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Haga to return to Herald

Longtime Herald reporter and columnist Chuck Haga is coming back to the Herald this fall after two decades reporting for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis.

Longtime Herald reporter and columnist Chuck Haga is coming back to the Herald this fall after two decades reporting for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis.

Haga, a Valley City, N.D., native, attended UND in the 1960s with Herald Publisher and Editor Mike Jacobs, who announced Monday to Herald employees that Haga would return Oct. 1. That would be about 20 years and 30 days after he left the Herald to write for the Star Tribune.

Haga's role in the Herald newsroom has not yet been announced.

According to news reports, Haga was one of about 40 Star Tribune newsroom employees who took buyouts offered by the newspaper's new owner, Avista, which in a cost-cutting move sought to reduce the number of employees.

Haga worked at the Herald from 1972-76 and again from 1980-87. Haga also served as city editor during the early 1980s.

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