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The school year may look a little different, but that wasn't going to prevent us from making sure kids in our communities had safe playground equipment. We were happy to donate funds to help build new playground equipment in Alliance, Nebraska. "Our family and safety come first, and this…
A severe storm that swept through Iowa last week, may have caused damage to some of Black Hills Energy’s utility meters. As a result, the company is encouraging customers to perform a visual inspection of their natural gas meters. If visible damage is present, customers are encouraged to call the…
Black Hills Energy continues our focus on communities and supporting each other through these uncertain times by making another substantial donation to Energy Share of Wyoming. “It is our goal to continue to help those who are financially impacted by COVID-19 or energy sector job loss,” said Mark…
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. Along the way, they were spotted at our very own Neil Simpson Complex in Gillette, Wyoming. We hope you could feel all of our good vibes coming up…
Our operations team in Columbus, Nebraska is not about to let local heroes on the front lines go hungry. For each “Support Your Local Nurse” shirt sold, a nurse at a local hospital received a warm meal during his or her shift. Learn more how Black Hills Energy is helping communities during COVID-…
Citizens across South Dakota lit up the night to honor health care and other workers on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic. During the “Let It Shine” event, people broke through the darkness in big ways and small. From porch lights and flash lights, to our own Horizon Point beams,…
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. In response to this need South Dakota designated $10,000 each to Feeding SD and Meals on Wheels, and $5,000 to Salvation Army. “It covered the cost…
Before COVID-19 became a worldwide term, staff in Kansas were passionate about supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters. When a plan was being formed to help communities respond, it was one of the first organizations Kansas called. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas has been serving homebound meals to…