In today’s digital age, you constantly capture memories with your smartphone and camera. Learn how to protect your precious memories from data loss with the 3-2-1 backup method.
Calvin Ghost Bear, owner of G Force Tire & Auto Service, stumbled into the auto repair business in Pine Ridge in 2013 while setting up his contracting shop. The unexpected venture, born out of community need, now thrives after a decade.
Golden West’s field service team brought their splicing trailer to Edgemont High School, providing students with insights into telecommunications careers and emphasizing trade school benefits. Students also received advice from Human Resource Assistant Jody Pease on transitioning to the professional world.
Golden West cable TV subscribers are set to face increased monthly fees once again as the company renegotiates retransmission consent carriage agreements with local broadcast stations. Federal regulations mandate the renewal every three years, and affiliates are demanding substantial fee hikes, posing challenges for cable companies and its customers.
Follow these five basic steps to begin transforming core memories from the comfort of your home. Whether you have access to a scanner or rely on smartphone photography, there are various tools and apps available to simplify the process.
Meet Golden West Field Service Technician Spencer and discover why he’s so enthusiastic about serving smaller communities, like Hartford and the surrounding area. Spencer values connecting with customers face-to-face and continually learning how to best meet their needs.
Golden West Members can now register for our 2022 Win Big, Shop Local Customer Appreciation Giveaway! Entries close on December 9.
Eager to say goodbye to scattered files and the fear of losing precious memories? Golden West member Lori Lafferty not only uses the FOREVER service to digitize and protect her memories – she serves as a FOREVER ambassador. Through her business Photo Legacy Digital Solutions, she helps ensure people’s special moments aren’t lost or forgotten.
From family albums to travel experiences, digitizing helps preserve your photos for future generations. Start by choosing which digitization method works best for you – scanning or using your smartphone. The answer depends on your priorities and circumstances.
With each stitch, sisters Deb Mergen and Diane Bunkers sew together quilts of dedication, customer service, and community involvement. The pair has learned a lot about quilting in the 12 years they’ve owned and operated Always Your Design in Dell Rapids.