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!”
Webmail offers many benefits over traditional email clients. You get remote access anywhere there’s an internet connection and web browser; direct access to quarantined Spam messages; the ability to create custom folders and contact lists; and easy access to storage data.
Badlands Lead to Good Adventures If you’ve ever stopped for free ice water at Wall Drug before exploring the rugged pinnacles and spires of the Badlands, you can relate to the editors of Midwest Living magazine. The regional publication honored both South Dakota...
Bob and Karen Brown didn’t wait for retirement to pursue their RV dream. Nowadays, the couple owns the Badlands / White River KOA Holiday — a seasonal retreat that is popular with people of all ages, from families with young children to retirees.
Combining Culture & Curriculum Lakota Tech High School Offers Career Exploration Taylor, a sophomore at Lakota Tech High School, wants to be a sports physical therapist. She credits the school’s curriculum — a combination of traditional academics and real-world...
There’s a lot of confusion about 5G. The term is used for both cellular and Wi-Fi technology, but the only thing they have in common is a number and a letter. Read on to learn the difference between 5G and 5GHz — plus, get some tips on maximizing your home Wi-Fi network’s performance.
Robin and Justin Eich both grew up in small communities. When the couple married and decided to start a family, they wanted a similar upbringing for their kids. Hartford proved to be the ideal setting; 20 years later, they are thriving — at home, at work, and in their many extracurricular activities.
When Teri Arneson of Elm Springs drove into town one day, everybody was gathered at the fire station. Her curiosity sparked her to start a community Facebook group to help with communication.
That was 2014. Today, the Elm Springs Community News, Etc. Facebook group has 442 members regularly sharing posts.
Once upon a time, connecting to the internet subjected users to a series of electronic bleeps and bloops and ear-screeching static. Today, broadband gets the job done a lot more quietly, and offers a much faster and reliable experience. If you’ve ever wondered what broadband is exactly, read on!