Stacy and Kyle Wengler own two very different businesses in Hartford — but they complement each other in different ways. Learn more about their eye-catching sign, their devotion to the local business community, and why they probably won’t complain about too much garbage.
Sweet clover, sage brush, and bromegrass line the borrow pits along the two-lane ribbon of U.S. Hwy. 18 as it winds over hills, down draws, and around ridges west of Edgemont, South Dakota, into Wyoming. Ranching reigns supreme here with cows, round bales of hay, stock dams, and windmills outnumbering homes along the rural landscape.
Price increases are one of those unpleasant realities we all face. In 2022, this has become especially obvious when filling gas or shopping for groceries can cause sticker shock. Many factors impact the price of a gallon of gas or milk. The same is true for cable television rates.
Golden West recognizes t the importance of keeping members connected and safe. Three-digit dialing codes have long provided easy access to everything from road conditions to community and emergency services. Beginning July 16, you will be able to speak with a trained counselor by dialing 988 — a new national mental health crisis and suicide prevention hotline.
From phony sweepstakes to romance scams, senior citizens are a favorite target of cybercriminals. The Consumer Protection Division of the South Dakota Attorney General’s Office is committed to helping protect the elderly by providing tips on staying safe. This week’s article focuses on privacy settings and navigating some of the popular social media sites.
Cybercrime is on the rise, and senior citizens are especially vulnerable. Senior Companions of South Dakota, in partnership with the Attorney General’s Office, sponsors events aimed at educating seniors about the risks and providing them with tools to help protect their personal information.