"Sioux Falls is the most populous city in the U.S. state of South Dakota and the 139th-most populous city in the United States. It is the county seat of Minnehaha County and also extends into Lincoln County to the south, proximate with the Iowa state line. As of 2020, Sioux Falls had an estimated population of 195,850. The Sioux Falls metro area accounts for more than a quarter of the state's entire population. Chartered in 1856 on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the city is situated in the rolling hills at the junction of interstates 29 and 90"- Wikipedia.
How To Step ‘Out of the Darkness’ This Weekend in Sioux Falls
Say something. Anything. Just reach out, you could be saving a life. Maybe your own. And walk...as if lives depend on it!
Sidewalk Surfers Are Stoked for Sioux Falls New Skate Park
The city of Sioux Falls gave its final approval on Tuesday night authorizing a new 30,000-square-foot state-of-the-art skate park to be built in the city next spring.
Have You Seen This Sign in Sioux Falls? What Does It Mean?
There are similar signs all around the city of Sioux Falls. They are green and white with a bike icon and a number.
Where to Find the Hated/Loved Sioux Falls Roundabouts
Some people love them, others don't. Roundabouts are meant to ease traffic delays and keep the flow going. Sioux Falls has five roundabouts.
New Starbucks Opening This Fall Near North Sioux Falls Walmart
Another Starbucks location is coming to Sioux Falls and this time it will be the most northern location in the city.
Two Sioux Falls Businesses Busted in Alcohol Compliance Check
27 businesses were checked in the Southeast area of the city
Visit These Haunted Locations and Scary Legends Around Sioux Falls
Stories and lore created by a fire while camping are to be handed down from generation to generation.
Have Rake? Will Travel? Rake the Town Takes the Spooky Out of Yard Work
What begins with you and a rake - - and ends with friendship, smiles, and gratitude? Rake the Town.
Has the Boxelder Bug Nuisance Invaded Sioux Falls Yet?
First, it was mosquitos, then the flies and noisy cicadas. Now, in all their splendor, we have the seasonal Boxelder bug making its annual appearance.