Cougars get 18th win as Evans has big night against Concordia

Cougars get 18th win as Evans has big night against Concordia

SIOUX FALLS – On a history-making night, the University of Sioux Falls Men’s Basketball Team (18-9, 13-8 NSIC), led by junior guard Trevon Evans with 35 points, continued its last season surge with a 79-68 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference victory over Concordia St. Paul (5-22, 4-17 NSIC) on …
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Concordia Handles USF Women 74-56

SIOUX FALLS – The University of Sioux Falls Women’s Basketball Team (14-11, 11-10 NSIC) struggled on offense in dropping a 74-56 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference decision to a hot-shooting Concordia St. Paul (10-17, 7-14 NSIC). The Golden Bears reversed an earlier decision to USF in …
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Pheasant Fest expected to attract more than 20000 visitors to Sioux Falls

Pheasant Fest expected to attract more than 20000 visitors to Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – Thousands of people are expected to flock to Sioux Falls this weekend for the annual Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic, but it’s the first time the city has hosted the event and it’s the largest convention to ever be held in South Dakota. Visitors from all across the country are …
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City of Sioux Falls Giving Away Up to $10000 to Sustainable Non-Profits

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A Sioux Falls organization is thriving and helping to keep the environment safe and clean for all, thanks to free money from the city. What would you say if we said you could score a chunk of the change also to help make the community a better place? You may have seen …
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USD Discovery District eyes expanded leasing options, thanks to new legislation

USD Discovery District eyes expanded leasing options, thanks to new legislation

The development is located adjacent to the University Center in northwest Sioux Falls. Anchors for the park include the Graduate Education and Applied Research (GEAR) Center including its pilot-scale cGMP facility, and USD’s Biomedical Engineering Program. The District development is …
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Sky Zone Trampoline Park adds climbing walls, new games

Call it a good trade for some trampolines and extra space. Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Sioux Falls has kicked its offerings up a notch. We had some extra space between our trampolines and dodgeball, so we used that extra space,” said Tina Redd who with her husband Scott owns the local Sky …
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Summit Championships in SF Could Have Big Benefits

Summit Championships in SF Could Have Big Benefits

There were no flights, no layovers, no delays, but more importantly to have another primer event in Sioux falls speaks a lot for Sioux Falls” … up here and to swim my whole life, and then to have such a high event here it just means a lot to see the sport of swimming progress here in Sioux Falls especially.
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Richard Clemetson, 73, of Wessington Springs

He transitioned to his second career as a long-distance truck owner/operator and moved from Pierre to Sioux Falls. Upon retirement he came home to Wessington Springs. Rich rolled the dice, dealt the cards, and lifted a glass with friends and family, all under the care of his hard-working guardian …
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New 180-unit apartment complex in southeast Sioux Falls highlights 'plenty' of parking

New 180-unit apartment complex in southeast Sioux Falls highlights ‘plenty’ of parking

A 180-unit under construction in southwest Sioux Falls will have a lot of amenities increasingly found in Sioux Falls. But Huntington Village Apartments has one more amenity to highlight: Parking. Lots of parking. “One of the biggest complaints I hear with new multi-family projects is that the sites are being …
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Here’s a picture of a school lunch

That green banana was a mistake, Sioux Falls School District Superintendent Brian Maher tells the Argus Leader. “That’s certainly not the kind of image we want to portray,” Maher said. “If you’re going to judge our food service program by that picture, you’re going to get incomplete (information).”.
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WATCH/ANALYSIS: An early look at the city election

WATCH/ANALYSIS: An early look at the city election

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO.com) — Will the Milennials come out and out vote the Baby Boomers for a new mayor and council members? That’s just one of the questions Argus Leader city government reporter Joe Sneve and KELO.com News news director Todd Epp discussed today during an early look …
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Local businesses busy with Valentine’s Day rush

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – This Valentine’s Day, lovers are expected to spend $19.6 billion on flowers, chocolate, cards and more. The National … A barbershop quartet delivering Valentine’s Day flowers — it is something The Flower Mill in Sioux Falls said is something extra they can offer customers.
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Pheasant Fest 2018 fan guide: How to hunt down exhibits

Pheasant Fest 2018 fan guide: How to hunt down exhibits

An orange-clad army of bird hunters and upland conservationists will invade Sioux Falls this weekend. The National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic, the country’s largest upland hunting show, is coming to the Denny Sanford Premier Center on Friday through Sunday. In South Dakota, “upland” means …
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What does it take for a business to be successful on Valentine’s Day?

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Melissa Johnson, the owner of Oh My Cupcakes!, said she estimates the shop will make about 10,000 cupcakes for customers on Valentine’s Day. One of her favorite parts about working Valentine’s Day is being able to create special moments for the customers and being a part of a …
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Sioux Falls top-10 employers led by growing health care workforce

Sioux Falls top-10 employers led by growing health care workforce

The healthcare industry continues to dominate the employment scene in the Sioux Falls region, adding hundreds of workers over the past year. Data collected by the Sioux Falls Business Journal shows Sanford Health and Avera Health kept their top spots, respectively, in a ranking of the area’s largest …
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Should Lyft drivers be able to accept cash tips?

Sioux Falls is still getting used to having Lyft in town, the ride-hailing service that connects drivers and riders by merely tapping a cellphone screen. It’s a transaction free of paper money – all the transactions are done digitally through the ride-hailing company’s cellphone application. But calls to allow …
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FBI to speak at Sioux Falls Chamber's cybersecurity event

FBI to speak at Sioux Falls Chamber’s cybersecurity event

Sioux Falls business leaders are teaming up with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to co-host a cybersecurity event 7:30 a.m. March 27 at the Holiday Inn City Centre. The event will feature two national speakers, including Ryan Manship of RedTeam Security Consulting and Jay Patel, a supervisory …
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JE Dunn Construction Selected to Manage Minnehaha County Jail

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Sure, the name “Minnehaha” sounds like it should mean “a small chuckle,” but the county’s $40 million Minnehaha County Jail expansion in Sioux Falls is no laughing matter. Just ask JE Dunn Construction, which has been selected to manage the construction of the project.
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Henrich makes his opponents earn every point

Henrich makes his opponents earn every point

Henrich’s last high school loss, a 6-2 state semifinal setback his freshman season, came to eventual state champion Hunter O’Connor of Sioux Falls Lincoln and brought with it a lesson he still wrestles by to this day. “We were tied up with 30 seconds to go in the match and I took a bad shot,” he said.
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Oh brother: Maxeys set to reunite on gridiron

Seth, 6-4, 206 pounds, first drew the Crookston coaches’ eyes at a combine in Sioux Falls and he committed after making his official visit. “I was talking to their coach and asking who else they were recruiting from Sioux City and they said nobody,” said Seth, who made the move to East to play against …
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