Month: November 2017

Handmade collars attracting canine customers

Branden and Melissa Glaser got the idea for the business because of their dog, a wire-haired pointing griffon named Griffie.

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You received a subpoena. What now?

Service of a subpoena can be a frustrating event for a business, as most are unfamiliar with the process and subpoenas often request sensitive information. Here’s what you need to know.

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Quail Honey enters third generation with big product mix

A family business entering its third generation has expanded its core product — honey — to offer a wide variety of gift items.

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From Chicago to Sioux Falls, opportunity lures college grad back

Jon Scarbrough was working in Chicago and could have gone to California, but instead returned to Sioux Falls where he went to college. Here’s what’s keeping him here.

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November #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 November.

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The Willows adds winter features, lunch specials

The Willows restaurant at Willow Run Golf Course has added some new winter features and a lunch menu with many value-priced options.

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Noodle restaurant closes on Minnesota Avenue

Z’Mariks Noodle Cafe has closed its Sioux Falls location.

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Yarn maker blends art, science in new business

A trip to Scotland followed by some at-home experimentation led to South Dakota Yarn Co., one of the only businesses selling naturally dyed yarn in the state.

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Minnesota bank buys land in Brandon for future branch

Exchange State Bank owns the land just north of Risen Savior Catholic Church along Highway 11 but likely won’t build there until 2019, said Tim Plimpton, bank president.

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3-D printing will be on display at 605 Made Holiday Market

Here’s a holiday gift you’ll be hard-pressed to find in any store: Christmas creations designed and printed with a 3-D printer.

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