The “2023 Growth Summit” brought together regional experts, city and state officials and industry leaders to discuss creative ideas and practical solutions. Despite inflation, there may be a few options to attack the issue of a housing gap.
Gov. Kristi Noem’s administration reached out to economic development groups and major employers across South Dakota last month, asking them to help extend a run of national TV commercials touting her “Freedom Works Here” workforce recruitment campaign.
The South Dakota chapter of Americans for Prosperity hosted a sit-down discussion with guest speakers at the Hampton Inn in Sioux Falls on Thursday. Among the guest speakers were Senator John Thune and Lincoln County Sheriff Steve Swenson and the central topic of their discussion was immigration and the southern border.
After months of pushing for the reformation of South Dakota’s eminent domain laws, landowners in opposition to carbon sequestration pipeline projects took their fight to the state capitol, calling on Governor Kristi Noem to stand with them.
The homeless population is growing in Sioux Falls and the surrounding area. Non-profit organizations in Sioux Falls continue to work together to try to end the cycle of homelessness and care for the community. Lately, they’ve seen a growing need for hygiene products and meals.
Noem's Executive Order requires the head of the Bureau of Human Resources (BHR) to review current and future job openings in state government, and more closely determine whether or not a college degree should be required for that job.
Judge Margo D. Northrup has rejected a plea agreement that the prosecution and defense had come to agreement on in the Joel Koskan case. Koskan, who is charged with child abuse, would have avoided prison time and having to register as a sex offender under the plea agreement.