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Denny Sanford PREMIER Center Reports $1.1 Million in Net Income

To say that the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center is off to a fast start in its first six months would be an understatement.

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John Anderson Breaks Silence

One of country music’s finest, John Anderson, will release his new album, Goldmine, on May 26.

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The El Riad Shrine Circus is Here! Nine Performances to Choose From with Showtimes – and Elephants

The 74th El Riad Shrine Circus is back in town. here's what you need to know, where to find free kids tickets, and the showtimes.

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My Poor Ancestors Defended Ben Affleck’s Rich Slaveholding Ancestors

Todd Epp's Virginia ancestors helped defend slavery in the Civil War. He's not happy about it, but history is messy, just like families.

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Willie and Merle Team up (Again) for ‘It’s All Going to Pot’

Two legends, one studio and one new single ' It's All Going To Pot'. Watch, listen, and smoke 'em if you got 'em.

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Firehouse Subs Donates Thousands of Dollars of Equipment to Local Fire Departments

A Sioux Falls company takes their business name seriously and the literal fire departments are now on the receiving end of the sub shop’s generosity.

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Toddler Falls from Upper Level of Residence in Sioux Falls

Emergency scanners lit up when the call came in of a toddler having fell from the fourth floor in the 4000 block of East 54th Street in Sioux Falls.

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Senator John Thune Warns Every Level of Government to Pay Attention to Bird Flu Outbreak

Senator John Thune is urging people at every level of government to pay close attention to the outbreak to ensure something is done to contain it.

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State High School Activities Association Audit Raises Issues

South Dakota's High School Activities Association says it is working to address issues uncovered during a recent audit.

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Mayor’s Face on Jobs Campaign Billboards Sparks Complaints

Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether is drawing criticism for spotlighting himself on billboards and other advertisements for a new city-funded jobs website.

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