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  • With a couple months of winter still ahead of us, we want to help make sure you’re ready for whatever the rest of the season may bring. Sure, we hope the highlights of the next few months are big mugs of hot chocolate, cozy nights with loved ones, and maybe even the opportunity to enjoy some…
  • It’s dark and cold outside, but home is where you can find light and warmth. No matter what the day held – deadlines, shopping, shoveling the snow – here, the holiday spirit lives. Whether you’re curling up at the end of the day to read a good book, finish a puzzle, or watch a holiday movie (we…
  • Cooking for the holidays is about more than sugar cravings. It’s passing along family traditions, singing holiday tunes between batches, and delivering fresh-baked cheer to friends and neighbors. Whether this is your first time hosting, or you’re a pro with the butter-stained recipe cards to prove…
  • 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…

Positive Energy

  • A community is woven together by the strengths and gifts that its residents share with each other to make their hometowns great places. Much of that great work is done by unsung heroes who volunteer countless hours to help those in need; rolling up their sleeves to do the hard work to make our…
  • Several team members in Denver recently volunteered with a Denver-based organization called 'A Little Help'. The nonprofit helps older adults remain in their homes by connecting them with volunteers who help with yard work, home maintenance, transportation, and other needs Our team spent a…
  • Summers in Arkansas are hot and humid, with the average high temps reaching 93 degrees at the peak in July. However, temperatures often exceed 100 degrees and can reach 110 degrees in the southern part of the state. To help seniors stay comfortable this summer, the team in Harrison, Arkansas,…
  • During the month of May, the damage prevention and operations teams from Black Hills Energy in Nebraska partnered with Nebraska 811 to take safe digging education to several schools across the state. Students learned why it’s important to dig safely and how the process of locating works. They also…

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