Diana Lee thought October 17, 2014 was just another Friday. She recalls it was a beautiful fall day. Lee was getting ready to go pheasant hunting when she received a text message from her daughter, Pamela Ann Kneip, telling...

The Kalon Project

Local Sioux Falls artist Jillian Gunlicks is a deep believer in intuition, finding hope in unimaginable circumstances, and knowing when the timing is right to do the next thing. That is what has brought her to start The Kalon Project:...
Local artists and crafters are being put the test, all with the goal to help build homes for those in need. The upcoming ReStorAtion Art Auction sponsored by Habitat for Humanity is in its third year, and will be...
Having the ability to read and write is something most may take for granted, but some in the community haven’t had the opportunity to develop literacy. REACH for Literacy is a small non-profit organization in the area. This year...
By Leah Vanden Bosch Animal lovers have the opportunity to give the gift of shelter this holiday season, with the Humane Society caring for countless loving, domestic pets in need of a home. The holiday season is a popular time...
Animal lovers have the opportunity to give the gift of shelter this holiday season, with the Humane Society caring for countless loving, domestic pets in need of a home. “The animals are affectionate and loving, and they are incredibly loyal,”...

Recycling Season

The timing of ReStore Recycles Day couldn't be more appropriate, with the season of giving upon us. Owned and operated by the local Habitat for Humanity organization, ReStore offers shoppers quality appliances, cabinets, flooring, and hardware made to turn...

Time to Get Writing

Jason Kurtz is an English teacher at Harrisburg High School. He teaches composition to freshmen and English to juniors. Kurtz is also a college adjunct instructor at the University of Sioux Falls. Despite his busy schedule, he decided this...

Celebrating Equality

Dakotas’ Equality Summit is not just for the LGBT community; it’s also for allies. Conference chair for the Dakotas’ Equality Summit is Billy Mawhiney. He served on the board of the Center for Equality in Sioux Falls for several years....
If I can’t feed my children, how will I ever be able to get them school supplies? The Banquet in Sioux Falls is a food ministry that serves 13 meals per week to the surrounding community for those struggling to...

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