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Joe Kirby led the move to home rule for Sioux Falls three decades ago. As the metro changes, how must government adapt? What do you think?
The number of panhandlers in Sioux Falls is growing each year. They wouldn't be there if it didn't work. The solutions are known. The problem is following through.
Midwestern cities are struggling to adapt to transportation needs and realities. There are answers out there if local elected leaders want to listen.
Influential forces intersect in potential ban of future slaughterhouses in Sioux Falls. Emergence of Gov. Kristi Noem in the debate demonstrates what's at stake when city residents vote in November.
The foundation of what we do is tell you stories to help you make decisions about your life. The question we all need to ask is, "Why?" That's the question Patrick Lalley in Sioux Falls will be asking in his new column.
The missing child, Amirae Driver, was believed to have been abducted at 1:19 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24.

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Stark County residents and stakeholders are invited to attend, in person or virtually, as FEMA discusses the release of newly revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps at City Hall.
Neither descriptions of the suspect nor information on how many suspects may have been involved was provided by authorities.
An armed robbery of a truck stop early Friday morning in northern Stark County persists as the Stark County Sheriff's Office requests public assistance.

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