Month: May 2019

Restaurant Roundup: State’s best sandwich, new beer, new wine

Here’s a look at the latest news from the local dining scene.

3 months ago

Olive Destination to close one of two stores

Olive Destination is scaling back to its original store.

3 months ago

Hydra Beer Co. stops brewing, looks for buyer

The owners for Hydra Beer Co. have moved on to other careers and are looking for a buyer.

3 months ago

Augustana’s new Bachelor of Fine Arts builds on strong arts curriculum

Augustana University art students will be able to pursue a new Bachelor of Fine Arts degree starting this fall, offering an enhanced track for students entering creative industries.

3 months ago

Architect moves into renovated fire station with space still available

A renovated historic fire station and library has become the home of Stone Group Architects — with a little office space still left for others. Take a look inside this incredible transformation.

3 months ago

City correspondence details alleged defaults of downtown developers

A notice from the city to the downtown developers in Village River Group details how the mixed-use project had fallen behind schedule and how developers had failed to show proof they could finance it.

3 months ago

Giliberto’s sets opening date for west-side restaurant

Giliberto’s Mexican Taco Shop is wrapping up construction of its third Sioux Falls restaurant

3 months ago

Under-the-radar research takes POET from the lab to the plant with big mission in mind

It’s understandable to think of POET as an energy company — but its CEO will tell you it’s actually more like a tech company. And some big global recognition is starting to reflect that.

3 months ago

Homebuilders point to weather, construction costs for lagging market

Whether it’s the cold, wet start to the year or steadily increasing costs to build a home, the market doesn’t feel quite as robust as in recent years, according to some in the homebuilding industry.

3 months ago

Village River Group ‘very disappointed’ in city terminating agreement, takes legal action

The developers of a proposed mixed-use project that would have included a city-owned parking ramp said they’re “very disappointed” in the city’s decision to terminate their agreement and have taken legal action.

3 months ago

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