Wagner Steve

Steve Wagner

Director of digital content development

As director of digital content development for Forum Communications, Wagner oversees digital training tools for newsrooms, audience engagement and niche content areas.

He has been a professional journalist for more than 25 years with various reporter and editor roles, including at FCC newspapers in Fargo, Bemidji and Grand Forks. Prior to his current position, Wagner was director for Forum News Service.

He is an avid outdoors enthusiast who enjoys endurance sports.

Reach Wagner via email at swagner@forumcomm.com.

Hermantown places five on Class A team, while Andover and Maple Grove each have four on Class AA team
Maple Grove, Andover make first title game appearances while Warroad, Hermantown look to add to championship legacies
The 2022 tournament will be March 9-12 as teams across Minnesota compete to etch their names in the history book.
Fargo Davies looks to become first North Dakota school to win both titles in the same year.
No. 1 seeds Warroad, Andover look to finish seasons on top, while Proctor/Hermantown and Minnetonka eye titles of their own.
Blue Jays have never won a state hockey championship, while Red River High School aims to continue dominance by Grand Forks' schools
The Eagles look to defend their title, while Blizzard aim to return to championship form and capture their 10th state championship.
More than 80 percent -- 21 of the 25 squad members -- wore a USHL jersey at some point in their careers. Fourteen other USHL alumni named to the Olympic squads for nine other countries.
Positions dedicated to following youth hockey and prospects -- including junior hockey, the USHL and rising stars with connections to Minnesota and the Dakotas -- are part of effort to expand The Rink Live's hockey coverage.
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True crime podcast Dakota Spotlight launches next week with Season 3
Watch the video trailer below for Season 3 of Dakota Spotlight, which will feature exclusive content on Forum Communications websites starting Aug. 11.