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Sanford Sports Complex eases back into operations after nearly shutting down for COVID-19

“We really had to re-create ourselves.” Take a look at how the Sanford Sports Complex kept training athletes throughout the pandemic — and how it’s gradually bringing more back.

1 week ago

School’s out: Now what? Parents plan for different approach to summer

Parents wrapping up their dual role as teachers now face a new quandary: how to care for the kids and keep them safe this summer. From child care centers to camps, we checked in on what options are emerging.

2 weeks ago

Monthlong battle: Sanford employee details struggle with COVID-19

He’s usually the one helping tell other health care stories. Today, Sanford’s Paul Heinert shares his and his family’s five-week battle with COVID-19.

4 weeks ago

Three longtime partners to depart Eide Bailly

Some familiar names and faces at Eide Bailly LLP will be retiring May 1 after decades of service to their company and community.

1 month ago

Hotel operators try to tough it out as occupancy plummets

“Never in my wildest nightmares could I have dreamt up anything this drastic for our industry.” The hotel industry is reeling from unprecedented effects of COVID-19.

1 month ago

‘Work for Good’: Children’s Home Society takes new approach to workforce needs

Take on an in-demand job helping kids and you’ll get help paying off your student loans. It’s a new approach being taken by the new leader at Children’s Home Society.

2 months ago

Local venues adapt to life during the coronavirus crisis

Have a virtual animal encounter, tour a museum and do an art project: Venues that can’t allow admission are finding ways to offer an experience anyway.

2 months ago

Bored kids? Businesses create fun to go

Several businesses forced by COVID-19 social distancing guidelines to suspend typical offerings are coming up with alternative ways to help entertain cooped-up families.

2 months 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 months ago

Saying ‘I do’ despite COVID-19: Couples share shifts in plans

“I feel like if we don’t go through with it, we let the circumstances win.” They’re memorable weddings in a whole new way: How these couples are coping through COVID-19.

2 months ago

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