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Forum News Service hires Capitol reporter

John Hageman, a reporter with the Grand Forks Herald, has been hired to cover North Dakota state government, including the Legislature, for Forum News Service. In his role, Hageman will be the primary legislative reporter and work out of the Nort...

 

John Hageman, a reporter with the Grand Forks Herald, has been hired to cover North Dakota state government, including the Legislature, for Forum News Service.

In his role, Hageman will be the primary legislative reporter and work out of the North Dakota Capitol in Bismarck for Forum News Service, which is a content provider for Forum Communications Co. newspapers and several media partners.

Hageman, a University of Minnesota graduate, joined the company as a reporter for the Bemidji (Minn.) Pioneer in August 2012. He joined the Herald as a business and political reporter in September 2013.  

Hageman has won numerous awards for his reporting, including top honors  from the North Dakota Newspaper Association for government reporting, reporting series and public notice journalism in 2015.

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