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The Sioux Empire Home Show celebrated its 55th anniversary this weekend with a few days of balmy spring weather, reminding more than a few homeowners that the construction season is just around the corner.
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For Alexander Gutnik, the fabled freshman 15 turned into an extra 50 pounds while he was a student at the University of South Dakota.
Judy Lampert has lived in the 22nd Street and Western Avenue neighborhood for the majority of her life.
Parish nurse Paula Bartels has the perfect teaching opportunity. Elementary-age students are just finishing their breakfast at First Lutheran Church on a recent Sunday when she holds up a graphic picture of what happens when you ingest too much sugar and don't brush your teeth.
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At its first-ever concert, the Harmony South Dakota string ensemble gave enough of a preview of the abrupt, efficient bowing of Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" to leave no doubt that for the major performance in May, the musicians will have it nailed.
Litton Industries, a national electronics and defense company founded in 1953, began manufacturing microwaves in Sioux Falls in 1977 and rode the wave of microwave development until the plant closed in 1992 and disappeared from Sioux Falls.
Delighted patrons of the Sioux Falls Co-Op Natural Foods Store enjoyed a gluten-free, organic reunion Saturday afternoon when the co-op reopened in new quarters at 410 W. 18th St. after being displaced by a fire in January.
Twenty years ago, half the people on the Sioux Falls City Council were women. Today, just two of the eight seats are held by women, and one will be leaving the council this spring.
After an alleged arson destroyed $100,000 worth of food, and caused significant damage to the interior of the old building, members of the Co-op have been working endlessly to get the new location up and running.
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Southeast Technical Institute in Sioux Falls is holding a basic maintenance and car care seminar for families of recently deployed military personnel.
More than 200 home-related booths are under one roof during The Sioux Empire Home Show.
Flood-control upgrades are underway near West 12th Street in Sioux Falls, marking the last piece of a project that's spanned almost 15 years.
By the end of this legislative session, city-wide bans and regulations against specific breeds of dogs could be against South Dakota state law.
South Dakota's governor is supporting legislation that would prevent Iowa authorities from collecting fines from South Dakotans ticketed in automated speed zones.