4 Modern Web Browsers that Will Make You Forget All About Internet Explorer
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.
How to Dispose of Old Electronics and Clear Space for Your Socks
With the average lifespan of technology down to just a few years, many of us end up with outdated electronic devices collecting dust in the sock drawer. Instead of taking up space, here are some options for disposing of old devices — and what you should do to ensure you’ve removed all sensitive data first.
Two, Fore, Six, Eight, MR. Golf Car is Doing Great!
A golf car can be seen as a necessity for some folks. Whether on the course, in the campground, or taking a joyride, MR. Golf Car has a car for everyone. Their reliable staff and excellent customer service ensures your ride will be different than anyone else’s.
Still Going Strong at 90
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.
How South Dakota Helped Save the World from Nuclear Calamity
Visitors and locals alike are often surprised to learn that South Dakota played a crucial role in the nation’s defense during the Cold War. For three decades, 150 nuclear missiles capable of massive destruction were buried beneath the plains, ready to be launched at a moment’s notice. Today, the National Park Service runs a historic site that provides a fascinating glimpse into the chilling past.
The History of Cable TV: Part I
The number of television channels available to today’s consumer is so extensive, it’s hard to believe viewers were once limited to just three networks. Read on to learn how the change occurred.
Kuchen Remains King, But Pizza Reigns Supreme
We first profiled Roger and Lori Pietz in our January 2010 issue of Horizons. Their business has grown quite a bit since then! Today, Pietz’s Kuchen Kitchen & Specialties has expanded beyond their namesake kuchen and sells pizza, kolaches, and meat rolls … and they’re about to add another new product that is sure to be a hit!
Gotcha! April Fools’ Pranks Through History
April 1 is synonymous with practical jokes and hoaxes. While its origins are unclear, April Fools’ Day has been around a lot longer than you might think! From bathing lions to spaghetti trees, there have been plenty of elaborate pranks over the centuries. Click below to read about some of our favorites!
QR Codes Make a Comeback
QR codes have made a comeback in the past year as a result of the COVID -19 pandemic, which has forced businesses to creatively reassess safety protocols.
Scholarship Helps Recipient Return Home
Tim Hartmann realized the benefits of a scholarship even before graduating from Custer High School in 2010.