Rib smackin’, boot shakin’, beer drinkin’ good times are on tap for this year’s RibFest at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds in Sioux Falls.
South Dakota’s state veterinarian says animal anthrax has killed two young cows in Stanley County.
Jordan Miller, from Run2Gun, visits the KDLT Kitchen and shows us how he seasons elk steak.
South Dakota Farm Bureau Members Donate a Kitchen-full of Groceries, Plus Weekly Milk Delivery, to Sioux Falls Ronald McDonald Houses
Farmers and ranchers who are members of the South Dakota Farm Bureau (SDFB) will be in Dell Rapids Wednesday, March 25 shopping for groceries to stock the kitchen at the Sioux Falls Ronald McDonald House, putting into action donations from County Farm Bureau organizations across the state.
Ruthann Patterson, of Ruthann’s in Canton, visited the KDLT Kitchen and showed off her creamy chicken and cheese enchiladas.
Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether and his wife Cindy helped KDLT debut the brand new KDLT Kitchen on KDLT News at 5.
More than four million senior citizens in the United States go hungry every day. It’s a number that’s continuing to rise as many seniors face unique medical and mobility challenges. Unfortunately, it’s a reality for hundreds of senior citizens in the Sioux Empire.
O'Gorman High School Student Fundraiser
The students at O’Gorman High School in Sioux Falls are on a mission. They want to make sure nobody goes hungry in the Sioux Empire.
More Than 60,000 Attend Tournament
The Summit League Tournament has turned out to be the biggest event for the PREMIER Center so far, bringing in just over 60,000 people in four days. PREMIER Center officials say they’ve been working around the clock making sure the arena is stocked up with food for hungry fans.
As part of a deer management plan, Sioux Falls Police say they have successfully harvested deer within the city. Within a three-week period, police filled 30 deer tags.
Sioux Falls is now home to a new food pantry. Feeding South Dakota opened a new location in north central Sioux Falls in mid January, but the organization still needs help to make it feel more inviting.
Sunday isn’t just the Super Bowl of football, but it’s also the Super Bowl of food service for those selling pizza.
Adds Clarity And Builds Relationships Between Restaurants And Vendors
Sioux Falls doesn’t have a lot of food trucks, but the city of Sioux Falls is proposing new standards for the current mobile food vendors. They say it will make it easier for them to operate within the city.
Board members of the South Dakota Corn Growers Association have re-elected all three officers to serve for another year. Keith Alverson, of Chester, will continue as president; Troy Knecht, of Houghton, will stay on as vice president; and Doug Noem, of Bryant, will again be secretary/treasurer. The association is one of the largest commodity groups in the state. It promotes corn, represents corn producers on public policy issues and serves as a legislative voice.
Citizens propose ideas on noise & parking regulations
Sioux Falls city officials and concerned citizens are proposing ideas that could restrict operations for mobile food vendors in the downtown area.
Possible Restrictions On Downtown Mobile Food Vendors
Billy Currington along with special guest Tyler Farr will perform at the Sioux Falls Arena this summer. They’ll take the stage on June 27 for the 2nd Annual South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association Prime Time Gala.
Bill lets South Dakotans buy up to 12 cases of wine per year directly from wineries
South Dakotans looking to get their favorite out-of-state vintages shipped to their door are one step closer.
ODE To Food & Drinks to open in former Wild Sage Grille
ODE To Food & Drinks plans to open in early April in the former Wild Sage Grille space in Cherapa Place.