Ryan Johnson is the Features Editor for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He previously wrote for The Forum and the Grand Forks Herald.
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MOORHEAD, Minn. — Northwest Minnesota has four new state district court judges, the office of Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday, April 3. Dayton appointed Amber B. Gustafson and Tammy L. Merkins as Seventh Judicial District judges who will be chambered in Moorhead. They'll fill in the Clay County judgeship vacancies caused by the retirements of Steven J. Cahill and Galen J. Vaa.
A paragraph in an employee handbook isn't much, but Lisa Edison-Smith said some employers may have become "complacent" into thinking that's enough to address sexual harassment. That could change with recent allegations leveled against everyone from entertainment personalities like Harvey Weinstein and Louis C.K. to U.S. Senate nominee from Alabama Roy Moore and Minnesota state Sen. Dan Schoen and Minnesota state Rep. Tony Cornish.
FARGO — All outward signs suggested Rodolfo Romo was ready to put behind him the recent failure of Magnolia's, a downtown Fargo restaurant he opened and quickly shuttered. In the past few weeks, the restaurateur best known for his three Romo's Tacos locations in Fargo renewed a liquor license and discussed his plans to find more workers to keep his businesses thriving. But Romo, 43, suddenly disappeared, and his restaurants are now closed after his family reported him missing.