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 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.
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!
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 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.
Tim Hartmann realized the benefits of a scholarship even before graduating from Custer High School in 2010.
Remembering the good old days may mean looking back just a few months before March 1, 2020. Many of us may longingly recall being able to travel or going out for dinner and a movie with friends without concern.
A Look at Some of the First Scholarship Recipients 20 + Years Later