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From Avera Academy to Miss America, Krebs’ new roles help develop young people

“I love rolling out a project from the ground up.” Now, Shantel Krebs has two. We talked Avera Academy, Miss America and life after politics.

4 months ago

Augustana maintains academic and athletic excellence on the road to Division I

“If we hadn’t included a transition to Division I, I think a lot of people would question why not.” It’s part of Augustana University’s 2030 vision that has attracted lots of interest. Here’s an update on the process.

5 months ago

Okoboji lakes area overflows with changes

Sioux Falls residents and others discovering the northwest Iowa summer hot spot have generated enough demand for significant business growth in recent years, with multiple hotel, retail and entertainment projects in various stages of completion.

5 months ago

Journey approaches signature high school project with community mind-set

“It’s been 30 years since we built a high school, so we wanted the best product put together for the community.” Here’s the inside story of Jefferson High School: Where it has been, where it’s going and what it’s built upon.

5 months ago

Game Chest finds winning strategy through building community

“You walk in and it doesn’t matter what you believe or who you are outside these doors, you’re welcome here and you’re invited to play games.” In less than two years, they’ve created a powerful community around their business and beaten the odds in their industry. Enjoy the inside story of Game Chest.

5 months 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.

5 months 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.

5 months ago

Passing the baton: Businesses offer insight on planning, executing leadership transitions

“Two-thirds of my clients right now are in some form of leadership-to-ownership transition.” Chances are, if your business hasn’t experienced a leadership transition, it soon will. Four well-known area businesses took us behind the scenes to share their approaches.

5 months ago

Pavilion at 20: Investments pay off as corporate support builds

“This year will be the biggest by far.” This week marks 20 years since the Washington Pavilion welcomed its first visitor. Stop in today and you’ll find a lot is changing.

6 months ago

Space to spare: National retailers looking at Sioux Falls have location options, if they want them

“It’s a whole different landscape. Retail is in a period of reinvention.” As Sioux Falls brokers head to the retail industry’s largest convention this week, it’s with plenty of available space. Here’s who might fill it.

6 months ago

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