Month: April 2018

CEOs report feeling less bullish on Sioux Falls economy

They aren’t sounding any alarms, but CEOs’ perception of the Sioux Falls business climate is showing a drop.

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Parlour Ice Cream House sets opening day

Here’s a sign that spring must be getting closer: Downtown’s newest ice cream shop is weeks away from opening.

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CTE Academy helps address workforce needs

In his role as principal of the Career and Technical Education Academy, Josh Hall is on the leading edge of efforts to equip students with skills needed by employers.

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Jodi’s Journal: Setting expectations for new city leadership

Here’s an inside look at what you should expect from the next leader of Sioux Falls.

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Owner’s death forces Log Cabin to close; friend hopes to reopen it

The Log Cabin has been closed since the owner died last month, but a friend is trying to save the neighborhood bar.

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Three-course meal featured at Minervas for Restaurant Week

You’ll discover three courses of outstanding flavors by dining at Minervas for Downtown Restaurant Week.

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Younkers statement: ‘We hope jobs will be preserved’

Younkers is hoping a court-supervised sale will save its Empire Mall location.

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41st Street strip mall getting fresh look

A significant renovation will start soon at the Gilrich Mall I, a more than 30-year-old strip mall on 41st Street east of Grange Avenue.

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Want to say thanks at work? Doughnuts never fail

Show up to work or your clients’ office with a box of doughnuts, and you’ll likely never be turned away.

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Restaurant Roundup: Swamp Daddy’s sells food truck; Dakota Snow adds treats

Food truck season is almost here. We’ve got news from Swamp Daddy’s and Dakota Snow, and other developments in the dining scene.

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