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Tech Mahindra to add 100 jobs in Fargo; tech support company grew faster than expected

FARGO – Tech Mahindra, an India-based information technology company with 170 employees in Fargo, plans to add 100 more jobs in the next 12 months, a company spokesman announced Friday.

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What would it take?: Logistics, demographics key factors in national chains deciding where to open

It’s a common refrain from area shoppers and diners: “Why can’t we get that here?”

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A new lake place: Ella Marie’s Café and Collectibles now open on Lake Ida

Lake Park, Minn. -- Claudia Hanson named her new business after her two grandmothers in a nod to the old-fashioned twist she wants the coffee shop to have.

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What is that ... happening at the old Smoky's restaurant?

West Fargo -- Reader Peggy wanted to know who is rehabbing the old Smoky’s restaurant, later home to Pistol Pete’s, on West Main Avenue.

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Financial Wellness: Identifying our needs vs. wants

After a slow start finding his words, my toddler son has started talking like a mini grown-up, seemingly overnight.

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What is that … construction site along I-94?

FARGO – Recently, two Forum employees quizzed me as to what is being built off Interstate 94, just east of Rasmussen College.

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Financial Wellness: Dealing with debt

Much like physical health, if you want to achieve financial wellness, you need to remove the toxins from your life.

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Bitcoin believers: Local businesses starting to accept digital currency

WEST FARGO – You can now go bowling here for a bit of bitcoin.

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A little less Snap: Local fitness franchisees closing, selling clubs

FARGO -- Two local Snap Fitness franchisees are ending their run in the community.

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Financial Wellness: Don’t let #yolo ruin your financial future

The young professionals downing drinks and nibbling small plates at Fargo’s fine dining establishments always have confounded me.

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Richards: Mothers too often go on an unnecessary guilt trip

When women begin the journey into motherhood, we inevitably book a concurrent voyage: the guilt trip.

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Parenting: Mom’s on a mission for baby bargains

My mom taught me to be frugal by clipping coupons and shopping at the Nearly Nu thrift store. I once watched her successfully bargain with a department store clerk to get the previous week’s sale price on a pair of shoes.

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Parenting Perspectives: Pastime not as relaxing with tot

Last summer, my husband and I introduced our daughter to our, and America’s, favorite pastime.

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Parenting Perspectives: With motherhood come some tough decisions

Anyone who meets my daughter inevitably comments on her big brown eyes. They are her most striking feature, rimmed with lashes so long she could star in a mascara commercial.

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Mom wonders where her baby went

Parents inevitably adopt a catchphrase, something they say over and over, like “When I was your age …,” “How many times have I told you …” or the ever popular “Don’t make me come back there.”

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Daddy’s little girl becomes Mommy’s

For months, my daughter was a daddy’s girl. And I was insanely jealous.

Her not-made-in-China list appears to be rather short

It started when my mom, a grandmother of three younger than 3, declared she was never again going to buy a toy made in China.