Month: September 2017

Pick a pumpkin, get lost in a corn maze

It’s time to celebrate fall by getting out of the city and picking pumpkins.

2 years ago

Independent pharmacy plans to treat customers like family

An independent pharmacy with a mission of offering “small-town” service opens Monday at 10th Street and Cliff Avenue.

2 years ago

Speaker to help raise disability employment awareness

An inspirational speaker from Canada will give the keynote address Oct. 12 at an event connected to National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

2 years ago

Cupcake, ice cream shop opens at Lake Lorraine

Cupcake-infused ice cream and milkshakes are just some of the temptations at Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery, which opens today.

2 years ago

Giving Back for September

Giving Back recognizes businesses and organizations that are helping our community.

2 years ago

Consignment furniture store to close

The Blessed Door is closing in October.

2 years ago

New business to launch magazine, design services

Sioux Falls marketing veteran Kimber Severson has started a business that includes a magazine and graphic and interior design services.

2 years ago

Mural gives downtown business a face-lift

Downtown Sioux Falls Inc. leader Joe Batcheller, Common Sense owner Monty Hagedorn and artist Shaine Schroeder came together to brighten a downtown area.

2 years ago

Zeal co-working space offers array of services

Take all the amenities you could want in a small office, add services especially designed for entrepreneurs, and cap it off with a price you won’t find anywhere else. If it sounds too good to be true, then you haven’t discovered the co-working space at Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship.

2 years ago

After successful farmers market run, vendor seeks new owner

John Raap’s business is having its best year yet. He and his wife, Georgia, just can’t keep up with it anymore.

2 years ago

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