SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — The Christmas spirit is in the air and on this week’s Inside KELOLAND we are looking back at some of our top uplifting stories of 2021.
We’ll find out how a Sioux Falls church is using a “reverse offering” to help others in the community. Plus, after COVID derailed a job application last year… A second try turned into a dream come true for a Brookings woman. And music to last a lifetime. How a song written in high school holds new meaning years later.
STORIES FEATURED ON INSIDE KELOLAND:
- Anonymous donor buys gifts for hundreds of kids at 3 Sioux Falls schools
- Embrace church gives members $40,000 in ‘reverse offering’, encouraging everyone to pay it forward
- 19th century Bible donated to REACH Literacy to be reunited with family
- Sarah’s dream job
- More than a dance team
- Love, ice cream and happily ever after at B&G Milkyway
- A timeless gift
- ‘Keep his legacy going’: A special rendition of ‘taps’ in Watertown
- Positively KELOLAND: Vietnam War disc jockey shares musical memories with local vets
- Tacos & tears during grand opening of Sioux Falls Native American restaurant
- Local brewery celebrates holidays with Grumpy Brewer promotion