscopy appointment.
InForum cartoonist Steve Stark comments on the move to allow beer sales at North Dakota State Bison football games.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark comments on high gas prices.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark reacts to a recent story about West Fargo welcoming a new project as a part of the Urban Woods and Prairies Initiative.
In today's cartoon, Steve Stark responds to a recent story about upgrades needed to the visitor center at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.