Month: March 2019

Jodi’s Journal: Lessons from lost Amazon deal apply to downtown redevelopment

A national expert on what businesses and their workers are looking for in cities weighs in on Sioux Falls as downtown prepares for unprecedented development.

1 year ago

Puerto Vallarta closes Louise restaurant, looks for replacement site

Puerto Vallarta has closed its Louise Avenue restaurant, but owner Luis Gutierrez hopes to find another location.

1 year ago

Restaurants can earn Healthy Place distinction

The city of Sioux Falls is starting a new recognition program for restaurants designed for residents and visitors who want to make healthier choices when eating out.

1 year ago

Art printing business grows to full-time venture

When Allyson Bousema started Prints & Repeat four years ago, she wanted to help fill a void in the local art scene. Now, it has become her full-time job.

1 year ago

Denny Sanford honored by Research America

Philanthropist Denny Sanford was honored by Research America this month for his history of giving to science and research.

1 year ago

Giving Back for March

Giving Back recognizes businesses and organizations that are helping our communities. Here’s a look at who gave back in March.

1 year ago

East 10th Street pawn shop to close

National Pawn Co. is closing its store on East 10th Street.

1 year ago

‘Father of title insurance’ dies at 97

Ernest G. Carlsen, known as Ernie, the man who brought title insurance to South Dakota, died this week, one month shy of his 98th birthday.

1 year ago

March #ScenesFromTheRoute

Working with Novak Sanitary Service, we trained their crews to use their camera phones to share what they encounter as they collect trash and recycling. Here’s what they spotted in March.

1 year ago

Restaurant Roundup: New Sunday brunch buffet, new hours, bacon-wrapped pizza

Get the latest news from the local dining scene.

1 year ago

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