The City of Sioux Falls will host a job fair on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The job fair will take place in Meeting Rooms A and B at the Main Library downtown, 200 North Dakota Avenue.
A $10,000 Powerball ticket was sold in Brookings in Wednesday night’s drawing.
Target Corp. is terminating about 550 employees in the Twin Cities as it ends operations in Canada.
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.
Governor Gets Bill Legalizing Wine Shipping In SD
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.
A lawyer representing six South Dakota couples challenging the state’s ban on same-sex marriage has asked a judge to let her ruling take effect immediately and allow weddings in the state.
Measure To Allow Minimum Wage To Decrease Fails In House
Would have allowed minimum wage to decrease with negative inflation
A proposal that would allow South Dakota’s minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation has failed in the state House.
The Mitchell School District is considering selling naming rights to various parts of a proposed $13.5 million fine arts center.
Five former mayors of Rapid City are opposing a proposed $180 million expansion of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
South Dakota lottery officials say a Powerball ticket sold in Marion is worth $10,000 in the Saturday drawing.
Embrace Church has announced the launch of its Summit Ave Campus this Sunday, February 15th with services at 10am, 11:15am and 6:05pm.
SD Lawmakers & Citizens Discuss Improvement of Infrastructure
Legislative coffee brings varying opinions
South Dakota lawmakers met for their first legislative coffee of the session on Saturday. While several issues were discussed, the improvement of highways and bridges was a big topic on the minds of legislators and citizens.
A state House Committee has approved a proposal that would allow South Dakota’s minimum wage to decrease in the event of negative inflation.
Republican state officials say they want to study education in South Dakota and re-evaluate how the system is funded before taking action.
A South Dakota Senate committee has approved a proposal that calls for a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution to require a balanced federal budget.
The rush to outfit police officers with body cameras after last summer’s unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, threatens to saddle local governments with steep costs for managing the volumes of footage they must keep for months or even years.
A state Senate panel has approved a roughly $50 million road and bridge funding package that’s based on Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s transportation proposal.
South Dakota’s capital city has been going through a building boom of sorts.
Sertoma Butterfly House Hosts Family-Friendly Fundraiser
3rd Intergalactic Fundraiser to be held on Saturday
This weekend comic book fans, Disney Princesses and evil villains will converge on the Sertoma Butterfly House in Sioux Falls for an out-of-this-world fundraiser!You too can celebrate all things fantasy and sci-fi at the 3rd Intergalactic Fundraiser this Saturday.