- 1.Development, Tourism
Plans Released For Pump Park in Brookings
The Great Plains Zoo is going back in time. In addition to monkeys and bears, the Sioux Falls zoo now has a dinosaur display. 'Dino-Roars!' opened on Tuesday.
Preparations are underway for the 75 anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in early August.
Tourism officials have unveiled a new marketing campaign to draw visitors to South Dakota in 2015 and bolster one of the state's pillar industries.
Public safety and tourism officials across South Dakota are preparing for a potentially record-setting 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Snapping selfies in front of Deadwood Monument markers is about to become less of a gamble.
South Dakota's Department of Tourism is hosting the event Tuesday through Thursday at the Ramkota in Pierre. This year's theme is "Celebrate the Journey."
Planning for the 75th anniversary event has winter-weary Sturgis city officials looking toward summer and a rally expected to attract from 500,000 to a million bikers, or more.
The Falls Park Visitor Information Center saw 186,456 visitors in 2014, a 10 percent increase in traffic.
Officials in Custer State hope to break ground next month for a $5 million visitor center to replace the 80-year-old Peter Norbeck Visitor Center.
Cold weather didn't keep winter sports enthusiasts from getting outside on Wednesday.
Grandstay Hospitality will be opening a new GrandStay Hotel and Suites in Tea.
A longtime official with the Huron Chamber and Visitors Bureau has been named manager of the South Dakota State Fair.
City officials in Sturgis have begun talking about how to handle the traffic during next year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
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