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POET to idle three plants, including Chancellor

Sioux Falls-based POET will be temporarily idling three of its ethanol plants, including the one in Chancellor.

21 hours ago

Tech company adding jobs to support health care clients

Experity, a company that includes the former DocuTap, is hiring additional employees to support its clients in the urgent care field.

22 hours ago

Experience Sioux Falls shares ‘Message of Hope’

Experience Sioux Falls has released an uplifting video to remind us of the many elements that make Sioux Falls like no other place.

2 days ago

How is COVID-19 affecting your life? We want to know

How has life changed for you since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold? Take our new survey, and let us know.

2 days ago

Sioux Falls VA Medical Center prepares for influx of COVID-19 patients

Hallways are emptier, staff members are cross-training and preparations are being made to add beds at the Sioux Falls VA Medical Center, where veterans with COVID-19 are expected to need care.

2 days ago

Mayoral proclamation urges residents to stay at home, limit shopping

Mayor Paul TenHaken has issued an executive proclamation calling on Sioux Falls residents to stay at home and limit their visits to grocery and other retail stores.

2 days ago

Sioux Falls CEOs: Business conditions, expectations plummet

After starting 2020 with an outlook trending up, Sioux Falls CEOs are reporting a dramatic drop in their business conditions and expectations for the months ahead.

2 days ago

Inside the new (home) office, remote workers find ways to keep working

From laundry rooms to garages, the home office now takes many forms. Here’s a look at how Sioux Falls-area workers are making it work.

2 days ago

Keep employees engaged during social distancing with these best practices

The Sioux Falls Development Foundation will hold its quarterly Workforce Recruitment Council virtually this week with guests who will share best practices on keeping your workforce engaged during COVID-19.

2 days ago

Mayor: ‘More aggressive orders’ will be coming as peak gets closer

Sioux Falls likely will see a peak in COVID-19 cases sooner than the rest of the state, Mayor Paul TenHaken said Sunday.

3 days ago

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