Wendy reports for The Forum and West Fargo Pioneer, where she is also assistant editor. A University of Minnesota Morris graduate from North Dakota, Wendy started her career in television news and entertainment in Minnesota and at CBS in Television City, Calif. before working at newspapers in Minnesota and North Dakota.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Voters were asked to decide if a recent appointee or an attorney should be placed on seat six of the Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday, Nov. 8. As of late Tuesday, with 2,729 of 4,120 precincts reporting, Justice Natalie Hudson was leading with 60 percent of the vote over attorney Michelle L. MacDonald. Hudson, who was appointed in 2015 by Gov. Mark Dayton to finish out Justice Alan Page's term. Page retired after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70.