IHOP National Pancake Day to raise money for Children's Miracle Network Tuesday

IHOP National Pancake Day to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Tuesday

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) – People all across the country can enjoy pancakes for a good cause as part of the IHOP National Pancake Day on Tuesday. Sioux Falls IHOP manager Chris Spielman and Sanford Children’s Miracle Network development officer Bethany Olsen stopped by the KSFY Studio to …
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Metallica Making Their Way Back To Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D. – One of rock’s biggest bands is making their way back to Sioux Falls for the first time in 26 years. “Sioux Falls really is a home for rock and roll,” says KBACK Rock Radio Co-owner and DJ, Crash. For the first time in 26 years, legendary rock band Metallica will perform in Sioux Falls.
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After icy Monday, Siouxland braces for round two

After icy Monday, Siouxland braces for round two

SIOUX CITY — Siouxland braced for another round of wintry precipitation late Monday after icy conditions that morning shut down schools, canceled … The entirety of Siouxland continues under a winter weather advisory through noon Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls.
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Melvin D. Lake

After being Honorably Discharged, Melvin returned to SD and attended barber school in Sioux Falls. He was united in marriage to Janice Blue and Melvin worked as a barber in Watertown. He moved to Sisseton and worked as a tribal officer for the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe. He was united in …
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LifeScape president retires after decades of service

LifeScape president retires after decades of service

LifeScape’s top official will retire after decades of working for Sioux Falls nonprofits that serve people with disabilities. Anne Rieck McFarland will step down from her position as President and CEO of LifeScape by January of next year, according to an announcement last month from the nonprofit.
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Oh brother: Maxeys set to reunite on gridiron

Seth, 6-4, 206 pounds, first drew the Crookston coaches’ eyes at a combine in Sioux Falls and he committed after making his official visit. “I was talking to their coach and asking who else they were recruiting from Sioux City and they said nobody,” said Seth, who made the move to East to play against …
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A Driverless Future Threatens the Laws of Real Estate

A Driverless Future Threatens the Laws of Real Estate

“Real estate might be the industry that is most transformed by autonomous vehicles,” said David Silver, who teaches self-driving engineering at Udacity Inc., an online university that has enrolled more than 10,000 students who want in on the transport of the future. “It could change real estate from a …
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Vermont City, Real Estate Startup Try Out Blockchain for Recording Property Transactions

In South Burlington, Vt., population 18,000 or so, a company called Propy has set up a pilot project with the City Clerk’s Office to test out blockchain as a new way to record property transactions. As of right now, the pilot is pretty limited in scope and runs almost entirely on the company’s side of operations.
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