Lake Area Technical Institute is taking the recently-launched Build Dakota Scholarship program a step further by partnering with the community to increase the number of full-ride scholarships made possible by a $25 million donation from T. Denny Sanford and a $25 million grant by Gov. Dennis Daugaard from the South Dakota Future Fund.
PIERRE – The South Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy graduated 44 officers from across the state.
Karen Burke of Golden LivingCenter is the Millie Award Recipient.
Several members of the Vietnam Veterans Chapter 1054 gathered recently to thank the Watertown Community Foundation for its support of their trip to Washington D.C. this spring.
SIOUX FALLS – Vast Broadband, formerly WOW!, has officially launched in select service areas throughout South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota. It features a new name and website (VASTbroadband.com).
Connecting Point Computer Center announced it has attained a Gold Devices and Deployment competency, demonstrating “best-in-class” ability and commitment to meet Microsoft Corp. customers’ business needs and distinguishing itself within the top 1 percent of Microsoft’s partner ecosystem.
Courtney Schaefer of South Shore was awarded the Pacesetter 40 award. Pacesetter 40 honors financial representatives who sell 40 life policies during their first six months in the business.
SIOUX FALLS – Great Western Bank is closing its branches in the Walmart store on South Louise Avenue in Sioux Falls and at the Western Mall at the end of the month.
Many parents don’t talk to their kids about money. As a financial planner, I’m an exception to that norm. My kids would be quick to tell you I talk to them about money a lot.
Motivational Speaker Craig MacFarlane recently spoke to Watertown High and Middle School students sponsored by the Arrow Education Foundation and Friends.