Golden West network technicians experience a lot of behind-the-scenes action. Two of them recently descended into Jewel Cave atop an elevator to assist in a National Park Service project. Learn about their experience below ground and how long it took to add cable and replace old equipment. (Hint: not as long as you might think!).
Sure, there are the clever billboards that line the interstate for hundreds of miles. The free ice water and the legendary donuts. But after 90 years in business, the success of Wall Drug might just boil down to a single word.
When Ron and Trisha Larson were featured in the September 2013 issue of Horizons, their focus was on computer sales and repairs. They have since diversified, expanding the computer business and adding a coffee shop to the mix. Ron says these opportunities wouldn’t have been available if they’d stayed in Iowa.
PennyWise Publisher Helps Keep the Homeless Warm While Overseeing Historic Renovation
Almost a century ago, Lyndy Ireland’s great-grandparents purchased a kit home from the Sears Roebuck catalog. Today, that house is on the State and National Registers of Historic Places … and attracts visitors from around the world.
New Directors, Bylaws and Amendments Over 200 members attended the 69th annual meeting of the Golden West Telecommunications Cooperative on Saturday, Sept. 25. They heard from the president and general manager, elected board members, and decided on proposed amendments...
Edgemont isn’t exactly fertile breeding ground for Hollywood producers, but it was home to Sean Covel, who’s also artist, Rebecca Swift's publishing partner, for the first 18 years of his life. Best known as a producer of the critically acclaimed, cult-classic film...
Bridgewater Musician & Makeup Artist Illustrates Children’s Book Series Rebecca Swift has pursued many interests over the years. The Bridgewater resident is a makeup artist, musician, social media director, illustrator, and mother of three. She may not be a...
Pheasants have long been a symbol of South Dakota. With more birds per capita than any other state, South Dakota attracts pheasant hunters both near and far every October. Their arrival gives a boost to rural economies in areas like Gregory and Winner that extends beyond dollars and cents.
Meet Brad Montague of Star of the West Hat Company. His custom built hats have caught the attention of everybody from rural ranchers to big-name celebrities.