Tran is an enterprise reporter with the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began his newspaper career in 1999 as a reporter for the Grand Forks Herald, now owned by Forum Communications. He began working for the Forum in September 2014. Tran grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington.
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FARGO – A committee probing police morale said Thursday morning that employees panel members interviewed reported discipline that favored some employees over others and the feeling that their supervisors did...
Robert “Jack” Seaman, the Libertarian candidate for U.S. House in North Dakota, has trailed in every poll this election season, but he remains defiantly optimistic. “I think I could win, I really do,” he said Tuesday, a week before Election Day.
Battling Democratic accusations that he tried to derail the farm bill last year, Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., is getting help from his House Agriculture Committee chairman. In a conference call with reporters Monday, Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., contended that what might have appeared as the deliberate unraveling of a five-decade compromise between rural and urban interests was really a last-ditch effort to save the bill. “Let me simply say this, the way the process came together, the challenges that Kevin and I faced in getting the final bill together were not of our making,” he said.
FARGO – George B. Sinner said he blames the gridlock in Washington on extremists in both the major parties and he wants to replace one of those extremists. The Fargo...
Surrounded by fellow area Republicans and city officials, a legislative leader from Fargo promised Wednesday to seek $275 million in next year’s legislative session for flood protection in the city and drought protection for the Red River Valley. Of the total, $125 million would help the city accelerate an ongoing project to build dikes along the Red River and waterways going through the city, Rep. Al Carlson, R-Fargo, said at a news conference. That saves the city about 45 percent of the project’s total cost and, for the owners of some 2,300 homes and other buildings, the cost of several years of high flood-insurance rates, according to Deputy Mayor Tim Mahoney and City Engineer April Walker.
FARGO – George B. Sinner, North Dakota’s Democratic candidate for U.S. House, hopes to outlaw dishonest political ads. Tuesday, he said if he is elected Nov. 4 to the state’s...
For same-sex marriage to become legal in North Dakota, it may have to be done in the courts because many voters here have no appetite for it, according to a recent Forum Communications Co. poll.
Though a recent poll shows Republican Kevin Cramer with an overwhelming lead in the U.S. House race, the incumbent congressman said he won’t be complacent. The poll conducted by the University of North Dakota College of Business and Public Administration in partnership with Forum Communications Co. shows Cramer was 19 percentage points ahead of his Democratic rival, George Sinner. In response to an email requesting comment on the poll, the Sinner campaign noted the 2012 Berg-Heitkamp poll.
FARGO – Republican U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer has an overwhelming lead over Democrat George B. Sinner, his closest rival for North Dakota’s sole U.S. House seat, in a new Forum...
A motion that was approved to lower the ring dike being built in the Oxbow, N.D., area in response to pressure from Minnesota state officials was made Thursday by the only Minnesotans on the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Authority.