The outcomes of 2018, as revealed in the Times

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Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2019 4:04 pm

The Times reported on many changes throughout 2018. For the next few weeks, the Times will relive these events.

May 3 – Bok honored for academic excellence

The best and brightest from the Class of 2018 were honored for their academic achievements at the 28th Annual Academic Excellence Banquet in Pierre April 23. Miranda Bok represented Dakota Valley. Callie Olson was also selected but was unable to attend.

May 10 – Working Mom focuses on quality time

Sarah Powell is a loving mom who says “yes” to time spent with her children, still tucks her children into bed at night and makes family her priority. She’s also a full-time physician at Ear, Nose & Throat Consultants in Dakota Dunes, balancing work and family.

May 17 – Seniors: Goodbye and good luck

The Dakota Valley 2018 graduating seniors said goodbye to their school as they walked the halls one last time before accepting their diplomas May 12. Speeches were given by Callie Olson, Miranda Bok, Noah Keime, Chase Olsen, Aidan Vick and Hanna Cummins.

May 24 – Business expands into management

J&M Real Estate has always been known for their real estate capabilities. However, starting back in May 2017, they expanded their services by including property management. J&M manages a 69-unit and 53-unit apartment in Sioux City, over 100 apartments units in Sioux Falls and 60-unit apartment in Brandon, SD.

See full story in this week’s Dakota Dunes / North Sioux City Times.