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Kelly Garcia, a single mother of two young children in Columbus, Nebraska, never thought she would be a homeowner. Kelly grew up in a trailer park and says she never had a stable “forever” home.  Soon, though, Kelly and her children will have a house to call their own – thanks in part to a team…
We are on a mission to be the safest utility in the country. We work toward this goal everyday by adopting a consistent focus on safety and incorporating regular trainings to keep our people safe.  The Technical Training and OQ Department recently teamed with the Damage Prevention Department to…
Like many rural states, Iowa faces a brain drain as graduates move out of their hometown communities seeking more opportunities. We are doing our part to help squelch the drain by exposing students to the opportunities available to them through the company.  Our team in Council Bluffs, Iowa,…
RAPID CITY, SD — June 22, 2022 — To improve system safety and reliability, and prepare for future growth of the downtown corridor, Black Hills Energy will replace its overhead electric distribution lines in Rapid City’s famed Art Alley with underground infrastructure, the company announced today.…
CHEYENNE, WY — June 21, 2022 — Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power Company (CLFP), doing business as Black Hills Energy, announced today it will serve its first customer under its Blockchain Interruptible Service Tariff, a new electric rate option to support the growing blockchain industry in Wyoming…
FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. June 20, 2022 — Black Hills Energy received the 2022 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year: Sustained Excellence Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy for its long-term commitment to energy efficiency in Arkansas. For the fourth year in a…
As the presenting sponsor at the Small Business Showcase held in April at The Grove at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve in Bentonville, our team interacted with community members by playing Rock Paper Scissors for chances to win a Razorback gift basket, including baseball tickets. The team also staffed…
Childhood hunger is a problem year-round, but the need is elevated during the summer when kids aren’t able to get breakfast and lunch at school. Feeding South Dakota’s summer meal program combats this by providing free meals to children, feeding roughly 5,000 children over the summer. Feeding South…