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Forum staff reports , Published August 09 2013

Business digest - 08/10/13

Utah accounting firm to join Eide Bailly

The Hansen, Barnett and Maxwell accounting firm in Salt Lake City will join Eide Bailly on Sept. 1, continuing Eide Bailly’s growth in Utah.

Two other Utah firms have also joined Eide Bailly in the past year: Ogden-based Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co.; and Lake, Hill & Myers of Salt Lake City.

Kevin Andersen will serve as the partner-in-charge of Eide Bailly’s Utah offices.

The firm operates offices in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota and Utah.

Urology services expand at Wahpeton clinic

Dr. Farhan Khan, a urologist, is seeing patients at Essentia Health’s clinic in Wahpeton, N.D.

He also has an active practice at Essentia Health in Fargo.

Khan earned a medical degree from the J.J.M. Medical College in Davangere, India. He served residencies in general surgery and urology at the University of California-Irvine Medical Center.

Stoneridge Software opens Barnesville office

Stoneridge Software has opened an office at 114 Front St. S., Barnesville, Minn. A grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled at the new office at 4 p.m. Monday, followed by an open house from 4:30 to 6:30.

Based in the Fargo-Moorhead area, Stoneridge Software sells, implements and services Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM products for mid to large businesses.

Catalyst center installs Little Free Library

Catalyst Medical Center and Clinical Spa, 1800 21st Ave. S., Fargo, has installed a Little Free Library near the center’s east driveway.

The small red structure was purchased from the Little Free Libraries organization, which was founded to promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide.

The public is able to donate and take books from the library.

For more information about the organization, visit www.littlefreelibrary.org.

OfficeMax supports Fargo area teachers

To help ease the burden on teachers who spend their own money on classroom supplies each year, OfficeMax is hosting Teacher Appreciation Days through Monday.

Local OfficeMax stores are at 4360 13th Ave. S., Fargo, and at 1411 Center Ave. W., Dilworth.

During the event, teachers will receive a free tote bag, 25 percent off everything that fits inside the tote bag, a booklet of teacher-specific coupons and $10 in MaxPerks Rewards for every $75 spent on qualifying purchases up to $100 each year.

Customers can also help teachers by donating to “A Day Made Better,” an in-store supply drive that will be donated to local schools and teachers in need.

Alzheimer’s Association moves to new location

The Alzheimer’s Association Minnesota-North Dakota Chapter is hosting an open house from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at its new location at 2631 12th Ave. S., Suite C., Fargo.

Light refreshments will be served and those attending can learn about Alzheimer Association programs and services and also register to win a North Dakota State University Sports Pack.