School apps proving helpful, popular
Most days, John Gruber's daughter eats the lunch served at Oscar Howe Elementary School, but he likes the convenience of being able to look up what the school is serving that day through the school district's mobile app, to see whether he needs to pack a lunch.
Deployment ceremony to be held for National Guard unit
HARRISBURG, S.D. - A deployment ceremony will be held for approximately 160 Soldiers of the South Dakota Army National Guard's 1742nd Transportation Company at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Harrisburg High School, 1300 W. Willow St. The public is encouraged to attend.
Parents line up for choice of schools
Parents stood in long lines Monday morning for the chance to place their children in a school of their choice.
Parents line up in the cold to open enroll students
Open enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year at South Dakota's Public Schools began Monday, with parents lining up as early as 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Gallery: Thousands head downtown for Parade of Lights
Floats radiated with a rainbow of Christmas lights, bursting with holiday spirit.
S.D. libraries recognized as 21st century ready
Years ago, libraries could be a bit stuffy, some long-time librarians will admit.
Groups give CEOs chance to help each other
It can be lonely at the top. "When the problems are large - and for CEOs running good-size companies, the problems do get large - CEOs in general have a real problem of who do you talk to?" said Gene McGowan, CEO of McGowan Capital Group.
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School Boundary Meeting Tuesday Night
Last week, Amber Carrington was in Sioux Falls because of her partnership with the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation.