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Marathon Runner Files for Bankruptcy

Dick Beardsley, a runner who recently sold his interest in the Fargo retail store named after him, has filed for bankruptcy relief. In the filing, he listed assets at over $72,000 and liabilities over $176,000. Beardsley and his wife owe the IRS $87,616 in taxes from 2006 to 2009. A statement has been made that they filed for bankruptcy in an effort to consolidate some of their IRS debt.         

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