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Robin Huebner

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Fargo, ND, United States

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Recent:
  • inforum
  • Grand Forks Herald
  • The Dickinson Press
Past:
  • West Central Tribune
  • jamestownsun
  • Brainerd Dispatch
  • Duluth News Tribune
  • Agweek
  • WDAY TV News
  • WDAZ News

Recent articles by Robin:

After life-changing heart transplant, young Fargo man now fights paralysis complication

Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward. → Read More

Moorhead family grows by 5 through foster care and adoption

Travis and Becky Linn had four biological children, then welcomed five full siblings to their home through foster care and adoption. → Read More

Creator of Germans from Russia collection and one of NDSU's longest-serving employees to retire

Michael Miller has spent more than 55 years at NDSU and leads the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection. → Read More

Steve Swiontek's return to the North Dakota Legislature sets a new record

Steve Swiontek, chair of Gate City Bank in Fargo, will again serve as a North Dakota lawmaker after being away since 1984. → Read More

NDSU grad part of NASA's Artemis I mission to get back to the moon

Austin Decker leads a team that calculates loads on the SLS rocket that is scheduled to launch the Orion spacecraft from Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday, Nov. 16. → Read More

These North Dakota women risked their lives during WWII, but didn't get military benefits

As many as a dozen women with ties to North Dakota have been identified as having served as Women's Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs. → Read More

UPDATE: I-94 closed between Dickinson and Jamestown; parts of US Highways 52, 83 also shut down

All Fargo public library locations are also closing at 5 p.m. Thursday due to the winter storm. → Read More

Andrew Sadek's mother calls deputy's defeat in sheriff race 'a victory' for her family

Tammy Sadek's son Andrew died in 2014 after Deputy Jason Weber convinced him to work as a drug informant. → Read More

North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley cruises to win over Grand Forks attorney

Drew Wrigley was appointed to the job following the death of longtime Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in January. → Read More

Fargo man stays grounded in North Dakota as lead conservationist at National Audubon Society

As the new Chief Conservation Officer for the National Audubon Society, Marshall Johnson is tasked with addressing unprecedented climate change and biodiversity crises that birds are facing. → Read More

Fargo man stays grounded in North Dakota while 2nd in command at National Audubon Society

As the new Chief Conservation Officer for the National Audubon Society, Marshall Johnson is tasked with addressing unprecedented climate change and biodiversity crises that birds are facing. → Read More

Why do crashes still kill young men in North Dakota at an inordinate rate?

Of the 91 motor vehicle fatalities thus far in 2022 in North Dakota, 75 were males, according to the state transportation department's Vision Zero program. → Read More

110,000 North Dakotans could vote before Tuesday's Election Day

Brian Newby, North Dakota elections coordinator, predicts around 40% of voters in the state will cast ballots prior to Tuesday, Nov. 8. → Read More

Fargo doctor from Ghana advocates for global view of health

Dr. Bertha Serwa Ayi, an infectious disease specialist at Essentia Health in Fargo, was recently honored for helping improve access to healthcare in her native Ghana. → Read More

A look inside the new St. Paul's Newman Center, a space for NDSU students

The newly constructed St. Paul's Newman Center opened this fall in time for a new school year, but its centerpiece will have to wait another year before completion. → Read More

Fargo radio hosts file ethics complaints against lawmaker linked to building with $1.7 million cost overrun

Talk show hosts Joel Heitkamp and Tyler Axness claim Rep. Jason Dockter engaged in unethical behavior relating to a building to be housed by North Dakota Attorney General offices. → Read More

Concordia, other Minnesota schools guarantee admission to community college transfers

Moorhead's Concordia College is among 12 institutions that partnered with the Minnesota Private Colleges organization to ease the process for community college students looking to transfer to a four-year school. → Read More

Conservative commentator Candace Owens draws support and protest during NDSU appearance

Close to 1,000 people, including many college students, attended the Candace Owens speech, which was met by a small group of protesters. → Read More

Labor shortages require creativity, follow-through for attracting employees

FARGO — It’s often said that strength and flexibility aren’t compatible, but a north Fargo company has worked to find just the right balance between the two in a tight labor market. → Read More

Young allergy advocate works to make Halloween fun for everyone

Payten Bosek-Andvik, 12, is on a mission to educate people about allergies and persuade them to hand out treats other than candy or food on Halloween. → Read More