We partner with our communities and customers, providing the kind of energy that fuels those areas and the lives of those we serve.
Employees were divided into teams and collected food donations that were then turned into castles or other creations.
Residents and businesses in Rapid City, South Dakota, celebrated the initial kick-off of the holiday season at the Wilson Park lighting ceremony. South Dakota Mayor Allender did the honors while residents and elementary school kids participated in the ceremony. Black Hills Energy is proud to help support such a wonderful event.
Each November, we sponsor two student teams from communities we serve to compete in the annual Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge.
Black Hills Energy community Wichita, Kansas is known as the Air Capital of the World because of its hub of manufacturing Cessna, Boeing, Airbus and other aircraft components. Chances are, last time you flew on a plane, part or most of it was made in Wichita.
Our employees and their families volunteered for Toys for Tots on a very cold and snowy day in Casper, Wyoming.
The Black Hills Corporation Foundation recently awarded nearly $9,000 to support the Lawrence Arts Center Black Box Theater.
Our Lincoln, Nebraska Black Hills Energy employees and their families helped volunteer at the annual Good Life Halfsy Marathon.
We were lucky to have recently sponsored the Wyoming Business Alliance Governor’s Forum.
The Casper, Wyoming team spent their time at the fire station promoting 811 Safety and to Call Before You Dig.
Black Hills Energy serves 133 communities across Iowa, many of them rural and small. One such town is Wallingford, Iowa population 186.
Colorado Ambassador, Amber, presented a $200 donation to an amazing local charity that empowers students with disabilities through adaptive sports.
Members of the supply chain department gathered on a Friday afternoon to clean up litter along a 2-mile stretch of Old Hill City Road in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Employees in Castle Rock, Colorado took to the streets recently as a part of the Town of Castle Rock Road Rangers program.
We were lucky to be able to help contribute to the new arts center and grow the arts in our communities.
In the days before Thanksgiving, the Burlington School District in eastern Colorado had one more thing to be thankful for.
Business Development senior account manager Todd King was recently recognized by the Nebraska Volunteer Service Commission for his work as Fire Chief.
With the leadership of Black Hills Energy Ambassador, Mike, the Holdrege team helped the local volunteer fire department with their annual community gathering for National Fire Safety Month.
Faced with old, outdated equipment, the Paullina fire department began steps to replace their pumper-truck that has seen better days.
Black Hills Energy recently sponsored the 2nd annual community Weatherization Day in the Minnequa Heights-Bessemer neighborhood in Pueblo.
Dubuque, Iowa operations staff members, volunteer to raise money by supporting Kiwanis Club Peanut Days.
Lincoln and Beatrice Black Hills Energy employees, along with their families, came together for a community-wide event called “Safe Quarters.”
Safety is the number one priority for Black Hills Energy and that is why contributions to our local community emergency services is so important.
Cedaredge’s Annual AppleFest was a major success for the Colorado Gas Energy Efficiency team…and delicious too!
The Haven's Annual 5k Walk Against Domestic Violence was in full effect and Black Hills Energy was there to show support.
The University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science held a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of their new building.
Eight schools in southwest Nebraska got a hands-on experience as a welder during a high school career day hosted in Cambridge.
Colorado811 put on a Mock Line Strike, and Black Hills Energy was on site to help make it a success.
Black Hills Energy Day at the Hardrockers football game.
Several of our Black Hills team members in Scottsbluff, Nebraska were READY to serve when the United Way of Western Nebraska held their annual Day of Caring event.
Black Hills Energy team members from Casper, Wyoming, enjoyed an evening at the 2019 Wreaths Across America Gala on Saturday, October 12.
The Haven set up a booth at the 2019 Chili cook-off to heighten the awareness of Domestic Abuse in Arkansas.
The McCook, Nebraska operations team took to the streets as part of the community's largest annual celebration, Heritage Days.
Colorado Gas employees gathered at the Montrose, Colorado office to put theirs skills toward a great cause: building handmade, quality, safe, warm beds for kids who are sleeping on floors, couches and air mattresses every night.
The Ogallala, Nebraska operations team participated in the 22nd annual Area 41 Cattlewoman's Chill Cook Off. The event kick's off the local favorite Indian Summer Rendezvous celebration.
This Project is a Visual display of 250 T-Shirts created in memory of individuals who have lost their lives to domestic violence in Arkansas.
Iowa held two fire safety demonstrations in Grundy Center and Webster City.
The Electric Energy Team meets with local businesses to share knowledge about energy efficiency -encouraging them to participate in rebate and incentive programs.
Black Hills Energy team members, Sherry, Charlie, Bob, Jason and Kyle and their families helped the community of Plattsmouth, Nebraska celebrate the start of fall by participating in their Harvest Festival parade.
We were proud to be a sponsor at the 24th Annual Arkansas Hot Air Balloon State Championship held this September in Harrison, Arkansas.
Twice a year, the Black Hills Energy team from Garden City, Kansas signs up with Meals on Wheels to deliver a week’s worth of hot, nutritious lunches to home-bound seniors
Our Rapid City employees volunteered during the annual United Way Day of Caring community work day, September 5, 2019.
Demand was growing for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County in Wellington, but capacity at their 2,000 square foot facility in the northern Colorado town was already maxed.
Wyodak mine in Gillette, Wyoming hosted the 2019 Family Day event for Black Hills Employees. We had a turnout of around 450 employees, family members and friends who came out to enjoy some fun entertainment and food.
Black Hills Energy crews this week traveled to 15 communities across the state of Nebraska on “Improving Life Day” to donate 200 iPhones and iPads to non-profits whose mission includes helping others embraced its mission of improving life with energy and taking time to give back to the communities they serve.
Our employees and their family members were excited to attend the "Bands On Broadway" event in downtown Scottsbluff.
Our Canon City Journeyman Lineman Cody, Jesse, and Zach joined 27 teams and 165 apprentices at the 2019 PSCo Mile High Lineman’s Rodeo.
We recently gifted $3,000 to the Strawberry Point Firefighters Association to help build a new fire station that will support surrounding communities.
A team from Nebraska sponsored and helped raise funds for the Kids and Dreams Foundation during their fairways and greens golf tournament.
Say hello to Jeff. He’s a senior software developer in Rapid City, South Dakota, who’s been with Black Hills Energy just shy of 15 years. Read more about why he loves his electric vehicle.
It is important to remember our family, friends and co-workers who are serving our country overseas.
Black Hills Energy is proud to sponsor the Wyoming Cowboy Football Tailgate Show on KFBC Radio Cheyenne.
As a sponsor of the Abbott House organization, our ambassadors in Rapid City, South Dakota, were proud to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for two new foster family homes and apartments for young adults who are aging out of foster care.
Our Ambassadors and employees from Scottsbluff, Nebraska came together with other community volunteers to help collect and put together back packs loaded with school supplies during the annual United Way "Stuff the Bus" campaign.
In June, the new facility for the Lone Cone Library was ready for its grand opening, and invited Black Hills Energy to celebrate at their donor party.
Black Hills Energy was a co-sponsor for the 11th annual Legislative Summit held at the historic Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum.
For the fifth year in a row Black Hills Energy partnered with Marshalltown Community College to offer a training designed for Black Hills Energy leaders and future leaders that did not come from the utility field environment.
The team wanted to spread awareness of Aug. 11 as National 811 Safe Digging Day, and show their appreciation to those who they often work with during the construction season.
Larry and Brian who work in our Black Hills Energy communities in Arkansas celebrated those practicing digging safely.
Black Hills Energy employees presented a community grant of $15,000 to staff and board members of Prairie Hills Transit. The requested funds from Black Hills Energy will be used to help purchase a facility located in Hot Springs, SD.
The contribution will help support the Black Hills Special Service Cooperative to purchase a new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).
On Aug. 1, 2019 the Pueblo, Colorado team participated in our annual YMCA Corporate Cup Togetherhood community service event at the Boys Girls Clubs Avondale Clubhouse.
Despite soaring temperatures, more than a dozen Black Hills Energy Wichita employees turned out to support the Kansas 811 Run.
The Blytheville, Arkansas community and Black Hills Energy employees were busy celebrating back to school events.
The Manchester, Iowa unit participated in the Dyersville Chamber’s Downtown Friday Night event, which is held each summer.
Black Hills Energy Ambassadors in the West Region of Nebraska have been busy this summer with activities focused on our area youth.
The Tabor Library serves several surrounding communities, three of which are served by Black Hills Energy. A hardworking group of hometown pride members, city officials and library board members began the process of plans, grants and drawings for a 7,000 square foot public library.
Our Sturgis Line Crew honored Vietnam Veteran Lyle Clapp with a bucket truck arch at the entrance to the Black Hills National Cemetery last month.
As a local United Way board member, and Black Hills Energy employee, Laurie, and one of her granddaughters helped stuff 1,089 backpacks with school supplies for the Kearney, Nebraska area.
When Kansas employees in Lawrence issued the challenge to support a United Way school supplies drive, the team responded with their usual all-in approach.
Our team in Glenwood Springs spent the day enjoying the Strawberry Days Festival with a parade float and booth over the three day event.
Make a Difference Day is an annual event where community members are able to take home essential household items and receive money saving tips from a variety of local experts.
Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer and Lt. Governor Mike Foley joined vice president, Jeff Sylvester and officials from Aria Energy, Waste Connections and Constellation to officially cut the ribbon on the latest Renewable Natural Gas project.
No one should have to choose between paying the rent and getting cancer treatment. But with an average cost of chemotherapy at well over $125,000, even patients with insurance can find fulfilling a 20% co-pay impossible.
Black Hills Energy recently donated $3,000 to the city of New Vienna and the New Vienna/Luxemburg Fire and EMS Department to support a new shared facility.
We recently hosted 90 eighth graders from the MYLIFE Career Pathways Program in Pueblo, Colorado. The mission of this program is to help develop leadership experience for local youth while encouraging education, and promoting careers in the local community.
Amanda with Nebraska Game and Park and her special friend Angus, a 4 foot Bull Snake,gave a presentation on snake bite prevention as well as what to do in the event that you do get bit to our team in Scottsbluff, Nebraska.