New finance officer a familiar face to many

New finance officer a familiar face to many

February 22, 2016 Contributed story/photo. By Sarah Ebeling, Editor, The New Era Newspaper sebeling@ncppub.com Jans now in second month of new position With almost two and a half years experience on the job Read More
Experience is teacher for LM students

Experience is teacher for LM students

February 19, 2016 Paws for a Cause hosts raffle Monday by Jane Utecht, Staff Reporter, Madison Daily Leader Reprinted with permission “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” is an old Read More
Best Damn Gun debuts new Sig P-series trigger kit

Best Damn Gun debuts new Sig P-series trigger kit

February 17, 2016 A Madison, SD contract manufacturer for the firearms industry is gaining national recognition for its precision gun parts. Best Damn Gun, LLC recently debuted a drop in trigger kit designed specifically Read More
CEO’s Report – Stay on Clean Power Plan denied, opposition continues

CEO’s Report – Stay on Clean Power Plan denied, opposition continues

February 1, 2016 On January 21, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied motions filed by states and industry, including the American Public Power Association, that sought to Read More
Heartland welcomes Crabtree as director of economic development

Heartland welcomes Crabtree as director of economic development

February 1, 2016 Heartland is excited to announce the hiring of Casey Crabtree as director of economic development. Crabtree comes to Heartland with over ten years of experience in marketing and sales. “I’m Read More
Winter Conference focuses on linemen, superintendents

Winter Conference focuses on linemen, superintendents

February 1, 2016 It wouldn’t be December in South Dakota without a little cold weather and wind, but that didn’t stop us from hosting our annual Winter Conference. This conference is designed for Read More
Madison Regional Health opens, obtains funding from Heartland

Madison Regional Health opens, obtains funding from Heartland

February 1, 2016 At a time when many health care facilities in rural Midwest communities are renovating or expanding in order to keep up with the latest technology and improve patient services, one Read More
Plankinton fulfills housing need with new development

Plankinton fulfills housing need with new development

February 1, 2016 Plankinton Development Corporation President Ron Kristensen believes his community is in a unique position – poised for growth but limited by one necessity. “We have jobs, but we need sites ready Read More
New convenience store in Akron to fill need, draw traffic

New convenience store in Akron to fill need, draw traffic

February 1, 2016 City officials in Akron are making preparations for a new convenience store to help draw visitors to its business district. The city purchased two adjacent lots near the downtown entrance Read More
January student of the month is a role model

January student of the month is a role model

February 1, 2016 Heartland is pleased to announce Christina Winker as our January student of the month. A senior at Howard High School, Winker is recognized for her classroom achievements and setting a Read More