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Lincoln County Commission Hears Argument Against Wind Farms
If you haven't been to the YMCA in downtown Sioux Falls lately, you wouldn't recognize the place.
Renovation work on the Mitchell Corn Palace is taking a big step.
It's one of the city's oldest parks and now it's finally getting a much needed makeover.
It once was an active spot for Mitchell veterans to meet and reminisce about their time in the service, but now it sits empty waiting for the official decision to tear it down.
Local streets in subdivisions have been left unfinished by developers all over the city.
A group that spoke out against a Sioux Falls Walmart says it will, "respect the decision of the South Dakota Supreme Court." The high court has upheld a lower court's decision, allowing the annexation of land into the city, which is now slated for the Walmart store.
Demolition of 22 homes is underway in central Sioux Falls as Sanford Health makes way for a parking lot. The homes are being torn down between 18th & 20th Streets and Menlo and Walts Avenues.
The number of apartments going up in Sioux Falls is surpassing last year at this time, which was a record construction year for Sioux Falls.
Sioux City officials are hoping a foreclosure sale this summer of the Sioux City Hotel and Convention Center will net a buyer willing to make major renovations to the troubled downtown property.
A South Dakota veterans organization announced Friday that its supports the building of an indoor aquatic center at Spellerberg Park.
The land along Phillips to the Falls, a road project 30 years in the making, sat vacant. But in the last couple of years, building has started on the once industrial wasteland.
The Denny Sanford PREMIER Center is just a few months away from opening its doors, but pieces of its siding are getting some extra attention.
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