Sioux Falls Simplified
This week, we simplify: Mayoral updates, outside art and why core neighborhoods will be getting a glow up
Simplified: Mayor Paul TenHaken covered a wide swath of topics during his State of the City address Monday, but there was a common theme: growth. Why it matters: TenHaken is
A new group calling themselves the "Backartigans" is working to bring a variety of art to backyards in the downtown Sioux Falls area.
Bringing people to The Link instead of to jail will save police time, and officials hope it will create a more therapeutic environment for people as they sober up or detox.
Sioux Falls is growing so fast, the housing market is struggling to keep up – and not for lack of trying. Here's how a new group is looking to help.
This week, we simplify the new triage center, a local nonprofit and why it's hard to buy a bike right now.
The JY6 Foundation in Sioux Falls marks its 10th year working to thank nurses and raise money for cancer research in memory of Jorgen Yde, who died at age 16 in 2011.
In Sioux Falls, some customers are waiting months for their new ride.
Here you'll find all three parts of our school board candidate series in one place.
This is the third and final story in a series looking at the people running for Sioux Falls school board.
Teachers can show their school ID for a free car wash at any of the Sioux Falls Silverstar locations on May 3 and 4.
"It's creating space for really powerful listening from an entire group of people," Selah Space Owner Jada Dobesh said.
People in Sioux Falls who need immediate help for mental health emergencies, a place to sober up or a medically monitored detox will soon have a new resource in The Link
This week, we simplify cops using drones, school board candidate views on post-pandemic life and why schools nationwide are watching Tea.
Sioux Falls police started using drones in 2020. Now, a year later, they're helping Sioux Falls Fire Rescue add drones – specifically, drones with thermal cameras – to their toolbox as well.
Try a beer made from Big Sioux River water at Remedy Brewing Co. as part of Friends of the Big Sioux River's Earth Day events.
This is the second in a three-part series looking at the five people running for two open seats on the Sioux Falls school board.
The idea is to start with people, ask them what they value and build a company culture from there.
Simplified: SculptureWalk, school board and 'strong interest' in redeveloping parking lots
The Harrisburg school board will reevaluate the policy again at their next meeting on April 26.
"I always say this, but I think it's going to be our best year ever," said Jim Clark, director of the SculptureWalk.
The goal is to create a downtown that's more dense and walkable, city officials say.
Silverstar Car Wash is teaming up with the Sioux Falls Storm for the first time this season to support the arena football players with sponsorship and free car washes.
Meet the five candidates for Sioux Falls school board in part one of three of a series asking them about important issues facing schools.
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