SDN Blog

Mark Benton, Midstate Communications

Community service is encouraged by example rather than by mandate at Midstate Communications in Kimball, S.D. Read More»

Cash for Classrooms

SDN Communications has a special interest in helping education. The company’s support of the Sioux Falls Public Schools Education Foundation is among the evidence documenting SDN’s strong belief in the importance of good schools. Read More»

GenCyber

Interest is running high in a cybersecurity camp designed for girls that will be held at Dakota State University. Read More»

Telephone Keypad

The tornado that hit Delmont on Mother’s Day and is a good reminder of why it’s important to keep a landline phone in your home and business. Read More»

SDN Breast Cancer Survivors

Shauna Sperle has participated before in cancer walks. But this is the first year she has participated as a cancer survivor. Read More»

Family Visitation Center Room Design

The Family Visitation Center served more than 720 children in 2014 and has more than 30 kids on its waiting list. It would like to be able to serve every child in the community in need of its services. Read More»

STARBASE program gives kids an educational boost

Starbase - South Dakota

Fifth-graders who participate in the STARBASE educational program learn about Newton’s laws of motion and other scientific principles in exciting ways. Read More»

Feeding SD Backpack Program

Feeding South Dakota addresses the challenge of hunger by providing food to people across the state. The organization depends on donations from companies and individuals to pursue its mission. Read More»

United Way Heart Club Lunch Box Challenge

SDN Communications won bragging rights and lunch for more than 100 of staff members by signing up more Heart Club members for the Sioux Empire United Way than SONIFI Solutions. Read More»

Serving as a volunteer instructor for Junior Achievement of South Dakota is a rewarding and memorable experience for Nick Kortan. “I always walk away from the ethics class discussions just amazed with the wide variety of responses you can get from a room of 15 kids,” says Kortan. Read More»