Month: June 2019

Jodi’s Journal: Becoming the City of Dreams

“I’m so proud of my city.” Maybe you’ve heard it lately. Maybe you’ve said it. There’s a growing sense of energy mixed with civic pride, thanks to a lot of little and not-so-little things that are coming together at the same time.

3 months ago

Giving Back for June

Giving Back recognizes businesses and organizations that are helping our communities.

3 months ago

June #ScenesFromTheRoute

Working with Novak Sanitary Service, we trained their crews to use their camera phones to share what they encounter as they collect trash and recycling. Here’s what they spotted in June.

3 months ago

Fashion outlet store to close

Dani Fashion Outlet on West 41st Street is closing Saturday because the owner is moving to Texas.

3 months ago

Is it time for a website checkup?

It’s not as easy as building a website and forgetting about it. Just like anything in your business, your website needs periodic checkups. This checklist will get you started.

3 months ago

Popular sculpture finds new home

It’s probably the perfect spot for a bear’s final home. Here’s how you can visit this SculptureWalk favorite for years to come!

3 months ago

Sanford planned merger with Des Moines-based health system to create ‘regional giant’

Sanford Health plans to merge with Des Moines-based UnityPoint Health, a move that would create an organization with more than 83,000 employees and more than $11 billion in annual revenue.

3 months ago

Inside the ultimate open office

The goal was this: Create an office environment that allows employees to do their best work. And thanks to a willingness to change the way they think about how an office is designed and functions, Interstates has moved into a new building that is fulfilling its vision.

3 months ago

Restaurant Roundup: Roam’s new patio, first brew day, food trucks

Check out what’s new in the local dining scene.

3 months ago

Inside GenCyber Camp: What’s drawing students nationwide to DSU

For three years, some high school students have come to DSU from as far as Chicago for a one-of-a-kind camp. Here’s what’s drawing them back.

3 months ago

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