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Dig with caution this spring

As the days grow warmer and longer, outdoor projects become a priority. April is National Safe Digging Month to serve as a reminder to be prepared before you start digging.
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TDS provides post-disaster consumer protection measures for customers in California

With 16 climate zones ranging from dry desert basins and coastal hills, to snowy peaks and ancient forests, California is… more...
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Top 10 travel apps for your next trip

Heading out on a travel adventure? No matter where you’re going, use your smartphone to your advantage.
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TDS associates share national park recommendations

With at least one in every state, national parks are accessible places to visit to refresh body, mind and spirit.
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Celebrate Earth Day with these everyday tips to reduce food waste

Earth Day is a global celebration on April 22 encouraging education and stewardship of the planet’s natural resources. Whether in… more...
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Sportsman Channel: September is FREE preview month

If you love hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure, you’re in luck. During the entire month of September, TDS TV customers can enjoy a free preview of the Sportsman Channel. With nearly 200 shows to choose from, the Sportsman Channel embraces “Red, Wild & Blue America.”
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Summer art fun for kids in Madison, Wis.

Are you looking for something free, fun, and educational to do with your kids this summer? Check out Art Cart and Art Cart EXTRA! These programs—run by the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and sponsored by TDS—bring free art projects (designed for children ages 3+) to parks and playgrounds in Madison, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas.
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Gear for your picturesque paddle

The days are getting longer and warmer, which means your nearest lake or river is also heating up. This summer, as you set off on whatever adventure is calling you onto the water, make sure that you are prepared to get wet, while keeping your electronics dry.
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