- Associated Press - Monday, January 27, 2014

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - In a story Jan. 25 about North Dakota state Sen. Tony Grindberg saying he won’t seek re-election, The Associated Press, based on information from radio station KFGO, reported erroneously that he is the longest-serving member of the Legislature from Fargo and has served for 22 years. Grindberg has served in the Legislature for 21 years, and state Sen. Tim Mathern is the longest-serving member from Fargo, at 27 years.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Longtime Fargo lawmaker won’t seek another term

Longtime Fargo state senator won’t seek another term; Grindberg has served for 21 years

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A longtime member of the North Dakota Legislature from the state’s largest city has decided not to seek another term.

KFGO radio reports that Fargo Sen. Tony Grindberg will not seek re-election. The Republican has represented District 41 in south Fargo for 21 years.

Grindberg says he’s accomplished many of the goals he set when he was first elected, including new higher education opportunities and an improved business climate.

Grindberg works for a company that specializes in aviation technology.

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