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Wild Idea Buffalo Co. in South Dakota Introduces Wild Idea Work Boots – Watch the Film

A Wild Idea – Bison, a Boot and a Family’s Work to Save the Prairie

How the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota created its own wireless education network with help from MuralNet for around $250,000.

Leaders with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in central South Dakota say they have found a low-cost solution to the tribe’s computer and internet needs that will aid education but which may ultimately improve life overall in the community.

Manufacturing is a Ticket to Rural Prosperity

Manufacturing businesses are essential contributors to our economic health and wellbeing, infusing $2.38 trillion annually into the national economy.

The Agriculture Industry Didn’t Have a Data Platform–So Sara Menker Created One

Gro Intelligence’s software helps power the multitrillion-dollar agriculture industry.

The United States Of Venture Capital: The Most Active VC In Each State

Despite recent challenges, venture capital firms are still seeking out investment opportunities across the country. Since our last analysis of most active VCs in June 2020, we’ve seen shake-ups across 6 states.

Can the Public in North and South Dakota Be Educated to Wear Masks?

The Midwest has been the epicenter of coronavirus since late August, led by North and South Dakota. Masks have the potential to significantly reduce viral transmission, but neither state mandates their use. Will a public health campaign help?

As Smart Cities Grow, Data Consolidation Efforts Should Too – iConnect Montana

“Cities’ data is very siloed. So if you were looking at this, just from a general smart city perspective, the lighting vendor doesn’t talk to the parking vendor, who doesn’t talk to the water vendor, who doesn’t talk to weather management.

Wyoming, South Dakota launch joint tourism campaign

“Wyoming and South Dakota’s new road trip campaign will truly showcase the pioneering spirit, a rich history and Western hospitality both states have to offer.” Wyoming’s Governor Mark Gordon

Google and Facebook Look to July 2021 for an Office Return. Can You Do the Same?

Plans to resume business as usual by next July might be unrealistic. But you can learn from how the big companies are planning for it.

The 10 Dumbest Phrases Used By Economic Developers

(1) “Attract and Retain Business”