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One of my areas of subinterest is studying the attorney section of the Grand Forks yellow pages section of the phone book.  As a publication, the phone books days (as a paper publication) are numbered given the rise of the internet and smartphones.  However, if you look back, the yellow pages are a facinating reflection of our culture, values, and the growth (or decline) of an industry.  The attorney section in the yellow
On April 22, 2016 in the old Rehab Building on the campus of Altru Health System, Larry teamed up with RaeAnn Johnson, who is a North Dakota caseworker with Vulnerable Adult Protective Services, to give a presentation to social workers employed by Altru Health Systems in Grand Forks on vulnerable adults and guardianship law.  Larry focused his presentation on the court procedures necessary to obtain both a permanent and temporary adult guardianship in North Dakota.  Larry

Richard D. Farroh

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Born in 1953, Richard Farroh was raised in Williston, ND.  Richard was a man of many talents.  While in Williston, Richard worked as a contractor during the first oil boom in the early 1980's.  He learned to be a skilled builder and mechanic (In fact, he practically remodeled parts of my first home).  Like Kevin Spaeth, Richard also was a great guitar player and continued to perform with his band several times a year.  Richard also became a

Lyle H. Moe

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Born in 1953, Lyle H. Moe was raised on a farm near Edinburg, ND where Lyle, along with his brothers, become known as the "Moe boys" for their antics and hijinxs.  The survivor skills learned from that experience served him well when he joined the U.S. Marine Corp after high school.  After several years of seeing the world, Lyle attended Mayville State and then went on to UND Law School where

Kevin B. Spaeth

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Born in 1950 and raised in Massachusetts, Kevin was of Irish descent and had the red hair and stature to match.  Kevin graduated UND Law School.  In fact, a law school newspaper asked Kevin what his goal was in life was, to which Kevin replied "To be the most famous guy named Kevin", which is classic Kevin Spaeth humor.  Kevin along with John Thelen as well as a host of other attorneys who came in went over the years operated

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711 N. Washington St. #202
Grand Forks, N.D. 58203

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