The Disney Institute is bringing its renowned professional development course, “Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence,” to the Sioux Falls area for National American University.
The event will allow area professionals to learn how to drive business results, retain employees and satisfy customers through Disney's business principles.
This day of Disney training offers insights in five areas: leadership, culture, quality service, brand loyalty and innovation.
The CPA firm Nelson & Nelson is preparing to move into a newly renovated building a block from its current location at 1517 S. Minnesota Avenue.
A Minnesota Vikings official says there is "no more wiggle room" in the construction schedule for the team's $1 billion stadium after a completion deadline got pushed back to the end of July in 2016.
In the event of heavy rain or spring runoff, Sioux Falls should be well protected. After 14 years of planning and $65 million worth of construction, the city has completed work on its levee system. But city officials say the work is far from over.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is awarding $50,000 to the accelerator program at the South Dakota Technology Business Center.
The June hail storm continues to leave its mark on Sioux Falls. The city has issued more building permits this year than ever before. The city says more than half of those permits are for re-siding and re-shingling homes.
A development plan in front of the Sioux Falls City Council could bring 14 new homes just north of the area called Canterbury Heights.
The road diet to improve access for pedestrians along Main Avenue is the latest addition to the ever-changing face of downtown Sioux Falls.
The new rules also require a full outline of what properties are owned by Sanford, which is why the re-zoning signs are popping up now.
By the end of the year, Brookings will receive 125 new jobs from a Fargo company's expansion.
There are a lot of changes at Spellerberg Park.
Sioux Falls must be doing something right when it comes to attracting younger people to the city and revitalizing downtown.
The Scheels IcePlex is nearing completion and this week received a nice boost. Furniture Mart USA committed $250,000 to sponsor the facility's main rink.
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