Candy Hanson has stepped back from leading Sioux Falls Thrive. Former Sioux Falls City Councilor Michelle Erpenbach is the new president.
A Thrive task team has developed a unique housing screening tool that virtually anyone in the community could use to make a housing referral.
For Anny Libengood, service providers have long needed and discussed many changes to the local housing system. Now those changes are becoming reality.
When Debbie Riter volunteered for Kid Link Riverside, she knew she wanted to help other families create lasting memories.
With rural populations declining, sustaining a competitive workforce requires Sioux Falls to grow its own. That begins with school-age children.
Your knowledge about the Riverside neighborhood can help make sure that Kid Link is set up in a way that respects and supports residents and school families.
One-third of our school-age children face disadvantages that make achieving their educational and career potential difficult.
Feeding South Dakota brings its neighborhood-based mobile food pantry back to Laura B. Anderson Elementary School on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Sioux Falls Thrive welcomed four new members to its governing board Oct. 28. Joining the 11-member team are Mary Dally, CPA Partner, Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co, LLP; Pooja Pullman, MBA, Head of Internal Audit, Raven Industries; Alex Ramirez, Owner, USA Media TV...
KELOLand Living says a Sioux Falls feeding program will serve weekly meals in the Laura B. Anderson neighborhood beginning Nov. 3, 2020.