- 1.Tourism, Transportation
Labor Day Weekend Travel Increase
It's a popular event, and you don't have to pay for it. Those could be a couple reasons the Brown County Fair can boast attendance numbers in the hundreds of thousands.
A Huron businessman who four months ago donated $1 million toward a new 4-H exhibit hall at the South Dakota Fairgrounds is chipping in more money.
The rain has caused many vendors to close up shop and forced the rides to shut down.
The City of Hartford will be home to its first ever hotel early next year. Construction has begun on an AmericInn near exit 387.
Archers from across the globe are in Yankton this week, to compete in the 2014 IFAA World Field Archery Championships.
A college basketball game will once again bring national exposure to the city of Sioux Falls. ESPN will air a November Sanford Pentagon matchup between Wichita State and Memphis on its main channel.
It's rally time, which means a lot of bikers heading to Sturgis and spending money in the state. That isn't only money spent in and around the Black Hills. In fact, a lot of small towns see an increase in traffic as bikers make their way to Sturgis.
Expanded entertainment venues and campgrounds tied to the Sturgis motorcycle rally have, over the years, inched closer to Bear Butte State Park and sometimes controversy. But the butte and rally are managing to co-exist in a relationship vulnerable to conflict.
The Great Plains Zoo welcomes two new members to its Snow Monkey family.
One question some council members are hoping to get answered concerns noticeable rippling on the outside of the building and what's being done to address the problem.
Fundraising is underway for a piece of art supporters want to become a signature part of downtown Sioux Falls. The "Arc Of Dreams" will span across the Big Sioux between 6th and 8th streets and should be ready by spring of 2016.
Bikers from all over the world rode into Okoboji Sunday night. Signs from area businesses welcome the riders to the community.
Dethroned cyclist Lance Armstrong has been named the official grand marshal of the mayor's ride to kick off the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
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