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  • By now, we’ve begun to (mostly) accept that summer is over. Kids are back at school; days are growing shorter and the leaves on trees are turning shades of orange and red.  The change of season might be a little hard to stomach, especially as the warm weather fades into the chill of fall. But this…
  • When temperatures are high outside and you’re feeling especially grateful for the coolness of your air conditioner, the last thing on your mind is your furnace. I mean, who wants to think about that when summer is in full swing? We get it – right now you want to bask in the sunshine and cherish…
  • JUMP TO RECIPE                Jump to grill safety If nothing makes you happier than lighting up the grill on a summer evening, rest assured you’re not alone. In the United States, nearly 20% of people grill several times a week. And who can blame them? What smells better than a juicy steak on the…
  • Sipping an ice-cold glass of lemonade. Long days at the pool. Watermelon. We love summer and all the warm memories it holds. But as much as we appreciate a good sunshine-filled day, we’re just as thankful for a place to cool off. Our air conditioners help us enjoy the best summer has to offer…

Positive Energy

  • For the second straight year, Black Hills Energy employees in Nebraska have celebrated National Fire Safety and Prevention Month by honoring and thanking community volunteer fire departments across the state. The Nebraska Ambassadors are a group of employees who represent Black Hills Energy in…
  • Black Hills Energy’s Iowa Gas team has been recognized as a longtime community partner in two eastern Iowa communities. The Monona, Iowa, Chamber & Economic Development organization honored the team for 80 years of service to the city of Monona and presented Operations Supervisor Ivan Hackman…
  • As an ambassador for Black Hills Energy and Nebraska Gas, Josh had a busy October making a positive impact in his community of Schuyler, Nebraska. Josh is a member of the Nebraska Ambassadors, a group of employees who represent Black Hills Energy and its companies in community service and…
  • When Rapid City, South Dakota, brought back its Veterans Day parade this year after cancelling last year’s event due to the pandemic, Black Hills Energy employees were there to recognize the sacrifice our veterans make. Five local employees took part in the parade, which started at 11:11 a.m. on…

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