Forbes is a city in Dickey County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 53 at the 2010 census. Forbes was founded in 1905. The town was named after Mr. S. F. Forbes, a railroad agent and town merchant. Former Governor and US Senator John Hoeven spent time there at the Hoeven Ranch owned by his grandparents. Navy Rear Admiral Stuart Munsch's father taught school at the Forbes Public School. Senator Tim Flakoll (R), Senator Don Moore (R) and Rep. Jim Brokaw (D) all are, or continue to live in Forbes. The People's Store in Forbes is the source of the World-famous Forbes Sausage. On April 23, 2019 it earned "Town of The Week" from KVRR TV when it received 1,406 online votes. In 1924, its first year, the Forbes School District graduated seven students. Their last graduating class was in 1984 when nine students graduated. Thousands of people attended the Forbes Centennial in July 2005. Special guests included Governor John Hoeven and his father Jack as well as North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
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