Satsuma mandarins are the featured fruit of the month by The Fruit Club. It’s like holding on to the last bit of summer as we make our way into the colder months!
Canton Coffee Shop Aims To Include All, Even Those With Disabilities
Owner: "just bring a little understanding to the table"
Location and price are what most business owners consider before opening up shop.But for one Canton mom, focusing on a place where her daughter fits in and is welcomed, was the number one priority.”We love coffee shops and we were always running to Sioux Falls because there wasn’t one here,” says Carla Lems.
The company building the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline has asked a federal judge’s permission to circumvent President Barack Obama’s administration and move ahead with a disputed section of the project in North Dakota, as opponents held protests across the country against the pipeline.
The Speech Mom gives a few tips on how to pick the perfect high chair/booster seat combo for your child.
A Deployment Ceremony On Veterans Day
153rd Engineer Battalion Heads To Kuwait After The Holidays
In Huron Friday, more than 150 service men and women with the 153rd Engineer Battalion and their families came together for a deployment ceremony.
SF Chamber Of Commerce Honors Veterans At Lincoln High School
"We're free because of people like you..."
Imagine what it would be like to fly in a plane low to the ground while looking for differences in the landscape… to track the movement of Viet-Kong forces. Friday, one Vietnam War Veteran not only shared his experience serving his country but thanked the men and women who proudly served, and are serving, theirs as well.
We’re celebrating National Sundae Day with Culvers.
Supporters, Opponents React To Youth Minimum Wage Vote
South Dakota Voters Rejected Referred Law 20 on Tuesday
South Dakota Referred Law 20, which would have set a minimum wage of $7.50 for workers under the age of 18, was defeated by voters last Tuesday.
Hood Magazine has great gift ideas for those special people that are hard to buy for this holiday season.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 has briefly plunged more than 6.1 percent as investors react to the prospect of a Trump presidency.
In a little more than 12 hours polls across South Dakota will be open to voters, who will help decide the future of their state and the nation. Thousands have already gotten a head start, casting their ballots early Monday, officials remind the public why their vote counts no matter when you decide.
Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard has voted for a ballot measure that would limit the interest rates that short-term lenders can charge in South Dakota.
Children Suicide Rates Double Since 2007, A Preventable Problem
"We don't know we're in a crisis until it's too late."
At age 10, children should be outside playing with friends and having fun… and not under so much stress that they want to harm themselves or take their own lives. But the CDC says that isn’t the case… and that child-suicide rates have doubled in less than 10 years. A problem that experts say is preventable.
A payday lending chain has put over $75,000 into the race against a ballot measure that would cap short-term loan interest rates in South Dakota.
A former vice president at Dow Chemical Co. has established a $1 million endowment at his alma mater, the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Oh My Cupcakes! is raising supplies for the Bishop Dudley House in Sioux Falls.
We’re Full: Sioux Falls Humane Society No Longer Accepting Surrenders
Nearly Double Amount Of Times Compared To Last Year
It took less than a month before they were full capacity once again. The Sioux Falls Area Humane Society has had to close its doors to surrenders once again. This has occurred almost twice as many times as last year, with many closings occurring within the last 6 months.
A Great Horned Owl has been under the care of the Great Plains Zoo since the last half of the summer and now, she’s been released back into the wild.
A Dakota Cash lottery ticket sold in Brookings won the $179,661 jackpot.
Helping A Friend Through Self-Defense
Friends Of Domestic Violence Victim Raise Expense Money With Self-Defense Class
Following the incident, Herl wanted to help her friend and other women. As a trainer at Ultimate Fitness for Women in Sioux Falls, she knew a way.