Month: November 2018

605 Made Holiday Market vendor guide

The 605 Made Holiday Market on Saturday, Dec. 1, will offer a fabulous mix of products from nearly 70 makers.

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Florist opening in downtown Hartford

Backdoor Garden flower shop plans to open in downtown Hartford early next year.

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DSU’s enrollment surge includes growth in graduate students

There’s an under-the-radar growth story happening at Dakota State University: Graduate programs in everything from banking security to ethical hacking are up double digits.

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Prairie Hills home tops sales list at $800,000

Here’s a look at the top 10 home sales for the week of Nov. 5 in Minnehaha and Lincoln counties.

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New business owner hopes to educate, coach those with ADHD

This week’s Up-and-Comer is Alex Hey, who recently founded Reset ADHD, a company with the mission of helping those with ADHD through coaching, school presentations and a blog.

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People You Should Know

Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.

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When, how psychiatry uses genetic testing

Doctors increasingly are turning to genetic testing to better care for patients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, attention-deficit /hyperactivity disorder or psychosis. While it’s not a fit for all, it can be life changing.

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Shark Tank star to speak in Sioux Falls

Daymond John, one of the co-stars of the ABC-TV show Shark Tank, will speak in Sioux Falls next year at the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Visitor Annual Luncheon.

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New downtown hotel project to include four bars, restaurants as construction stays on track approaching winter

We have new details about what’s to come at Village on the River as we take an inside look at the construction progress and plans for this major downtown development.

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Concept plan shows potential Gage redevelopment

As Gage Brothers Concrete Products starts operations at its new northeast Sioux Falls headquarters, a plan for the land it occupied for a century shows how the area could develop into a mix of stores, restaurants, hotels or other commercial space.

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