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Moe's Southwest Grill Selects Sioux Falls Location
Gap is closing 175 of its namesake stores in the U.S. and eliminating 250 corporate jobs as the clothing retailer attempts to strengthen its struggling brand. But Simon Property Group, which owns the Empire Mall, says it has not received any notice that those closures affect the Sioux Falls store.
The town of Brandon is reacting to the big announcement made Thursday that the new owner of Huset's Speedway is going to add another night of racing.
More than two years after Sioux Falls leaders announced a new Walmart store at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue, construction is finally getting underway.
Now in its 9th year, Downtown Sioux Falls, Inc. (DTSF) hosted the 22nd Downtown Block Party on the Eastbank on Friday, which set an all time estimated attendance record of over 2,500.
A South Dakota company is marking nearly 60 years in business with a major renovation at its Sioux Falls store.
You've heard of food trucks - well now there's a fashion truck.
Fareway broke ground on its second Sioux Falls store on Friday at 3301 South Sycamore Avenue.
The Cookie Jar will start selling its own cookie mix in tins this summer.
Subway is joining the list of companies dropping artificial ingredients.
Downtown Sioux Falls' newest store opened its doors on Phillips Avenue on Tuesday.
Starting on Tuesday, Pizza Ranch will sell an exclusive collection of Christian music at all of its locations throughout the Midwest. The company says the music helps promote its brand’s vision “To glorify God by positively impacting the world.”
Irish Twins Soap Company’s Black Hills Legend Rustic Soap was chosen to represent South Dakota in the summer issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.
A new coffee shop is being built at the intersection of 49th Street and Louise Avenue.
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