The viral app, most recently part of a celebrity #FaceAppChallenge, allows users to upload photos to see how they might look when they’re old, if they were a different gender, etc. Although it has been around for a few years,… (Continue Reading)
One of Utah’s most popular state parks will once again play host to one of the world’s premier athletic events. Sand Hollow State Park – in Hurricane, Utah – has been selected to host the Ironman North American Championship Triathlon… (Continue Reading)
It’s a staggering number. More than 42 million Americans owe a total of nearly $1.5 trillion in student loan debt. It’s no wonder people look for help. But not all help is legit. Scammers are targeting borrowers with student loan… (Continue Reading)
Five of TDS’ communities were named as the top small towns for celebrating the Fourth of July. Check out what gives these cities an extra spark:
Capitan, New Mexico
If you plan to visit Capitan, you must go during the… (Continue Reading)
Located at 4,888 feet, the town of Severance’s elevation used to easily top its recorded population of 106 in 1990, but no more. The town’s population in 2018 was 5,064 and is projected to grow to nearly 10,000 by the… (Continue Reading)
TDS® is launching a new security product that will keep your online devices safe and protect your home internet.
With TDS Internet Security, you will be able to easily distribute and manage TDS internet security licenses from their My Account… (Continue Reading)
TDS Online Bill Pay is the fast, free, and easy way to view and pay your bill. Let’s face it; paying bills online has become the norm.
Here are some advantages to paying online:
Schedule automatic bill payments so when… (Continue Reading)
If you’re trying to clean up your credit, you’ll come across plenty of companies offering an easy fix. But any company promising instant results for a price is likely a scam. The Federal Trade Commission says Grand Teton is one… (Continue Reading)
Most parents don’t want their children accidentally wandering into the deep end of the internet without supervision. Since you can’t monitor every minute of your child’s life, online platforms and services offer a variety of parental controls. These can help… (Continue Reading)
Research from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that children between the ages of 8 to 18 spend up to eight hours online each day.
June is National Internet Safety Month. As schools close for summer recess, young students will have… (Continue Reading)