After four years of covering news for the Grand Forks Herald and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Ryan Johnson has been a features reporter for The Forum's Variety section since 2013. His prior beats included politics, business, city government and higher education. Johnson is a 2008 alumnus of the University of North Dakota.
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FARGO – It’s only 19 words. But the 19 words in North Dakota’s “right to life” Measure 1 could have a far-reaching impact on a range of health issues, including...
FARGO – There’s a lot more to Halloween than meets the eye – and that’s true for more than just who’s hiding under the kooky costumes. The holiday also offers...
A new poll showing a “right to life” constitutional amendment is likely to be approved by voters next month is “encouraging news,” the chairwoman of a group pushing for its passage said Thursday. But Karla Rose Hanson, spokeswoman for North Dakotans Against Measure 1, said those poll results – which found 50 percent of respondents planned to vote “yes,” 33 percent “no” and 17 percent were undecided – “won’t stay that way for long” as the amendment is discussed more before the election.
A ballot measure amending the North Dakota Constitution to recognize “the inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development” is likely to pass next month, according to new poll results.
One of the Fargo infertility doctors who spoke out against a state ballot measure is drawing criticism for an online post comparing North Dakota legislators to the Taliban.
North Dakota’s only clinic offering in vitro fertilization will have to stop the infertility treatment if voters approve an amendment next month.
When everything is digital, is there still a place in today’s world for the old-fashioned postcard? The answer is yes, thanks to a nifty smartphone app that lets iPhone and...
FARGO, N.D. – When that block of cheese or head of lettuce starts to get soggy or moldy, it’s obviously time to toss it. But it’s not so easy to...
JAMESTOWN, N.D. Beth Doyle-Lautt has gotten used to the clutter in her house. A basement room is filled with boxes and totes, tools and extra furniture. The shed her husband,...
Multitasking might be the strategy many of us have used for years to keep up with fast-paced jobs, a growing list of daily responsibilities or even juggling time with the kids. But Dawn Kaiser has some tough love for the wannabe multitaskers: Just because we have worked on several tasks at once doesn’t mean we should.