Bob and Darlene Ecoffey say their Subway in Pine Ridge serves more than healthy sandwiches. The restaurant also provides opportunity and supports the community.
AI feels futuristic, but it has been around a long time. Its origins can be traced back thousands of years to ancient myths and legends. Interest has grown as technology has advanced.
From childhood play in the basement to fourth-generation owners – Ace Hardware in Hot Springs is not just a store; it’s a family legacy! With 90 years of ownership in the same family, Kelly and Brad Bednar are dedicated to serving their community of Hot Springs.
Brittany Moeller has been transforming the Dell Rapids Carnegie library into a tech-savvy haven for the past decade. From story time to maker spaces, the library is a hub for learning, exploring, and playing.
Concerned about your kids’ well-being on social media? The Surgeon General’s latest advisory underscores the concerning impact of social media on kids’ mental health.
Chad and Heather Whitney went from supplying local beef to owning their local drive-in.
Meet Lindsey Beckstrand, a nurse with a passion for fashion and a love for the farming lifestyle.
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.
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.