Life in shambles? Want to start over? Go to Fargo

Opportunities to find new jobs and new mates apparently abound in Fargo, which Sperling's BestPlaces recently named the second best place in the country to go if you want to change everything about your life.
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Opportunities to find new jobs and new mates apparently abound in Fargo, which Sperling's BestPlaces recently named the second best place in the country to go if you want to change everything about your life.

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