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Communications Services for the Deaf Laying Off 43 Employees This Summer

Communications Services for the Deaf in Sioux Falls says 43 employees will lose their jobs this summer.

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Poet Restarts Production at Missouri Plant

Poet says it has restarted production at its ethanol plant in Macon, Mo., and has added corn oil production to its product mix.

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South Dakota Sees Record Number of Corporate Filings

SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota saw a record number of new corporate filings in December. Secretary of State Jason Gant says that suggests the state's economy is improving.

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New Grocery Store Coming to Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS - A new grocery store is coming to Sioux Falls. KSFY television reports that Fareway Food Stores is preparing to open a 34,000-square-foot location on 41st Street.

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House Panel to Discuss Development Incentives

PIERRE - A House panel plans to discuss a wide-ranging plan aimed at luring large industrial projects to the state while also helping to bring smaller projects to South Dakota.

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South Dakota Leaders Heading to Texas to Promote Oil Jobs

RAPID CITY - A group of western South Dakota business and civic leaders is heading to Houston to stake a claim for oil business.

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Sioux Falls Airport Officials Considering Hotel

SIOUX FALLS - Officials with the Sioux Falls Regional Airport are weighing plans to build a hotel to accommodate more travelers.

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South Dakota Legislative Panel Looks at Revenue Prospects

PIERRE - The South Dakota legislative committee that puts together the state budget is working to determine how much money the state will have to spend next year.

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South Dakota Faces Federal Cuts, Furloughs

PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard says South Dakota could lose at least $10 million in federal funding from automatic spending cuts set to take effect Friday.

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GDP in Sioux Falls Metro Grew by Less Than 1 Percent

SIOUX FALLS - A key economic indicator shows that South Dakota's largest city experienced slight growth in 2011.

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