Golden West has invested in fiber since 2004 and 71% of subscribers are currently served. If it hasn’t come to your community yet, hang tight; within five years, the entire service territory should be upgraded to fiber.
When Maxine and Ray Montreal took to the streets with their food truck in 2014, that was just the start. After serving countless breakfast burritos, hot sandwiches, and goulash, they’ve opened a brick-and-mortar café in Montrose. Now, customers are catching on to new favorites like pancake lasagna.
The internet is a way of life for everybody these days — including kids. Whether they’re socializing with friends, gaming, or completing homework assignments, your children risk falling victim to cyberbullying, online predators, and other dangers. Follow these tips to help ensure they can safely navigate the world wide web.
Spam is an unfortunate fact of life. As part of Golden West’s commitment to keeping malicious emails out of your inbox, we’ve upgraded to a new spam filter. Functionality is the same, with an added layer of security, but you’ll notice a few cosmetic changes.
April is National Safe Digging Month. Calling 811 before breaking ground isn’t just a courtesy — it’s the law. Striking a buried utility line can result in service disruptions, injury, or death, and make you liable for steep fees and fines. Always call before you dig!
With the average lifespan of technology down to just a few years, many of us end up with outdated electronic devices collecting dust in the sock drawer. Instead of taking up space, here are some options for disposing of old devices — and what you should do to ensure you’ve removed all sensitive data first.