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Winners rise to top of six-candidate field, will take seats in July
The award came as a precursor the National Small Business Week, which celebrates dedication to the community that small businesses across America make.
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The Gunkels' plans to remodel the 615 N. Main St. building will be considered Monday by the Planning and Zoning Commission
In John Peterson’s first year of producing hemp crops on his Wakonda farm, he said he saw yields at about 28 bushels per acre

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Giving away 11 lots, which are each about a half-acre, is part of the first phase of the development.
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Cersosimo knew growing grapes would be a long-term project and said vines typically take three to four years to start.
Though upgrades to the complex may change a lot, Buche said the traditional focus on customer service will remain
Herbalife products main ingredient behind shakes and teas
Companies recognized at 125th meeting of South Dakota Retailers Association
Although hard work and the ability to adapt to the changing retail climate have helped drive their business, Lee and Renee Michael attribute their success to the loyal customers they served for over 40 years out of their Main Street clothing store, Michael's Toggery.

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“There are so many soils with different varieties of nutrients, and there are very few places in the area that carry the type of organic soils and fertilizers,” Jared Nespor said of his new business, Fruits of Freya.
The donation's estimated value runs upwards of $1,750.
Berry + Basil, a kitchenware store in Chamberlain, opened their doors just weeks before the pandemic peaked in South Dakota, but the co-owners found the challenges not to be disruptions.

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