Month: April 2018

Fueled by Amazon, eBay success, distributor experiences rapid growth

Thanks to selling on eBay and Amazon, this business outgrew the family garage and has created 100 jobs and counting.

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Zeal Growth Accelerator led to tremendous growth for this business. Yours could be next

The accelerator program at the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship couldn’t have come at a better time for Trisha Dohn and her business, Well365. Apply now for this year’s program.

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Beresford recognized for economic development

Beresford was named Community of the Year, and Beresford Mayor Jim Fedderson received the Excellence in Economic Development Award from Gov. Dennis Daugaard.

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Sanford to detail research, philanthropy at international conference

A delegation from Sanford Health returns to Rome this month, two years after first presenting at the international conference presented by The Cura Foundation.

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Sioux Falls author writes children’s book about working moms

A Sioux Falls author is publishing her first book, a children’s story called “My Favorite Job is You”, written from the perspective of a working mother.

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Augustana’s $1 million endowment includes extraordinary story

Augustana University’s newly announced $1 million gift from the David B. Jones Foundation is an extraordinary donation with an equally powerful story behind it.

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Governor’s Giant Vision winners announced

A business that deals in the Internet of Things has won the $20,000 first-place prize in the Governor’s Giant Vision Business Entrepreneurial Competition.

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‘Beloved face’ of Taco John’s dies

Verna Miller, who worked at Taco John’s on South Minnesota Avenue until she was 94, died Wednesday.

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Win Chill to start major project expansion

The first phase is still about six weeks from opening, but Win Chill already is planning for more warehouse space at Foundation Park.

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Restaurant Roundup: 1993 prices, oyster bar, ‘pupcakes’

Downtown restaurants are celebrating old menus, Carpenter’s oyster bar is a weekly event now, Tea has another dining option and another bakery has added cupcakes for dogs.

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