- 1.Retail & Restaurants
What Will Cost More/Less In 2015
A new bakery is holding a grand opening on Sioux Falls west side. Sugar's Baked Goods and Sweet Treats will celebrate opening at 5239 West 26th Street at 9 a.m. Saturday.
It's a purchase that one Sioux Falls business owner wanted to make for a long time, but a change in ownership at the Taco Johns in Yankton comes at the heels of a controversy that made international headlines.
The overall number of different sales surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday led to smaller Black Friday crowds.
A new Caribou Coffee shop will open in Aberdeen on Friday. It's located on 6th Avenue Southeast, near the Avera Medical Center.
Cyber Monday may be losing its appeal with some workers. A CareerBuilder survey found 47 percent of Americans plan to shop at work on Monday. That's 7 percent fewer workers than year.
Small Business Saturday is becoming a Thanksgiving Weekend Tradition for many. Last year, Americans spent $5.7 billion at locally owned stores across the country.
There's been an increase of locally owned shops across the country, as small businesses have increased 49 percent in more than three decades.
For six years, Boss' Pizza has opened its doors to serve anyone wanting a warm Thanksgiving meal, and they've now added more than just food to the tradition.
Millions of people across the country are taking a break from their Thanksgiving preparations, and owner Jeremy Seefeldt is offering his customers a slice of stress relief.
If you shopped at Gordmans last week, you'll want to double check your statement. Gordmans tells KELOLAND News customers were double-charged at 98 Gordmans locations in 21 states on November 21, including the Sioux Falls store.
A downtown Sioux Falls delicatessen will re-open just in time for the holidays.
Several South Dakota cities will soon have one less store.
Shoppers no longer need to stay up all night to get Black Friday deals. More stores are opening on Thanksgiving, closing overnight and then reopening on Black Friday.
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