Month: January 2018

Sweets and drinks go purple and gold

Several businesses and bars are taking their food and drinks purple and gold for the Minnesota Vikings’ big game Sunday.

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Tax reform explained: What your business needs to know

If you’re still figuring out what recent federal tax reform means to your business, you’re far from alone. Here are answers to commonly asked questions.

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Sky Zone to add features

Five years after opening in Sioux Falls, Sky Zone Trampoline Park is adding features.

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Restaurant Roundup: Not your mom’s grilled cheese

This week’s roundup has news from Cheese World, Remedy Brewing Co., Ben’s Brewing Co., WoodGrain Brewing Co., The Cookie Jar Eatery and Spezia.

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After another record year, airport honing strategy

More than 1 million passengers flew into or out of the airport last year. It’s a 6 percent increase, resulting in a seventh consecutive record year.

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Interning as international chocolatier helps college senior prepare for future

Dream internship? We think so. Step inside an international chocolate factory where this Augustana University gained valuable experience.

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Onesie Bar Crawl coming to downtown

Wear a onesie, support downtown bars and restaurants, and win prizes. That’s the idea behind this weekend’s Onesie Bar Crawl.

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New accounting practice features bilingual CPA

CPA Nejla Smith is building a new accounting practice in Sioux Falls and sees her Hispanic heritage as an asset.

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Potbelly franchisee of the year plans to open more stores

After starting with one Sioux Falls store, Paul Goldammer has become Potbelly’s fastest-growing franchisee and recently was named franchisee of the year.

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