Month: July 2018

Inside an apartment at Grand Living’s Luminations

July 30, 2018

This paid piece is sponsored by Grand Living at Lake Lorraine.

No detail has been spared in the apartments for residents living at Grand Living’s Luminations memory care neighborhoods. Take a look at how these spaces have been customized especially for their needs.

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Sioux Falls natives bringing murals to malls nationwide

Sioux Falls natives Sarah Nelson and Rebekah Rinehart got to use their hometown mall as the canvas for their latest work.

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Entrepreneur, philanthropist Elmen dies at 88

Business owner Bob Elmen died July 26 at Touchmark at All Saints in Sioux Falls, days after his 88th birthday.

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State details next steps after online sales tax ruling

The governor’s chief of staff, Tony Venhuizen, shares what’s next for South Dakota — including a potential special session — following the South Dakota v. Wayfair ruling.

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Sign offers new information about Wedge restaurant

We know a little more about the restaurant opening at 69th Street and Western Avenue thanks to a sign posted in a window.

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Sioux Steel to hold second public meeting on downtown project

Sioux Steel will hold another public meeting to discuss its planned downtown redevelopment.

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New business NextGen Gynecology & Aesthetics offers unique services for women

From Botox parties to Geneveve, a treatment for urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction, a Sioux Falls nurse practitioner is hoping to serve a unique niche with her new business.

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Nominate entrepreneurs, supporters for new award

Entrepreneurs, startup supporters and innovators will be honored as part of the new Hey Sioux Falls event Sept. 13.

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Latest rankings: Sioux Falls is pretty and happy

The litany of “best of” lists continues with a couple of nice mentions for Sioux Falls this week.

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Father-son team leads insurance benefits company into future

Matt Halvorson never had a career backup plan. The family business calling was that strong. Transitioning into ownership, though, has taken deliberate planning. Here’s how he and his dad are doing it.

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