Happy Friday! Happy March! Happy news inside!
Susan Thies, a fifth grade teacher at Garfield Elementary School, chatted with Sioux Falls Simplified about what that recognition means to her, her philosophy on teaching and what's changed over her 24 years with the district.
Dakota Adventure Supply is crafting heirloom-quality gear made in South Dakota with a focus bringing people together.
Many parents struggle through the postpartum period not knowing exactly what they need but knowing they need help. That's where a postpartum doula comes in.
Sara Lum is the vice president of Startup Sioux Falls. She sat down with Sioux Falls Simplified to talk about Founders Day on March 6 and the inaugural "State of the Startups" event.
It's a lot of little tidbits this week, from P!NK to ice cream to spring cleaning.
Here's a roundup of local organizations who can give your no-longer-needed items a second life.
Here's a look at what's happening in Sioux Falls this week.
Podcasts, housing help and a little bit of commercial real estate crystal-ball gazing
A new partnership with the St. Francis House will mean even more available housing units for these hard-to-house folks.
Sioux Falls is, overall, pretty resilient in the face of some national challenges in the commercial real estate world
Here's what you need to know about "Short Walk."
It's a lot of city government news, but, like, that's important, ya know?
Members of the Sioux Falls City Council's regulatory oversight committee on Tuesday shared a draft list of six priorities related to how the city can help address the ongoing childcare crisis.
Both the Washington Pavilion and the Denny Sanford Premier Center saw record years in 2023, according to updates shared with the Sioux Falls City Council this week.
It's a lot of food-based activities.
You hear people talk about local workforce and business needs quite a bit. Today you'll meet two new organizations working to help.
The South Dakota Black Chamber of Commerce (SDBCC) launched earlier this month with the goal of empowering Black business owners and being a conduit for connection to available resources and opportunities.
A new pilot program at Sanford Health is giving people in Sioux Falls the opportunity to test out different jobs in healthcare throughout a first-of-its-kind four-week apprenticeship.
More visible councilors, more new pools and more reasons to blow off work and watch TV this week.
Sioux Falls City Council members are working to be more visible in the community as a way to bolster the city's legislative branch and keep the community informed on its work.
Conservation Director Stephanie Arne is bringing her animal expertise to daytime television with an appearance on the Drew Barrymore show this week.
Right now, the plan is an indoor pool/rec center at Frank Olson, outdoor pool at Kuehn.
Here's a look at what's happening this week.
Going beyond baseball and traditional medicine.
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