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Big-picture thinker helps guide clients through risk management

Meet Sean Mayer, the newest risk management consultant to join the team at Howalt+McDowell Insurance, a Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC company.

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Grille 26 releases new menu items, features

April 11, 2018

This piece is presented by Grille 26.

There are lots of new reasons to take a trip to Grille 26 soon. Here’s a taste of some permanent new menu items and some delicious spring and early summer features.

 

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This two-year degree leads to $50K jobs

Last year, 17 students graduated from this program. They had 110 job opportunities. And the pay is good too.

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Strategic partnership helps POET, USD meet needs

POET and the USD Beacom School of Business have established a unique strategic partnership that could serve as a model for other businesses.

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Willows restaurant set to expand hours, menu specials

It won’t be long before outdoor dining returns at Willow Run! Here’s more on what’s new this season — starting with a new manager.

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CTE Academy helps address workforce needs

In his role as principal of the Career and Technical Education Academy, Josh Hall is on the leading edge of efforts to equip students with skills needed by employers.

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Three-course meal featured at Minervas for Restaurant Week

You’ll discover three courses of outstanding flavors by dining at Minervas for Downtown Restaurant Week.

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Want to say thanks at work? Doughnuts never fail

Show up to work or your clients’ office with a box of doughnuts, and you’ll likely never be turned away.

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Carpenter Bar debuts spring cocktails

April 5, 2018

This piece is presented by the Carpenter Bar.

Fresh flavors for spring have arrived at the Carpenter Bar in downtown Sioux Falls. Here’s a sampling of the new cocktails you’ll discover there.

 

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Sanford research finds truckers face multiple health challenges

Over-the-road truckers often suffer from ill health, pressure from regulations and time away from family that lead them to a higher-than-normal use of anti-depressants, according to a Sanford Health doctor who helped research the issue.

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