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  • If the last two years have taught us anything, it’s that changing our routines can be hard. We're creatures of habits, after all. That’s probably why New Year’s resolutions don’t stick for most people. Yet, each year people everywhere still make resolutions for the new year. You’ll be glad to know…
  • From children’s toys to Apple iPhones, some of the most common holiday gifts are expected to be in short supply this season. Which means cyber criminals will be hard at work on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, trying to entice desperate customers to cut corners on cyber security to buy that hard-to-…
  • Your mornings are about to get a little brighter! Unfortunately, that also means your evenings will be a bit darker. That’s right, Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end. At exactly 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 7, our clocks will fall back one hour to 1 a.m., which means you’ll have an extra hour of…
  • For many of us, the best holiday memories revolve around food. The sweet aroma of gingerbread cookies in the oven, the savory scent of a roasting turkey — those smells can transport us back in time. It might be a childhood memory of baking with Grandma on a snowy winter day or more recent memories…

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  • Our Dubuque, Iowa, team kept busy with community projects over the holidays, helping to make the season brighter for those in need. Company ambassador Aric challenged his Dubuque coworkers to fill a meter box with food for the Dubuque Food Pantry and Dubuque Area Labor Harvest. They were…
  • Sometimes guardian angels are disguised as Black Hills Energy employees. Every year our employees in Montrose, Colorado, and Delta, Colorado, get together with Helping Hands, a local charity, to help families in need. Most years, Helping Hands provides the gifts and our employees supply Christmas…
  •  A trip to the hospital can be scary for any of us – especially children. Our employees at Arkansas Gas came up with a way to help. During the recent holiday season, members of the Contact Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, sold candy canes to raise money for toys to be donated to the Arkansas…
  • The uncertainty and constant change over the past two years has been challenging for everyone, but most especially for kids. During the pandemic they’ve conquered remote learning, face coverings and social distancing from teachers and friends. That's why we're happy to support the Hill City, South…

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