Month: August 2017

Avera offers updated look at Louise Avenue campus

Avera breaks ground Tuesday on its Avera on Louise campus, which from the looks of its new renderings will be an eye-catching medical office designed to feel welcoming to people who will go there for a wide range of services.

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Here’s a peek at Sioux Falls in the year 2040

Sioux Falls in the year 2040 could have up to 100,000 more residents and look dramatically different in how people live, work and shop, according to the city’s director of planning.

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Prairie Hills home features expansive pool, sport court, theater room

Inside and out, this home on a cul-de-sac at 6105 S. Landau Circle is filled with features that offer luxury living in a comfortable, private setting.

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Pancheros opens second location this week

Pancheros Mexican Grill opens its second Sioux Falls location Aug 22.

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New tool estimates how much your business could lose in cyberattack — and how you can protect yourself

Often, businesses victimized in cyberspace don’t immediately realize they have been attacked. That unfortunate reality becomes evident later when it’s too late to do much about the situation. This new service can help.

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From more productive meetings to improved team performance, these tips can help

Developing high-performing teams is harder than it sounds. But in today’s fast-changing business world, strong teams are needed more than ever. Fortunately, there are building blocks, tools and skills that will help.

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MetaBank develops veterans group to recruit, retain talent

MetaVet, a new group at MetaBank, has found innovative ways to recruit and retain military veterans.

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Sanford, Beacoms donate $30M to DSU

Denny Sanford along with Miles and Lisa Beacom have donated $30 million to Dakota State University to make the school the nation’s leading institution in cyber security education.

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Jodi’s Journal: Final lessons from a legendary professor

The late Dr. Chen Ho Chen was a brilliant scientist at SDSU who made major contributions in the field of plant biotechnology, but he also left a legacy with those he mentored and taught.

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Bank president shoots valuable hole in one at The Country Club

First Dakota National Bank’s Pro Am Jam is known for its big-name concerts and and large golf tournament. But the bank’s Sioux Falls president, Mike Ness, likely will remember this year’s event for a different reason.

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