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South Dakota has regained 95 percent of the workers lost in April because of the pandemic, according to an overview from the Labor Department.
The prospect of a holiday haul showing up at your door is tantalizing — especially if all your friends are doing it. But beware: The “Secret Sister” gift exchange making the rounds on social media is a scam.
The rapidly developing COVID-19 pandemic is having a broad impact on Sioux Falls-area businesses and events. This page will be updated frequently, so check back often for the latest developments.
From additional cleaning to encourage carry-out and delivery orders, local and national restaurants are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic while attempting to carry on their businesses. This page will be updated frequently as news changes, so check back often.
Sanford Health and tournament officials with the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic have made the decision not to allow fans at the men’s and women’s tournaments scheduled for Nov. 25-30.