When Starbucks introduced the Pumpkin Spice Latte in 2003, it created a monster: the drink was so popular, other companies began selling pumpkin spice flavored products. Today, you can find pumpkin spice mac ‘n cheese, marshmallows, cough drops, beer, and more. Even Golden West is getting in on the action with an exciting pumpkin spice-themed fall offer!
Electronic reading devices seem like a modern invention but were originally proposed almost a century ago. Today, e-readers are a $30 billion global industry and coexist peacefully alongside print books. They offer benefits like portability and customizable text, and are environmentally friendly, too.
Congratulations to the winning photos for our small 2022 calendar.
When accessing the internet with a mobile device like a phone or tablet, you can connect using cellular data or Wi-Fi. In almost all cases, Wi-Fi is the better choice. Read more to learn why!
T&C has been a fixture in Dell Rapids since 1976. The service station/convenience store offers everything from hot dogs and cold beer to a friendly ear and community support.
Family Principles Guide Fourth-Generation Grocer When RF Buche was four years old, he snuck out of his house in Gregory during a blizzard and walked through the snow just to spend time with his dad. His destination? The family grocery...
Rural Douglas County Healthcare System Confronts COVID Head-On Rural healthcare providers face challenges, but that isolation can be beneficial, too. When COVID-19 arrived in South Dakota, it took a while for cases to reach rural areas....
You might think fabric shortages would negatively impact a quilt shop. But for sisters, Deb Mergen and Diane Bunkers, owners of Always Your Design in Dell Rapids, it simply meant an opportunity to lend a helping hand.
When food supplies dwindled as the pandemic forced the packing industry to scale back operations, Ken Charfauros and Janet Niehaus shuffled their plans to help ease demand.
When safety protocols dictated social distancing, schools and offices were suddenly off-limits. Students and professionals alike had to adapt to working online.