Ryan Johnson has been a Forum reporter since 2012 and previously wrote for the Grand Forks Herald.
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FARGO—A paragraph in an employee handbook isn't much, but Lisa Edison-Smith said some employers may have become "complacent" into thinking that's enough to address sexual harassment. That could change with recent allegations leveled against everyone from entertainment personalities like Harvey Weinstein and Louis C.K. to U.S. Senate nominee from Alabama Roy Moore and Minnesota state Sen. Dan Schoen and Minnesota state Rep. Tony Cornish.
FARGO—A new analysis is shedding some light on the growing economic impact of immigrants who live and work in North Dakota and Minnesota as questions of immigration policy, especially for refugees, continue to split opinions locally and nationally. Newly compiled data released Tuesday, Feb. 21, morning by national organization New American Economy crunched the number of foreign-born residents in each of the country's 435 congressional districts and added up their purchasing power, paid taxes and more.
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At least 10 concerts are on tap for the Bluestem Center for the Arts that will bring the likes of Bret Michaels, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Wilco and Brandi Carlile to town. During a press conference Wednesday, April 6, Trollwood Performing Arts School and Jade Presents unveiled the 2016 Bluestem Summer Concert Series lineup. The series is presented by Dakota Magic Casino, The Forum and several other sponsors. The concert series bookends Trollwood’s mainstage musical. This year, “The Little Mermaid” will be staged July 14-16, 20-23 and 26-30.
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