Cloud storage is a service that allows for storing data by transferring it over the internet or other networks to an offsite storage system maintained by a third party.
Casey Remmers and his business partner opened Creekside Meats in October 2021. “We chose to start our business in Hartford, because the city has seen a lot of growth, and it’s a perfect-sized community where you can get to know your customers,” Casey says. The business hopes to inspire these customers to spend more time cooking and grilling good food for family and friends.
Performance Seed in Midland blends, bags and ships one million pounds of bird seed each week. Their innovative bag design and use of local railroad helps them supply the country with quality bird seed from South Dakota.
Easements play a critical role in getting internet access to customers, particularly in rural areas. In fact, if it wasn’t for easements, it would be extremely difficult – and very expensive – to bring life-affirming services to people who want and need them. Water, natural gas, electricity and yes telecommunications, all need easements to connect homes or businesses.
From finances and mysteries to business strategies and health, the topics available via podcasts offer education and entertainment.
Tanya McIlravy from Philip has found a career telecommuting with the USDA and works with a team of 10 people around the country. She is appreciative of her high-speed, secure internet and landline phone. Telecommuting has offered Tanya the benefits of advancing her career and gaining flexibility with her schedule.
As the holidays fast approach, it can be challenging to get everything done while also trying to enjoy the season. There’s good news. There are mobile apps to help you accomplish everything from shopping to wrapping to visiting Santa. Or as they say – “There’s an app for that!”
Rugged custom-built trailers gain fame on TV, in movies South Dakota-based trailer manufacturer; TRAIL-EZE, has been delivering on its “Trailers for any job” tagline for 59 years. The company specializes in custom-built equipment-hauling trailers, and with payload...
Minimize pain with a few simple adjustments to ensure you are viewing your electronics in an ergonomically appropriate way.
Your household may already be equipped with these everyday tech essentials. But you can raise the bar for your Christmas gift giving with several ultra-cool (and useful) tech-enhanced goodies.
Golden West provides its members with a broadband connection to the internet. The cooperative also offers and supports a router for convenient Wi-Fi access for the growing number of devices online today. But what does that all mean?
Michael Fitzmaurice is South Dakota’s lone surviving Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. It is the highest award for valor in action against an enemy force. Fitzmaurice was honored for his personal bravery and self-sacrifice serving in the U.S. Army in Vietnam.
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe has reintroduced 800-plus head of buffalo on 28,000 acres of grasslands as part of its Wolakota Regenerative Buffalo Range & Wildlife Sanctuary. It’s the largest Native American owned and managed bison herd in North America today.
Brothers Bob and Rick Zwart started “jockeying cars” in high school. Over the past 23 years they have grown that love into a 120-car auto sales business.
Screen time could be impacting your eyes. A Hot Springs optometrist says spending large amounts of time on a computer or other electronic device can cause digital eye strain.
Established in 1905, the family-owned First Fidelity Bank in Burke has a 117-year history to its credit. Today the bank has offices in six additional South Dakota communities.
Smart technology can help seniors remain independent in their homes longer as they age. Many tools exist with more coming on the market all the time to minimize potential safety hazards associated with physical and cognitive challenges.
Travis and Wendy Kuehl enjoy Hartford’s small-town progressive feel – including fiber optics from Golden West. When the couple opened Travis Electric in 2005, it was a one-man operation; today the company employs 24 people. And like Hartford, it’s still growing.