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Plans Released For Pump Park in Brookings
The Calumet has even been featured on national TV a few times in the last year.
Aberdeen showed the community its newly renovated city hall Tuesday. The renovation was one of millions of dollars in projects in the Hub City over the past decade.
A downtown Sioux Falls fixture came down for good on Tuesday.
Lloyd Companies has scrapped plans to turn the former School for the Deaf campus on East 10th Street into housing, offices and new retail space. Lloyd has put the property back on the market for $5 million.
It's being billed as the city's largest construction project this year at a cost of just under $9 million and it's going to impact thousands of people every day.
In Rapid City right now, there's no issue more important -- or controversial -- than the $180 million Civic Center expansion.
The funding is all set for the new pool at Spellerberg Park, and city council members are ready to see shovels in the ground.
A group opposed to a proposed Turner County chicken farm takes their concerns to court.
The master plan for the newly named University of South Dakota Discovery District is complete and the next steps for implementing that plan are underway.
The City of Sioux Falls issued $23 million in building permits in the first month of the year. New residential construction made up $5.4 million of that total, with 22 new homes in January.
The foot traffic is up, but some stores in Downtown Sioux Falls are still going out.
In a special informational meeting Tuesday afternoon in council chambers, a progress report showed how the project has moved along since the groundbreaking last fall.
From shops to apartments, a report released Monday shows significant growth in downtown Sioux Falls.
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