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SDN Board of Members 2006

Three decades of expanding services and market area have altered SDN Communications in a number of fundamental and obvious ways. One interesting, secondary change has been in how competitors perceive the successful company. Read More»

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Telephone Authority was awarded a Connect South Dakota Grant under a plan to bring fiber-optic broadband internet to people in Timber Lake. Read More»

Alliance Communications

Alliance Communications, based in Garretson, S.D., received a grant from the State of South Dakota to bring fiber-optic broadband Internet to an underserved area north of Sherman, S.D. Read More»

South Dakota Capitol

Connect South Dakota, the state program designed to fund broadband projects in unserved and underserved areas across the state, recently awarded $5 million to its first grant recipients. Read More»

Beresford Municipal Telephone Installing Fiber

The Beresford Municipal Telephone Company will invest about $5 million to significantly upgrade connectivity for internet and phone services. Read More»

SDN Communications Wi-Fi trailer

SDN Communications’ new Wi-Fi Trailer was a popular attraction at community gatherings around South Dakota during its first event season. The trailer is expected to be in even greater demand in 2019. Read More»

Lismore Telephone

For a small business, the Lismore Coop Telephone Company delivers big. The 112-year-old Minnesota company upgraded all of its copper telephone lines to fiber nearly a decade ago and has probided wireless services for nearly 30 years. Read More»

Zach Ducheneaux Riding A Horse - photo by Chris Dickinson

Think tribal territories don’t have technology? Think again. Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority in Eagle Butte stands out, not only locally but nationally. Read More»

family using internet on devices

As the state of South Dakota looks to connect all citizens, it should embrace all forms of connectivity, but do so realizing wireless technologies are a temporary fix. Read More»

Women putting together a puzzle

Preparing an ad and running it through Garretson-based Alliance Communications’ TV service turned out to be less expensive than one small business had expected. Running a TV ad in the Brandon region also proved effective. Read More»

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