Month: December 2018

Mediterranean restaurant to be replaced by Asian concept; catering to continue

Tawooki Mediterranean Chop Chop has closed its restaurant to make way for an Asian eatery but will continue to do catering.

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Why that truck is tailgating, electric car economics and other changes to S.D. roadways

It’s one sign of how driving is going to be changing: Behind these tailgating trucks is a high-tech system positioning all of us for the future of transportation.

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Cardiogenetics helps answer heart questions

Genetics and heart disease: “It’s a truly wonderful thing that we can use genetics to save people’s lives.”

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Wagyu beef fat helps create amazing new Morrie’s cocktail

Dec. 26, 2018

This paid piece is sponsored by Morrie’s Steakhouse.

Start with fat from the outstanding A5 Japanese Wagyu beef at Morrie’s, add Japanese whiskey, and you have the makings of the steakhouse’s newest cocktail.

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People You Should Know

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

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Five fun ways to pass holiday break on a budget

There’s no excuse to stay home or be bored this holiday break for members of GreatLIFE Golf & Fitness. Put your membership to work for you and your family and enjoy great savings while making memories around Sioux Falls.

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‘Castle at Stonehedge’ tops sales report at $1.35 million

Here’s a look at the top home sales for the week of Dec. 3 in Minnehaha and Lincoln counties.

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Losing weight isn’t just healthy: It can save you money

Is losing weight one of your goals for 2019? We were surprised how many options Avera now has to get you there!

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Food Network taps downtown bar for state’s best ‘warming cocktail’

Here’s a timely winter feature from Food Network: The best “warming cocktail” in each state. The best “warming cocktail” in each state. In Sioux Falls, the winner is a downtown bar.

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Family woodworking business finds steady growth in second generation

“We knew nothing about business, but … we knew if you worked all the time you should get somewhere. And we worked a lot.” From working out of a garage to growing a regional business, enjoy the success story of Patzer Woodworking.

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