Sometimes in life, you have to change gears… alter your course.That was the case for one Howard man who turned his passion into a small business. Now he’s hoping to capitalize on a big opportunity.
Minnesota’s unemployment rate is ticking up as the state sheds jobs. The state lost 1,500 jobs in August, according to data released Thursday by the Department of Employment and Economic Development.
A legendary college football coach and former ESPN analyst is coming to Watertown to speak at an event at the end of September.
Concerns Grow Over Samsung Galaxy Note7
Injuries, Fires and Explosions Due To Battery Defect Reported Across Country
Last week, the FAA warned Galaxy Note7 owners to avoid using or charging the device while on an airplane due to explosion concerns.
The state Department of Revenue says vendor sales this year totaled just under $15 million, down from about $33 million during the 2015 rally. This year’s sales also were down from $19 million in 2014.
A Canton business is forced to close its doors after a wall collapsed.
A wall of a Canton antique store has collapsed.
While USD and SDSU have had a major rivalry for years, they have come together to create Jack & Charlie’s, a spirit wear shop in Sioux Falls.
Construction on a four-state oil pipeline at a site in southern North Dakota near a Native American reservation has not yet resumed.
Sanford House Honors Major Foundation Donor
One of healthcare's biggest donors will have a $6 million home in his name
You can’t go far without noticing the Sanford name on something in Sioux Falls. That’s largely thanks to Denny Sanford – a major philanthropist in the Sioux Empire. Soon, his name is going up on yet another facility.
Riverboat Days Stimulates Economy, Businesses Thrive
Willa B’s looks to leave name for itself while turning profits
Business at the new Willa B’s in Yankton couldn’t be better. Sure, people love the fresh, eastern flavored coffees, unique rotating menu and South Dakota artwork – it keeps the regulars coming back.
Hair Salon/Sports Bar Attracting Customers in Watertown
Harry's Haircuts & Hot Towels
There is a new business in Watertown that is breaking the mold. It is called Harry’s Haircuts and Hot Towels. It is the brainchild of a 29-year-old realtor who says his life will never be the same.
A group of teenage girls are tackling a task that most teenagers don’t try to pursue, a party planning business.
Fort Pierre officials are reworking an ordinance aimed at limiting agricultural operations in the city, after some rural residents complained the regulations would also affect them.
94-Year-Old Woman Hangs Up Her Apron For Good
Verna Miller ends a nearly 20-year career with Taco John's
It’s not just the food that keeps customers coming back to Taco John’s, they make the trip to see Verna Miller. Miller started working for the restaurant back in 1999.
Construction Worker Injured On Job Site Raises Issue Of Safety
Rallis Construction attributes saftey plan for 17 years without an accident
Rallis Construction has built and remodeled homes for 17 years. Employees say they measure success, not just by money earned, but also by safety.
Man Recovering After Wall Falls On Him
Fire Rescue say gust of wind knocked concrete slab to the ground
Police, paramedics and Fire Rescue responded just after 11 a.m. at a construction site near Marion Road and Ebenezer Avenue.
A California-based agricultural technology company is adding more than 90 positions in the next two years at its national operations center in Sioux Falls.
A New Baker Hopes To Make Sweet Dreams A Reality
Denice Callahan looks to the community for a business break
Callahan’s goal of sharing her delicious desserts in Sioux Falls, well, let’s just say it’s taking longer than it takes the oven to preheat.
Egg-laying chickens and eggs are up in South Dakota. The Agriculture Department reports layers during June totaled just under 2.1 million, up from 1.65 million the previous year.