Our operations team in Columbus, Nebraska is not about to let local heroes on the front lines go hungry.
Citizens across South Dakota lit up the night to honor health care and other workers on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wyoming Air National Guard’s 153rd Airlift Wing presented a two-ship C-130 flyover at each hospital across the state to honor healthcare heroes.
Aging in place – we should all be so lucky. But that becomes exponentially harder when you’re at risk and asked to not leave your home.
During the COVID-19 outbreak South Dakota employees recognized the need for food security in the Rapid City, South Dakota and the Black Hills areas.
Iowa - Our teams in Iowa are thankful for local businesses who have helped keep our essential employees safe during this time.
Hand sanitizer is hard to find these days. But thanks to Ozark Middle School, our crews have enough of this prized germ-fighting liquid.
Iowa Operations Supervisor, John, noticed a line of cars at a local Webster City, Iowa school, waiting for lunch to be handed out to kids in need.
Before COVID-19 became a worldwide term, staff in Kansas were passionate about supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters.
First responders in our communities need hand sanitizer to stay safe, but it’s not easy to find.
Last Friday, the Pine Bluffs, Wyo.- based distillery created 1,596 liters of ethanol-based hand sanitizer to donate to business communities across the cowboy state and Colorado.
When our team in Burlington, Colorado needed hand sanitizer, we knew high demand for the product would make finding it a challenge.
Keeping our hands clean is one of the most important steps we can all take to stay safe during these times.
Once a part of the Black Hills Energy family, always a part of the Black Hills Energy family. Calennda Fratterelli may be retired, but she still wanted to do something to help the linemen working diligently to keep the lights on in Colorado. So, she put her seamstress skills to work sewed the team face masks.
Community members in Witchita, Kansas recognized the great need to come up with solutions for the local shortage of personal protective equipment. What started with a public Facebook page quickly gained traction with first responders, health care professionals, educators, engineers and volunteers banding together for the cause.
When Nemaha County Hospital in Auburn, Nebraska put out a call for desperately needed face masks, our Black Hills Energy team knew we wanted to help. Black Hills Energy’s own Ruth Hietbrink is also president of the Sterling American Legion Auxiliary Unit 140 and quickly reached out to the group to sew 25 homemade masks, and our team coordinated the...
Shane Weber is a Black Hills Energy community tech in Onawa, Iowa by day, and works on projects to help keep hospital staff safe by night. He produced and donated nine Aerosol boxes to local hospitals and is working on making more. The boxes serve as a precautionary measure for medical staff to safely intubate a patient without coming into direct c...
Spring may be here now, but the water was 38 degrees in mid-March when Black Hills Energy’s Shane took the polar plunge into Wildwood Park Pond to benefit the Special Olympics of Nebraska.
Angie Johnson plays many roles in her small Wyoming community. But no matter the hat (or wig) she’s wearing at the moment, there’s one thing you can be sure of: wherever Angie is, she’s helping people.
How one baker in New Hampton, Iowa rises to every challenge.
The Lander Area Chamber of Commerce supports total community and business development, and Black Hills Energy is proud to support that mission.
Helping the communities we serve is really important to us. So, we were really excited when the Broken Bow, Nebraska Chamber of Commerce recognized our community commitment with a GROW award, given to organizations who go above and beyond to help the community thrive.
Choosing a college is a big decision. And not to be biased, but our team in Wyoming has a lot of pretty big Cowboy fans.
We brought the energy to the Mohawk Drug Store ribbon cutting in Piggot, Arkansas.
We are thankful for the public servants who step up to run for office and be leaders in the communities and states we serve. That’s why our team was excited to visit our state capital for the annual South Dakota Business Day at the Legislature and get a glimpse into the state’s political process
The third annual “School Day Game” gave 4,000 third, fourth and fifth graders in the Black Hills region an opportunity to cheer for their home town team.
Black Hills Energy spent the day with high school seniors helping them prepare for the responsibilities of life after high school.
The Gage County United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
Black Hills Energy's Harrison, Arkansas Division was recently recognized as the 2020 Prime Business of the Year by the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The Pueblo Boys and Girls Club middle school boys basketball team was treated to brand new basketball shoes, courtesy of the Black Hills Energy team.
The Walk for Warmth 2020 fundraiser helps those in financial need. Learn more about the great support the event received.
A good science fair project is one of the best learning experiences a student an undertake.
The United Way of Northwest Arkansas’s mission is to work to improve the capacity of individuals and families by mobilizing the caring power of the community.
Each winter members of the Norfolk team come together to hit the lanes and raise awareness for food insecurity in the northeast Nebraska community.
Black Hills Energy is proud to support the BGCCW.
Black Hills Energy has been a longtime supporter of MTI energy programs through in kind and cash donations, employee engagement on advisory boards, and numerous collaborative efforts.
The Weston County Fairgrounds are known as the place where Weston County comes together.
The local 461 Cub Scout unit in Papillion, Nebraska got to learn about natural gas by visiting the Black Hills Energy operations facility.
Black Hills Energy employees in Cody, Wyoming, were recently on hand to present a donation to the Park County Animal Shelter.
Serenity Inc. helps survivors of domestic violence heal and regain their personal strength and power.
South Dakota Game Fish and Parks and the City of Hill City approached Black Hills Energy and asked if we would be willing to help relocate an Osprey nest.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) work every day towards ensuring that every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.
Volunteers saw the need to help man’s best friend in 2007 and they’ve been rescuing dogs of all breeds ever since.
Meet the “Jagwires”, the team of 24 students from Southeast Valley High School, home of the Jaguars, vying for a spot at this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition Iowa Regional.
The Wyoming Rescue Mission (WRM) shows love to those struggling with homelessness by providing daily meals, overnight shelter, clothing and counseling.
Black Hills Energy recently donated 300 hygiene kits to the Dodge City Salvation Army to support the nonprofit’s mission to help vulnerable adults and families.
The Black Hills Energy Lexington operations team recently presented the staff at the YMCA with a $24,000 check to build the Black Hills Energy Snack Shack.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming is pushing the limits of technology and building an even greater future for the youth who are tomorrow’s lawyers, bus drivers, politicians, scientists, artists, and so much more.
When Keaton enrolled in his high school’s work experience course, he got more than the two credit hours he bargained for.