Month: July 2019

Inspired to pursue STEM fields, these women at POET find mentors help them build careers

They took different paths to get to POET but these women all agree: Their STEM careers are helping them change the world in more ways than one.

4 days ago

New Pizza Ranch owners find fit investing in area communities

When they decided they wanted to own a business, this Brandon couple found Pizza Ranch was such a perfect fit they quickly doubled their locations.

4 days ago

Minnehaha County Commission chair: ‘It has been a challenging year’

It hasn’t been an easy year for many in Minnehaha County, but there are some bright spots too. We caught up with County Commission chair Jean Bender for her perspective on the county’s opportunities and challenges.

5 days ago

Longtime manager/cook buys Brandon Steakhouse

“It’s still going to have the same good food,” said Mark Anderson, the new owner of the Brandon Steakhouse.

5 days ago

Current HR trends for keeping top employees

Understanding the causes of turnover and looking at potential solutions can help improve retention rates and save money on your human resources.

5 days ago

New food truck focuses on ‘everyday comfort food’

Empty-nesters with a dream of owning a bar and grill have started a food truck.

5 days ago

Folk music fans: These two events are for you

It’s hard to find a better soundtrack for summer than folk music. And two events coming up offer a perfect chance to enjoy the best of Americana while giving to great causes.

5 days ago

Downtown living awaits with this custom-built town home

Class meets sophistication topped off by incredible city views in this gorgeous downtown town home.

5 days ago

New traditional barbershop features local artists

This new traditional barbershop is connecting with the local arts community. Here’s the story behind Ty’s Barbershop.

5 days ago

JazzFest brings new craft beer tent, cocktail menu — and lots of music

There will be a few new additions when the 28th annual Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Festival — more commonly known as JazzFest — kicks off its free two-day concert series Friday night.

6 days ago

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