“Heath care is an important part of Main Street and keeping people local. It starts a ripple effect among businesses.” – Lexy Eggert
Jade Konst’s interest in technology combined with his previous work and personal experiences prompted him to launch Locked & Loaded Security Solutions in Murdo with his wife Bailey. He and his team started the business just before the pandemic by installing camera systems in 53 calving barns in four months.
Adults over age 35 may recall being told to “Turn off the boob tube!” after spending too much time watching TV. That’s outdated slang for the television set combined with the perceived perception of the mindless masses that watched it.
Brian Anderson once worked on set with Dustin Diamond, Bob Saget, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. The former child actor gave up his acting dreams when his family moved to Dell Rapids, but his passion for cinema lives on. Today, he owns the historic Dells Theatre — and it’s his mission to keep the town entertained.
Now that 10-digit dialing is mandatory, you might be wondering why an extra digit is required for certain calls. Learn when (and when not) to dial a 1 before placing your call!
David and Merissa Alink didn’t let their busy lives stop them from pursuing their passion project. The Hot Springs couple opened Black Hills Bulk Foods in 2021 to provide local residents with high-quality regional meat and produce at affordable prices. Business is booming — proof that they’re filling an important niche.
After nearly two decades of global web browser domination, Internet Explorer has been put out to pasture. Fortunately, there are several “modern” web browsers that are convenient, easy to use, and packed with features. Our Internet Help Desk Supervisor talks about the pros and cons of each, and why you should make the switch ASAP to protect sensitive data.
Stacy and Kyle Wengler own two very different businesses in Hartford — but they complement each other in different ways. Learn more about their eye-catching sign, their devotion to the local business community, and why they probably won’t complain about too much garbage.
Sweet clover, sage brush, and bromegrass line the borrow pits along the two-lane ribbon of U.S. Hwy. 18 as it winds over hills, down draws, and around ridges west of Edgemont, South Dakota, into Wyoming. Ranching reigns supreme here with cows, round bales of hay, stock dams, and windmills outnumbering homes along the rural landscape.
Golden West’s scholarship program has been going strong since 1999. Every year, the cooperative awards $1,000 scholarships to more than 40 deserving high school seniors across the service territory. Contributions now total over $1 million! These students possess...