Honeybees are South Dakota’s state insect, and they play a big role in our economy. South Dakota ranks second in the nation in honey production thanks to an ideal combination of soil, topography, and climate — translating to a $30 million crop. But honeybees are on the decline and need our help to thrive.
The number of television channels available to today’s consumer is so extensive, it’s hard to believe viewers were once limited to just three networks. Read on to learn how the change occurred.
“There is nothing superior to fiber on the market as it relates to technology performance,” Golden West CEO and General Manager Denny Law said. “Fiber has been a great benefit for rural customers.”
Now in its 34th year, Dell Rapids Quarry Days promises fun activities and entertainment for the entire family, whether you’re into classic cars, corn hole, or dancing in the street. It’s just one of many annual events across South Dakota. The Exchange will help you keep track of fun things to do all year long!
When COVID-19 forced people to put away their passports, many became virtual tourists by slipping on virtual reality headsets. Once the stuff of science fiction, the technology offers real-world escapist entertainment … including traveling to far-flung locations around the globe from the comfort of your living room!
Robert Dennis says there are two things you never ask a rancher: how big their ranch is and how many cattle they own.
“That’s like asking how much money they have in the bank,” he explains. “We don’t like to be a braggy people!”