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  • You might be basking in the warmth of these last summer days, but the cooler temps of fall and winter are rushing our way.   It’s not all bad, though. Cooler temps bring lots of awesome things — beautiful fall nights at the football field, the holidays, sledding dates, and cozy moments in front…
  • The summer heat may still be sizzling, but before we know it the leaves will be changing, and the mornings will be crisp. Fall brings cooler weather, cozy blankets, and the challenge of getting everyone back into a routine. It’s time to change gears and start preparing your home for fall.…
  • You’ve got enough things to juggle, paying your energy bill shouldn’t be one of them. Fall tends to bring with it a lot of action, whether it’s a return to the classroom for your kids, a new football season for your favorite team or new duties at your job. You’re going to be busy, busy, busy; so…
  • 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…

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  • Our team in Laramie, Wyoming, banded together for the holidays and donated a box of toys for the Toys for Tots program. Toys for Tots is a nonprofit organization that has provided toys to children in need during the holidays for more than 75 years and has supported over 281 million children to…
  • On Wednesday, Dec. 21, our technicians volunteered their evening to run the concession stand during the Coulter Celebration of Lights in Mountain Home, Arkansas. The Mountain Home technicians served approximately 400 people who were eagerly waiting their turn for a picture with Santa and Mrs.…
  • The Arkansas team hosted the Springdale Chamber of Commerce Morning Brew, a networking breakfast, at the NorthWest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) - Washington County campus. Chad Kinsley, vice president of gas operations in Fayetteville, announced that this year Black Hills Energy completed a…
  • It's estimated that about 13 million tons of plastic and debris are dumped into the ocean yearly. A 2015 study found that at some point, 52% of the world's sea turtles have consumed plastic. To help combat these disturbing facts, one student in O’Neill, Nebraska, organized a school-wide recycling…

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