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SD Broadband Report

Rural South Dakotans have greater access to wired broadband telecommunications services than many of their counterparts across the country, according to a new report released by the South Dakota Dashboard and the South Dakota Telecommunications Association. Read More»

Rod Bowar, SD Hall of Fame Inductee

Rod Bowar has perhaps the most unique career path in South Dakota telecommunications. Rod has taken his entrepreneurial spirit and created numerous business divisions for Kennebec Telephone Company Inc. as the major owner of (KTCI). Read More»

Southwest West Central Service Cooperative

Southwest West Central Service Cooperative (SWWC) headquartered in Marshall, MN, has chosen SDN Communications and its Minnesota and South Dakota partner companies to provide several broadband services to approximately 50 sites, including schools, libraries and other government agencies. Read More»

Cybersecurity event

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce will cohost a regional cybersecurity conference March 27 at the Holiday Inn City Centre in Sioux Falls. Read More»

NAO Humanoid Robot

Two Sioux Falls teachers got a big surprise on Wednesday that will help them in their classrooms. The Sioux Falls Education Foundation presented them with checks to buy some high tech pieces of equipment that will take their students around the world and to infinity and beyond. Read More»

Thune, Klobuchar want all calls to connect (Update)

US Capitol Building

Persistent telephone call completion problems in rural states are creating major inconveniences for families, hurting businesses, and threatening public safety, but a bill introduced by Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) and cosponsored by Sen. John Thune (R-South Dakota) could fix the problem. Read More»

Thune, Klobuchar want all calls to connect

US Capitol

Bipartisan effort aims to improve persistent phone call completion problem plaguing South Dakota, Minnesota Read More»

2016 SDN Board of Managers

SDN Communications’ Board of Managers was elected during its recent annual meeting. Board members will serve a one-year term. Read More»

Cybersecurity Story from South Dakota Public Broadcasting

New Cyber Security guidelines put in place by the National Institute of Standards and Technology aim to better protect the country from cyber attacks. Officials say foreign cyber attacks could target US businesses and critical infrastructure such as power plants and dams.​ Read More»

Business Cyber Training story on KSFY

Cyber attacks are on the rise and they’re targeting nearly every aspect of our daily lives – personal and professional. Tuesday, a cyber security seminar focused on how businesses in our state can protect themselves and their consumers from getting attacked. Read More»

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