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  • 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…
  • 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…

Positive Energy

  • When a pandemic strikes no one has to be more prepared than the local county health department. Besides navigating all the regular public health initiatives they oversee, the recent COVID-19 crisis added another full-time coordination effort to their responsibilities. Black Hills Energy is proud…
  • The Elderbridge Agency on Aging received a $1,500 grant from our team in Spencer, Iowa to provide 187 meals to those in need in Clay County.  These emergency meals allowed the recipients to maintain their nutritional status and routine while also allowing them to remain at home and avoid the risk…
  • Do you want to build a snowman? Or how about an entire art exhibit? Black Hills Energy employees spent the day helping the Dubuque Museum of Art prepare for the 2021 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition. Volunteers worked to create 6’x6’ wide and 8’ tall blocks of compact snow that sculptors…
  • Jasmine Young, operations support specialist for the Colorado Palmer Lake and Woodland Park communities, saw a way to help those in need with some simple jars of peanut butter and jelly, and decided to gather donations from our Black Hills Energy employees. The team donated 206 jars during the PB…

Black Hills Energy News

  • PUEBLO, CO.  – April 7, 2021 — April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin new projects. Black Hills Energy offers the following check list of things to do before digging, in order to get…
  • WICHITA, Kan. — April 6, 2021 — April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin new projects. Black Hills Energy offers the following check list of things to do before digging, in order to get…
  • CHEYENNE, WY.  – April 5, 2021 — April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin new projects. Black Hills Energy offers the following check list of things to do before digging, in order to get…
  • LINCOLN, Neb.  – April 5, 2021 — April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin new projects. Black Hills Energy offers the following checklist of things to do before digging in order to get…

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