Month: September 2019

POET helps ambitious students meet their goals: 2020 Never Satisfied Scholarship applications available

POET awards scholarships to students who have ambitious dreams and goals, from tackling climate change, to providing clean water to young women in developing countries, to running programs for vulnerable inner-city youth.

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Technology futurist to give keynote at event showcasing innovations at S.D. businesses

“In the baseball analogy, we believe we’re maybe in the early part of the second inning.” That’s how a futurist from Wells Fargo Securities describes 5G. Hear from her and other experts at the upcoming South Dakota Technology Showcase.

2 weeks ago

Xcel: Hundreds are still working to restore power

Xcel Energy estimates almost 500 crew members and staff are working to restore power to businesses and residents still without electricity after Tuesday’s storm.

2 weeks ago

Hospital under construction hit by storm

The same storm that left the Avera Behavioral Health Center out of commission for months also left a big mark on a neighboring hospital under construction.

2 weeks ago

Two new businesses open at Prairie Hills Galleria

A boutique and an eyelash studio are the latest businesses to open at the new Prairie Hills Galleria.

2 weeks ago

Education leader returns in new role

A higher education leader has returned to South Dakota with a new role and the goal of strengthening our bioscience workforce.

2 weeks ago

Tornado recovery fund established for storm victims

The Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation has established the Sioux Falls Tornado Recovery Fund following the devastating storms that hit the city on Sept. 10.

2 weeks ago

Aerial photos show extent of business damage

The destruction of businesses along West 41st Street is even more apparent from the sky.

2 weeks ago

Sign of hope found at Avera Heart Hospital

Avera Heart Hospital is sharing a timely reminder of the faith rooted in its organization.

2 weeks ago

Managers: Stay away from Plaza 41

The property managers for the heavily damaged Plaza 41 retail center have a message for the community: Unless you’re responding to the emergency, stay away.

2 weeks ago

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