Sioux Falls construction at record pace for first half of 2019

Sioux Falls saw a surge in building activity in June that put the city at record pace through the first half of the year.

3 weeks ago

Events center campus survey shows citizen opinions on arena, stadium

Some clear themes emerged from an online survey about the future of Sioux Falls’ events center campus: People want to see more convention space, major renovation or demolition at both Sioux Falls Stadium and the Arena, and increased accessibility through improved parking and transportation options.

4 weeks ago

Denny Sanford gift will allow State Theatre to reopen

It’s happening: The State Theatre will reopen as “a premium movie house” thanks to a donation from Denny Sanford.

4 weeks ago

Hegg re-enters construction field with new division

Hegg Cos. is going back in time a bit, returning to the construction industry for the first time in years.

4 weeks ago

Sioux Falls Development Foundation’s Recruitment Council offers valuable insight to business community

If your business is involved in hiring, this newly formed group to focus on workforce recruitment is for you.

4 weeks ago

New technology offers up-to-the-minute view of Avera Human Performance Center

We’ve got a look inside Avera’s new Human Performance Center, which is definitely taking shape. But a quick peek at the progress is as close as their phone for Avera and Journey Group leaders thanks to new technology being used on site.

1 month ago

Former Bob’s Cafe building has new owner, uncertain future

The old Bob’s Cafe has a new owner. But where it goes from here is yet to be determined.

1 month ago

Downtown living blossoms with easy sense of community

What’s it really like to live downtown? We asked, and they told us. Come with us for an inside look at what’s becoming a tight-knit urban community.

1 month ago

Grand Falls Casino announces $10M expansion

Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort will start a $10 million expansion and renovation to add sports betting, a hotel addition and an expanded RV park.

1 month ago

With ‘Les Miserables,’ Pavilion shows ability to attract more high-profile shows

After years of trying, the Washington Pavilion is hosting a seven-show run of “Les Miserables.” Could it lead to other big-name Broadway performances? The Pavilion’s leaders have some teases that theater lovers will want to know.

1 month ago

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