LISTEN: Quinton Hooker Says UND Tired, But Ready For NCAA Tourney

FARGO — University of North Dakota guard Quinton Hooker joined the “Mike McFeely Show” this morning to talk about the Fighting Hawks’ first-ever berth in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Listen here to the full interview:

Fargo’s Gander Mountain Will Remain Open As Company Files For Bankruptcy

Fargo’s Gander Mountain store is not among the 32 the company will close after filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy. A company spokesman says the following stores will be closed as the company restructures: Alabama (4) – Gadsden, Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa Georgia (3) – Augusta, McDonough, Snellville Illinois (3) – Champaign, Algonquin, Springfield Indiana (2) – Merrillville,…
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How Should We Feel About Working-Class White Voters Having ‘Trump Regret?’

Working on my Sunday column for The Forum. Topic is an internal struggle I’m having about reports of white, working-class voters showing some regret about voting for Donald Trump. With the release of the House Republicans’ health-care plan, there is much analysis to suggest those who voted very strongly for Trump and helped him into…
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From The Archives: Column On Chad Greenway Being Drafted By Vikings (4/30/06)

I was a still a full-time sports columnist for The Forum in 2006. I had no plans to file a column for the Sunday, April 30, edition of the newspaper since there was nothing locally going on. That is, until I got a call from from a newsroom editor who said the editor at the…
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Julie and Jeff Meyer outside their Stillwater Grille restaurant in Fort Myers, Fla.

‘Life Is An Adventure:’ Pelican Rapids Newspaper Owners Become Fort Myers Restaurateurs

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Jeff and Julie Meyer, lifelong Minnesotans, were tired of dealing with winter and in a position to move to Florida and still run the multiple weekly newspapers in which they are partners. So four years ago they bought a home on a canal in Cape Coral and, with their youngest son,…
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