Angie Wieck

A little about me: I grew up on a small farm near Marion, North Dakota. I didn't venture too far away from home for college, earning degrees in business administration and English from the University of Jamestown. After a stint in accounting, I realized bean counting was not for me.

I joined The Forum as the assistant to the editor in 2004. While I continue to assist the editor on a number of projects today, my role has evolved quite a bit over the years. In 2008, I started writing about business part time in addition to my other duties. As a self-identified introvert, I was pleasantly surprised how much I loved meeting new people and sharing their stories. I was named business editor in 2017.

A few personal facts about me: I LOVE music from The Avett Brothers, Jason Isbell, The Highwomen and other folk artists. I dabble in mosaic art in my spare time. I'm a terrible cook, but an OK baker. I've been a proud resident of north Moorhead since 2017.

And for your oddball fact: I've never seen the movie "Titanic." No regrets.

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Twitter: @angiewieck

Current estimates show that less than 2% of all planned flight departures from within North Dakota were cancelled in June, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission.
The No. 1 issue for local companies is the shortage of a sandblast stencil. 3M, a main supplier of the thick, rubber stencil with Mylar backing, announced in October it was halting production due to increased material costs and a desire to focus efforts elsewhere.
"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues his look at the state's record-setting sluggers and pitchers with the story of Jerry Adair, Hugh Alexander, Gene Alley, Larry Bettencourt, Horace Clarke, Chris Coste, Dizzy Dean and Darin Erstad.
The Bismarck-based business is the only company headquartered in North Dakota to make the list.
"Just the whole experience itself made me realize in life we're all going to struggle. We're all going to have change. We're all going to be faced with adversity, but it truly is how we move forward and how we continue that matters," Hoffman said.
Shaw criticizes the North Dakota Legislature for defeating the paid family leave bill.
North Dakota Commerce Commissioner James Leiman says anyone "up and down the supply chain is going to experience challenges as a result of what happens in the Suez."
Maartje Murphy sells gelato made at her family farm at events such as weddings, graduations and farmers' markets. Her small-town business ultimately earned her a coveted spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
The lack of leadership from North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is appalling. His approach is an enormous failure, and needs to be changed. The state needs a mask mandate with teeth and compulsory restrictions on crowd sizes. Burgum preaches “personal responsibility.” The trouble is, many North Dakotans are irresponsible.
Throughout American history, our presidents have demonstrated very human flaws. However, whether they were Democrats or Republicans, there were certain lines they didn’t cross. We desperately need to get back to that.