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  • James Williams, Community Affairs Manager, Kansas The Kansas team started its United Way campaign on Sept. 14. And this year, it's turning up the heat. The theme for 2020 in Kansas is "You're Essential." Black Hills Energy employees are essential by providing warm meals to seniors through Meals…
  • Lynn Porter, Iowa Community Affairs Manager During the Covid-19 pandemic, business as normal certainly changed for many employees as they began to work from home. Employees in other parts of the business, such as field operations, continued to report to the office and perform essential work while…
  • The school year may look a little different, but that wasn't going to prevent us from making sure kids in our communities had safe playground equipment. We were happy to donate funds to help build new playground equipment in Alliance, Nebraska. "Our family and safety come first, and this…
  • A severe storm that swept through Iowa last week, may have caused damage to some of Black Hills Energy’s utility meters. As a result, the company is encouraging customers to perform a visual inspection of their natural gas meters. If visible damage is present, customers are encouraged to call the…

Blogs

  • October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we’re recognizing it by sharing the top six tips our Black Hills Energy cyber gurus emphasize with their own families at home. Do not give out private information. Beware of unsolicited phone calls, emails, or even visits from someone saying they’re…
  • Halloween marks the unofficial start to the holiday season – a time when our homes are filled with loved ones, and the warmth of our living rooms brings people together as the temperatures outside dip. Now is a good time to make sure your furnace is ready to keep your home comfy and cozy in the…
  • After the summer storm season we had, chances are there’s some debris sitting in your gutters. Before you head up to dig it all out, make sure you’re following these commonsense safety tips to stay out of the emergency room this fall. Because the only kinds of excitement we want this season is…
  •       There’s something special about the return of routine in the fall. For some of us the end of summer means posting a new color-coded calendar on the fridge charting everyone’s school activities, meeting new teachers and launching into a new academic year. Others are looking forward to…

News

  • Black Hills Energy will be conducting a planned electrical outage in the north Cheyenne beginning at approximately 10:00 a.m. on October 21, 2020.   The outage is due to work being done to replace a section of electrical cable.  The work is being completed to ensure continued system reliability…
  • October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we’re recognizing it by sharing the top six tips our Black Hills Energy cyber gurus emphasize with their own families at home. Do not give out private information. Beware of unsolicited phone calls, emails, or even visits from someone saying they’re…
  • FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Oct. 15, 2020 – Each year, Black Hills Energy recognizes an employee volunteer of the year.  Employees are asked to nominate a fellow team member who demonstrates the company’s values and volunteers their time to make a difference in their community. Phil Keplinger, of…
  • GRIMES, IA. – October 12, 2020 – What started out as a peaceful August morning in Iowa quickly turned into a day of destruction as a storm, known as a derecho, swept across the state. As the storm moved west to east it picked up intensity reaching 140 mph winds, similar to a category 4 hurricane in…

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