- 1.Retail & Restaurants
Fareway Foods Files Building Permit For Second Sioux Falls Location
- 2.Retail & Restaurants, Summit League Tournament
Summit League Tournament Has $11 Million Impact
A Sioux Falls home-building company is being honored for its legacy of longevity.
The four Sioux Falls Arby's are donating 10 percent of all of today's sales to the Feeding South Dakota BackPack program.
Prairie Berry will release three new wines at its Hill City Winery Thursday.
Pandora, the popular jeweler best known for customizable charm bracelets, will open its first South Dakota location at The Empire Mall Friday, April 17 in a nearly 700 square-foot space near the main entrance behind Caribou Coffee. The store will hold a Grand Opening event Saturday, May 2, complete with discounts and giveaways.
Some Sioux Falls merchants are raising money for the families of the Brandon fire victims.
Lick The Spoon is expanding its pot pie business.
Walgreens plans to close about 200 U.S. stores as the nation's largest drugstore chain expands on a $1 billion cost-reduction plan it announced last August.
A Minnesota-based boutique franchise is coming to the new strip mall being built at Dawley Farm Village.
The sign is up and employees are being hired. The second Five Guys Burgers and Fries location in Sioux Falls is preparing to open at the beginning of May.
From baskets and bonnets to the holiday meal, people plan to spend more money this Easter.
Less than a month ago, the Co-op Natural Foods asked its members for $350,000 in loans to help buy equipment, improve the building and expand its inventory to rebuild after a January 2014 fire.
The article describes the dirt and worms cupcake, decorated with crushed oreos and a gummy worm garnish.
A nail salon will occupy one of the spaces in a new strip mall going up at Dawley Farm Village in east Sioux Falls.
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