Here’s one political issue everyone agrees on and it’s benefiting South Dakota

In a country seemingly divided on everything, even face coverings during COVID-19, there is one unifying issue no matter which U.S. presidential candidate wins in November: broadband expansion.

3 weeks ago

October #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 October.

4 weeks ago

Remember the Holidome? S.D. hotels featured in nostalgic look back

Throwback Friday, anyone? Thought you’d enjoy this national story with a nod to the Sioux Falls “Holidome” of old.

4 weeks ago

Familiar face to share insight on his peers, Gen Z

He’s a member of Gen Z who also works closely with its young members and has a compelling personal story. Hear from him at this week’s WIN in Workforce Summit.

1 month ago

Good Samaritan evacuates residents ahead of massive wildfire

The largest wildfires in Colorado history forced one of Sanford’s Good Samaritan Society locations to do a fast evacuation this week.

1 month ago

Bridging the Gap Fund receives ‘game-changing gift’

An effort to inspire, build and develop diverse leaders has received a big boost from First Bank & Trust.

1 month ago

Unlikely child care center owners find their calling as new locations fill fast

“We purchased the business and began to run feet first into owning two brand-new centers in just two months.” These new child care providers are becoming an instant hit with parents and kids.

1 month ago

Five tips for working from home with kids

Are your parental and professional responsibilities colliding under the same roof? These work-from-home parents have some advice.

1 month ago

Tom Kelley, longtime CEO of Gage Brothers, dies at 62

Tom Kelley was a builder. He built buildings, teams, relationships and community. He died Oct. 15 at age 62.

1 month ago

Architecture firm moving into former Rehfeld’s space

The former Rehfeld’s Art & Framing space on Phillips Avenue will be filled by a longtime architecture firm.

1 month ago

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