John Hageman

BISMARCK — U.S. senators from Minnesota and North Dakota reached across the aisle and the Red River to introduce legislation addressing the rising cost of insulin Thursday, June 27.
BISMARCK — While Democratic members of Minnesota's congressional delegation expressed alarm over the potential for the U.S. slipping into war with Iran this week, Republicans in the Dakotas touted the Trump administration's tough policies and downplayed the possibility of conflict.
BISMARCK — Forum Communications Co. President and CEO Bill Marcil Jr. was elected to the board of the News Media Alliance, an industry advocacy group, the organization said Wednesday, May 1.
BISMARCK -- On the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, where the tribal chairman estimated the unemployment rate sits at 60 percent, $15 could buy a new tribal identification or help pay heating bills through a long North Dakota winter.
BISMARCK -- A Minnesota woman pleaded guilty to voting twice during the 2016 election in a Cass County (N.D.) court Tuesday, Sept. 25, marking a rare prosecution of such an offense in North Dakota.
BISMARCK -- President Donald Trump will be back in North Dakota next week to headline a "VIP reception and fundraiser" for Rep. Kevin Cramer's campaign, the Republican congressman said Wednesday, Aug. 29.
BISMARCK -- North Dakota Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer and Minnesota Democratic Rep. Collin Peterson will be among the House farm bill negotiators looking to smooth over differences with the Senate, leaders of their respective parties announced We...
FARGO - Calling Sen. Heidi Heitkamp a "liberal Democrat," President Donald Trump lent a hand to North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer's campaign in a rambunctious speech Wednesday, June 27, at Scheels Arena in Fargo.
BISMARCK -- The head of the organization representing Minnesota tribal gaming interests downplayed the potential benefits of sports betting this week, a month after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed states to legalize the operations.
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE -- A commander at this North Dakota air base was relieved of his duties after grenade rounds and a machine gun were lost, the base said Wednesday, May 23.