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Finding Your Roots on Ancestor Appreciation Day

Each generation of every family has unique personalities and even some characters. Today is Ancestor Appreciation Day which was established to bring awareness and appreciation for previous generations. It’s a great day to ask questions of your living relatives and… (Continue Reading)


Sun outages expected Sept. 25 to Oct. 14

During the spring and fall of each year, TV service for TDS customers experience a technical phenomenon called “sun outages.” This fall, the solar satellite interference are expected from Sept. 25 to Oct. 14. During this period the sun causes… (Continue Reading)

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Tuesday, Sept. 19 is National IT Professionals Day

Today (Sept. 19), on National Information Technology (IT) Professionals Day, TDS thanks the hundreds of TDS associates who dedicate each day to developing new software solutions, to maintaining hardware systems, and to troubleshooting complex network issues. IT professionals are essential… (Continue Reading)


TDS associates reflect on Hispanic Heritage Month

Sept. 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. From now through Oct. 15, this period celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans with heritage from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Hispanic Americans have been… (Continue Reading)

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Pay your student loans — not scammers

You’ve probably heard the news — federal student loan repayments are starting again in October. But scammers might try and tell you they can help you avoid repayment, lower your payments, or get your loans forgiven — for a price.… (Continue Reading)


22 Years Later, Remembering 9/11

Sept. 11, 2001, was a clear sunny day in the eastern United States. A simple Tuesday, a school day, and a work day. Most everyone who is old enough to recall that day, remember the horror they felt as the… (Continue Reading)