Keeping your New Year's resolutions is easier than you think

Keeping your New Year’s resolutions is easier than you think

Experts in Sioux Falls say, it doesn’t have to be that way. “Set goals instead of resolutions,” Casey Franken, investment manager and CPA at Pinnacle Wealth Management in Sioux Falls said. “Setting realistic goals and tracking your progress along the way and having someone hold you accountable for …
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Keeping Furry Friends Safe This Winter

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Negative temperatures are the high this weekend and while we’ve touched on home, car and personal safety with these frigid temps what about the furry friends. How cold is too cold for your pet and what caution owners need to take during these freezing days? The freezing temps …
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No injuries in Sunday morning apartment fire

No injuries in Sunday morning apartment fire

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) –F ire officials are investigating the cause of an early morning apartment fire in Sioux Falls. Fire crews were called to 111 East 14th Street about 1:15 Sunday morning. Crews found a small fire in the first floor hallway, with light smoke throughout the structure. The fire was …
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Jan. 8 work session set to talk about changes to city’s promotion fund distribution

Sioux Falls receives nearly $8 million and uses its funds to support four city operations — the events center, the Orpheum Theater, the Washington Pavilion and the Sioux Falls Stadium, according to Lander’s information. Watertown uses its fund to support its convention and visitors bureau, event center, …
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Tea Area routs Bridgewater-Emery in battle of No. 1 teams

Tea Area routs Bridgewater-Emery in battle of No. 1 teams

SIOUX FALLS — For a battle between the top teams and defending state champions in both Class A and Class B, Saturday’s Tea Area and … 1 in Class B but playing for the third time in three nights — had a slow start and couldn’t get its shots to fall early, making 6 of 24 field goals in the first half.
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Saturday’s Scores

Breckenridge 62, Milbank, S.D. 51. Jackson County Central 94, Montevideo 69. Langford, S.D. 71, Dawson-Boyd 53. North St. Paul 75, Chisago Lakes 50. Pipestone 67, Canby 39. Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D. 68, Marshall 60. St. Paul Academy 52, Southwest Christian (Chaska) 51 …
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In a rare instance, board rejects loan committee wanted

In a rare instance, board rejects loan committee wanted

Win Chill is constructing a plant on 54 acres at Foundation Park from Sioux Falls Development Corporation for storing and distributing refrigerated food. Scott Stern, commissioner for the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, announced Win Chill’s plan May 5. The GOED news release said the …
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Abraham Lincoln’s Houghton to continue hoops career at Sioux Falls

(Council Bluffs) — Abraham Lincoln senior Troy Houghton will continue his academic and basketball career at the University of Sioux Falls next season. Houghton recently talked with KMA Sports about the decision and said a conversation with his dad and good facilities at the Division II school helped in …
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Sheldon man faces charges connected to fatal ATV crash

Sheldon man faces charges connected to fatal ATV crash

Donavon was pronounced dead at the hospital. Crowl was later airlifted to Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Criminal complaints filed against Crowl earlier this month allege the accident occurred while he was operating the ATV recklessly while under the influence of a controlled substance.
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Watertown, Harrisburg neck and neck at Floyd Farrand Invitational

1, Watertown, 101.0; 2, Harrisburg, 98.0; 3, Brandon Valley, 89.0; 4, Sturgis, 72.0; 5, Vermillion, 63.0; 6, Sioux Falls Roosevelt, 59.0; 7, Sioux Falls O’Gorman, 58.0; 8, Spearfish, 53.5; 9, Lennox, 51.0; 10, Parkston, 47.0; 11, Wagner, 46.0; 12, Milbank, 38.0; 13, Garretson, 33.0; 14, Brookings, 32.5; 15, …
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Mayor Huether Reflects On Time Spent in Office As Final Term Comes to an End

Mayor Huether Reflects On Time Spent in Office As Final Term Comes to an End

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -He was sworn in to office on May 17, 2010. Serving as Mayor of Sioux Falls through a damaging ice storm, completion of an events center, and expansion of downtown Sioux Falls, Mayor Mike Huether reflects on what he considers some of his biggest accomplishments and …
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Iowa-Northern Illinois basketball: Time, radio, how to watch online

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The Iowa men’s basketball team closes out nonconference play at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT Friday against Northern Illinois at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeyes (8-6) have won four straight games, including an 80-73 win against Purdue in Sioux Falls, S.D., last week. Northern Illinois …
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Waiting list growing at auto shops due to cold weather

Waiting list growing at auto shops due to cold weather

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – The cold weather has been taking a toll on cars, and it is keeping mechanics very busy. “We’re probably about a week behind right now,” Don’s Auto owner Fred Dirkson said. If a car breaks down this week, it may take awhile to get it car into a shop. The cold has knocked out …
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Argus911: The best tweets of 2017

In times of sad news, it is refreshing to know that people do silly things. And the @Argus911 Twitter account was once again the chronicler of all things that were odd in Sioux Falls crime in 2017. Have a look back at our most retweeted tweets below: The best tweets:2016 | 2015 | 2014. Caller said …
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SDHSCA names Fall Coaches of the Year

SDHSCA names Fall Coaches of the Year

Last year’s winners were Steve Cogley of Philip, soccer; Karen Karim of Custer, girls cross country; Eric Pooley of Sioux Falls Lincoln, boys cross country; Casie King of Sioux Valley, competitive cheer; Melissa Strong of Dakota Valley, competitive dance; Kent VanOverschelde of Mitchell, football and …
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Airline apologizes to G League pair

An airline manager apologized to the players and they later flew first class to Sioux Falls, Freed said. “We take pride in bringing people together, and we know that on this flight we let some of our customers down,” Freed said. “Our team at American, along with Envoy Air, is reviewing what happened, and …
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MUSKETEERS WEEKEND OUTLOOK

MUSKETEERS WEEKEND OUTLOOK

Coach Luke Strand’s rapidly-improving Musketeers will be looking for their third consecutive victory tonight and their third straight win in the season series against Sioux Falls … Sioux City has won both games 2-1, as Micah Miller (6 goals, 4 assists) scored a shootout goal on Oct. 14 at the Tyson Events …
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Siouxland girls basketball looks impressive

Sioux Center looks to have picked up where it left off last season … Several newcomers have fit in to Sioux Center’s trademark “chaos” defensive scheme, plus with Toering and veterans Shayla Post, Camryn Cleveringa and … SSC’s lone loss is to Sioux Falls Lincoln, a state-ranked South Dakota squad.
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RFP committee votes to award Landscapes Unlimited contract for Sioux Falls' golf courses

RFP committee votes to award Landscapes Unlimited contract for Sioux Falls’ golf courses

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. The Sioux Falls City Council voted 5-3 Tuesday night to approve a new management company of the city’s golf courses. A committee was formed to take bids from different companies with a Nebraska-based firm ending up with a contract. But, not everyone is happy with the decision.
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Cold Weather Helps Great Bear Park Open for Season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Great Bear Recreation Park has opened skiing and tubing lanes for the season thanks to recent cold weather that helped with snow-making. KELO-TV reports that warmer weather in Sioux Falls earlier this month delayed the park’s opening. But skiing and snowboarding …
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