Kaity Young

News editor

Kaity Young is a news editor at The Forum. She started at Forum Communications as a copy editor in 2018 and moved over to The Forum the following year.

She is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College, earned her Master of Arts at the University of Minnesota Duluth and is a native of Dent, Minnesota.

Young joined the company in 2018 and enjoys correcting grammar with Midwestern flair. She lives in Fargo with her fiance, two cats and a tortoise.

You can reach her at

Pronouns: She/her
Languages: English

North Dakota will lead the application process for the Heartland Hydrogen Hub that includes Minnesota, Montana and Wisconsin.
Minnesota residents have until Dec. 15 to enroll in Minnesota's health insurance marketplace.
CLAREMONT, Minn. -- An 8-year-old girl was killed Friday, Sept. 7, in southeastern Minnesota when the car she was traveling in was rear-ended by an SUV. Her mother and brother were taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
BRANDON, Minn. - A 23-month-old girl was run over by a driver maneuvering into a parking stall at Chippewa Park near Brandon, Minn., Saturday afternoon, Aug. 25, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office reported.
AVON, Minn. -- A crash involving a Minnesota Department of Transportation plow left a 29-year-old woman injured Saturday morning, March 31.A 2004 STLG Plow Truck driven by Mark Nienaber, 41, of Swanville, Minn. was westbound on I-94 near Avon, Minn.
LONG VALLEY, S.D. -- A two-vehicle crash in southwest South Dakota Friday morning, March 31, left one man dead and his 9-year-old passenger injured. A 1996 Kenworth T600 semi truck and trailer was southbound on S.D. Highway 73 near Long Valley an...
AITKIN, Min.. -- A Merrifield, Minn., man was killed Thursday, March 1, in a crash in Aitkin County involving two semis. Terry Lee Page, 60, was traveling south on U.S. 169 in Waukenabo Township in a Kenworth truck hauling a box trailer. As he re...
ST JAMES, Minn. -- Three officers who discharged their weapons during an officer involved shooting on Wednesday, Jan. 31, have been placed on administrative leave, according to a press release from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA).