Do you ever wonder how Sioux Falls growth takes shape? Of course we have a city planning commission that approves new projects before they go to the city council for a vote.
But even before that, it all begins with a couple of guys driving around town on a Saturday afternoon.
Downtown Sioux Falls sees its share of summer-time events, from Hot Harley Nights to Hot Summer Nights to crazy days.
But starting next week, there's a new attraction to draw folks downtown.
The downtown farmers' market will be held in front of the State Theatre on Wednesday nights, starting next week.
You've heard the saying that "great minds think alike." Now some young business-minded people are getting together once a month to share their knowledge.
While retailers compete to get you to spend on their site, there's someone else out there trying to get your money too.
Every time a visitor checks into a hotel that has more than 40 rooms in Sioux Falls, they fork over $2 a night in a tax that goes to help sell the City of Sioux Falls. It may not sound like much, but that hotel tax has added up to more than $7 million in the last five years.
It's day two of Hot Harley Nights --with live music at J & L Harley Friday night -- all to help the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Saturday, there's a casino run that brings Hot Harley Nights downtown. It’s expected to attract as many as 40,000 people to the heart of the city.
But when it comes to getting the word out to international travelers, not much has been done until now.
On a 7th generation family farm settled by Norwegian immigrants near Crooks, South Dakota, there's a return to an old tradition.
Unclaimed property is made up of accounts from financial institutions, businesses and government agencies that have had no activity for three years or longer.
The record-breaking U.S. Women's World Cup victory is bringing new attention to the sport of soccer and women in professional sports. That's welcome news for Lincoln High School Soccer Player Michelle Lounsbery, who'd like to see as much selection for her as there are for boys in sports.
How'd you like to do a downward dog before you board your flight? A Sioux Falls fitness company is making that possible at the airport.
The Sioux Falls airport has set aside temporary space for passengers to do yoga. And if it gets used, it will become permanent.
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