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Small changes to building design can have big effect

Looking to make a visual impact with your business or agency but limited in the dollars you have to spend? Don’t worry, there’s an architect for that. Or an interior designer.

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After seeds of hope, farmers report trade-related worries

“Things aren’t necessarily dire, but we’re tightening our belts pretty significantly around the farm.” After hopes for an improved market this spring, here’s what’s worrying the ag community now.

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Pools look to older workers as teen employees opt out

Seasonal workers at the nation’s pools increasingly are coming from a different season in life – a demographic shift in employees that’s also starting to show itself in Sioux Falls.

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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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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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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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Meta Financial tapped to ring opening bell at stock exchange

Leaders at Meta Financial Group will ring the opening bell July 30 to kick off trading at Nasdaq.

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Today’s workforce: Experience adds value

It’s no secret that as our population ages, the workforce is aging right along with it.  In light of the declining population of younger workers and the projected shortages of talent in many areas, savvy employers are turning to workers 50 and older to gain and maintain a competitive edge.

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Downtown Sioux Falls offering up to $5,000 for winter event

Downtown Sioux Falls Inc. wants to support a winter event in the downtown area and is offering up to $5,000 in grant funding to help.

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