The Internet of Things is a network of physical objects that connect to the internet and share data. Golden West employees talk about some of their favorites!
Katie runs Sweet & Sassy Chefs, a family-based small business in Edgemont that offers healthy, nutritious meals gourmet-style, relying on meat and produce grown on their ranch. The focus is on freezer meals, but Sweet & Sassy Chefs also caters a wide variety of events including weddings, birthdays, retirement parties, teacher appreciation days, and corporate trainings.
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love. Meet three Philip couples who have taken that notion to “heart” with a combined 183 years of wedded bliss.
Some people struggle to find careers they are passionate about. A farmer in Hartford has found two — and he’s balancing them both while raising a family.
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.
Scholarship Helps Recipient Return Home Tim Hartmann realized the benefits of a scholarship even before graduating from Custer High School in 2010. “Secondary education is not cheap,” he says. “I was very grateful to have the financial assistance to help me pursue my...
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...
Wieman Land & Auction Co. has been a mainstay in Marion since 1949. The key to success for this third-generation business has been embracing modern technology while still relying on old-fashioned handshakes.
“Our motto is, we’ll sell the earth and everything on it,” says owner Kevin Wieman. “So, anything else you can come up with, we’ve sold.”