Month: January 2019

Pre-professional programs position DSU students for careers in medical, legal fields

Headed to law school, medical school or into another health care occupation? You can get a head start while still an undergraduate with these unique Dakota State University programs.

5 months ago

Banker drawn to industry by variety, community service

This week’s Up-and-Comer is Jordan Haeckel, a universal banking officer at First Bank & Trust.

5 months ago

Good jobs and hot careers: Here’s what’s trending in S.D.

They’re in-demand jobs that pay above the state’s median wage. South Dakota’s Labor Market Information Center recently released its list of Hot Careers in South Dakota.

5 months ago

Early design work leads to big improvements for Dow Rummel residents

As the newly improved Dow Rummel takes shape, it’s easy to see big changes. What’s not so obvious is how residents and designers worked together to make it happen.

5 months ago

1 Million Cups announces spring lineup at new venue

1 Million Cups is moving its weekly entrepreneur speaker series and focusing more on local business owners in a spring lineup that starts this week.

5 months ago

Take a first look inside Avera on Louise, set to open later this year

It’s the biggest construction project in the city’s history — and it’s heading toward an opening date. Come with us for a look inside Avera on Louise.

5 months ago

TCF to merge with Detroit financial company

TCF Financial, which announced last year it was closing its Sioux Falls operations center, is merging to create a $54 billion company.

5 months ago

Internet access for all? With Noem’s $5M kickstart and other investments, it may be closer than you think

It’s true: Some places in South Dakota still can’t access the internet. Gov. Kristi Noem said she wants to close that “digital divide.” These seven numbers tell the rest of the story.

5 months ago

Sanford golf team builds relationships, shares news at PGA show

Sanford Health has attended the massive PGA Merchandise Show in Florida for years. “But this year is especially exciting given Sanford’s growing presence in the game.”

5 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: Government shutdown creates hidden costs to business, human toll

“We need some help. It’s gone on too long. We’ve got real pain points now.” A business leader whose nearly 300-person team hasn’t been able to work during the government shutdown said the effects are bigger and broader than you might think.

5 months ago

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