🎉 It's Sioux Falls Simplified's second birthday today! 🎉
This week, we simplify downtown dreaming, expanded reading and school switching.
Sioux Falls has a chance to redevelop 10 acres of land east of downtown.
The Great Plains Zoo is hosting a new Woo at the Zoo event to celebrate Valentine's Day, and the goal is to teach adults about all things related to mating, dating and copulating in the animal world.
School board members Wednesday are expected to discuss potential shifts in school boundaries to ease crowding in a couple schools.
Reach Literacy is expanding both physically and in its programming.
Kick off February with a night out, a new skill or even a new four-legged best friend.
Get caught up on the Sixth Street Bridge drama and see just how much Sioux Falls is growing.
Plans to renovate the Sixth Street bridge that connects Phillips Avenue and Weber Avenue downtown are causing a stir on the City Council for two big reasons. Learn more.
The Sioux Falls Development Foundation is a pillar of growth in the city. Here's how it came to be.
From livestock to crime solving, here's a roundup of stuff to do this week.
It doesn't matter what role you start in, a job at Silverstar Car Wash has a clear path to help you grow your career within the company.
The small human has arrived!
This week, we simplify measles fears, transit updates and why we won't know for some time who's interested in the downtown parking ramp.
High school basketball is all the rage this week; but if you're looking for something else, there are a few food-and-fun options around town.
The Sioux Falls Transportation Planning department is moving forward with a hybrid model for the bus system to increase ridership with a $1.7 million budget for next year. Here's what changes they're planning to make.
The city won't say if or how many developers have expressed interest in buying or leasing the unfinished downtown parking ramp on 10th Street. Here's why.
It's not about losing weight. It's not about changing yourself. It's not about "new year, new you." Meet Barre3's January Commitment to Self.
Measles cases are on the rise. The disease hasn't shown up in South Dakota yet, but here's what local doctors are watching and want parents to know.
Sioux Metro schools have seen growth across the region, with some districts growing by 20% or more in the last five years.
This week, you'll get a primer for what to watch both in Sioux Falls city government and in the greater community in 2023. I also checked in with local shelters about how they're faring this winter.
Sioux Falls is a fast-growing city, and with that growth comes additional infrastructure needs, more folks looking for city services and generally more stuff for city government employees to do.
Sioux Falls is home to dozens (scores? hundreds?) of nonprofits and community groups. Here's a look at some of the big items the community will be tackling in 2023.
Local shelters are keeping up with demand – even while dealing with their own weather-related challenges.
Feeling some cabin fever after the blizzard? Here are some ideas to get you out of the house in the coming week.
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