Month: July 2018

Building permits ahead of last year even with drop in housing

Overall building activity was a little stronger through the first half of the year in Sioux Falls compared with one year ago, though there are signs new home construction is slowing some.

1 year ago

Fourth of July warning: Don’t do this with your fireworks

This is what can go wrong when fireworks are thrown out without being fully extinguished.

1 year ago

Eclectic experiences define Sioux Falls Airbnb market

With more than 100 properties available, Airbnb has definitely arrived in Sioux Falls.

1 year ago

Sanford among children’s hospitals using genetics to change pediatric care

Seven children’s hospitals across the United States are collaborating to rapidly integrate genetics and genomics into primary and specialty pediatric care. Sanford Health is one of them.

1 year ago

Go to jail? Go directly to jail? Antitrust criminal liability for HR professionals, companies

Once an employer successfully finds a quality employee, it’s understandable for the company to take measures to keep that employee. However, sometimes these measures create worse problems than they solve.

1 year ago

Jodi’s Journal: The media world that is, was and should be

As the media industry faces challenges, these core beliefs should hold true.

1 year ago

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