January 28 is Data Privacy Day, an opportunity to take stock of your online security measures. Check out our tips for protecting your personal data and reducing your odds of falling victim to hackers.
Lisa Lockhart, a barrel racing champion from Oelrichs, has won many regional and national events but enjoys the journey more than the accolades. Even that pales in importance to family. Read more about this self-described wife, mother, and barrel racer.
COVID-19 has posed a challenge to healthcare systems in South Dakota and across the country, but the Winner area has weathered the storm with care from Winner Regional Hospital.
Committed Employees Strive to Provide Exceptional Service Golden West employs 172 people with service ranging from less than one year to 50 years. Collectively, the group has served Golden West for 2,142 years, which averages to 12.5 years per employee. Golden West...
The Good family has owned a ranch in Long Valley for 70 years. Between training and breeding performance horses, rodeo and holding annual training clinics, they’re keeping busy!
The owner of Thikaga Construction is building quality, affordable homes that are helping make a positive difference on the Pine Ridge Reservation and other Lakota communities across the state. His first project, working for the Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation, is a 34-acre “regenerative community” focused on serving as a catalyst for change on the reservation.
Why Shopping Local Matters More Than Ever Even in a normal year, shopping local makes a difference. With the challenges of 2020, it’s more important than ever to support businesses in your community. Some Golden West communities like Dell Rapids, Hartford and Martin...
The Woehls both grew up on commercial ranches but had limited their herd to a few grade Angus on their 300-acre spread outside Hot Springs while raising their children. They were drawn to Dexters because of the breed’s overall heartiness and docile temperament. The animal’s smaller size — they’re about half as large as a commercial cow — was a plus given the couple’s limited acreage. At the time Dexters were on the Livestock Conservancy’s endangered list but have since been moved to the watch list after making an impressive comeback.
The South Dakota Telecommunications Association (SDTA) has awarded a $2,000 memorial scholarship to Jackson Liewer of Burke, SD.
Small towns see increase in sales tax revenue.