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  • 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…
  • When the meteorologist says a major summer storm is coming, your first thoughts are probably to get the car in the garage and garden covered. We get it (we take a lot of pride in our tomatoes too). We work hard to make sure you have safe and reliable energy, but occasionally the weather or other…
  • Fall seems to get all the credit for being cozy. Granted, chili simmering on the stove, warm hues of orange, red and yellow, and the soundtrack of football games and leaves crunching under your feet definitely have their places in the cozy hall of fame. But we believe summer has an underrated cozy…

Positive Energy

  • 2020 was a particularly trying year for everyone, but especially difficult for the homeless and near homeless in many communities. Our employees in Council Bluffs, Iowa teamed up with the Council Bluffs Police Department to collect canned and boxed goods for the New Visions Homeless Shelter to…
  • This Christmas our team in Laramie, Wyoming wanted to bring the spirit of the holidays to Hospice of Laramie, an organization that specializes in providing comfort to those in the last stages of life. Black Hills Energy team members gathered donations such as blankets, sheets, gloves, and hand…
  • We want to be the safest energy company in the country, and one of the ways we achieve that is by working closely with our local fire departments. We couldn’t be prouder of our very own Brad Worthing. In addition to his work here at Black Hills Energy, he volunteers as a firefighter in his…
  • We’re proud to share our energy with the communities we serve through charitable giving, outreach and employee volunteerism.  The Wyoming County Commissioners moved its Winter 2020 meeting to a virtual format, and we were there to sponsor the event. The agenda included presentations by Wyoming's…

Black Hills Energy News

  • Our team in Casper, Wyoming volunteered to help the Toys for Tots organization in December, helping to bring a little extra Christmas cheer to area families. Visit www.toysfortots.org to learn more about how this organization has been delivering a message of hope for less fortunate children since…
  • Employees in Mountain Home and Harrison, Arkansas took up a collection to buy, wrap, and drop off Christmas presents for all the mothers and children in the Mountain Home Serenity House. The Serenity House helps survivors of domestic violence heal and regain their personal strength and power.…
  • 2020 was a particularly trying year for everyone, but especially difficult for the homeless and near homeless in many communities. Our employees in Council Bluffs, Iowa teamed up with the Council Bluffs Police Department to collect canned and boxed goods for the New Visions Homeless Shelter to…
  • This Christmas our team in Laramie, Wyoming wanted to bring the spirit of the holidays to Hospice of Laramie, an organization that specializes in providing comfort to those in the last stages of life. Black Hills Energy team members gathered donations such as blankets, sheets, gloves, and hand…

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