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The McCook, Nebraska, team had a great time participating in this year’s Heritage Days Parade in McCook. Team members drove go-karts built to look like service vehicles and company utility vehicles. They handed out giveaway items to the people who lined the streets – people who came from…
In support of the United Way’s Month of Caring, 40 Black Hills Energy team members in South Dakota rolled up their neon green sleeves to lend a helping hand to local non-profits in Rapid City. On Sept. 20 and 22, a total of 20 team members volunteered at Feeding South Dakota in assembling…
WICHITA, Kan. – Oct. 14, 2021 – Black Hills Energy announced today a settlement has been reached in the utility’s rate review request to recover safety, reliability and system integrity investments for natural gas service for its approximately 117,000 customers in 66 communities in Kansas. The…
RAPID CITY, SD — Oct. 13, 2021 (9:00 am) — Black Hills Energy is out in full swing this morning restoring power to customers that experienced power outages across the Black Hills region due to yesterday’s heavy snow and high winds, which are anticipated to continue into today, Oct. 13. The…
RAPID CITY, SD — Oct. 12, 2021 —The recent fall-like weather has been nice, but today’s heavy snowstorm will continue through tomorrow with the potential for scattered electric outages related to the winter weather. Black Hills Energy appreciates customers’ understanding as they work to quickly and…
Oct. 12, 2021 ⚠️ 9:00 A.M. Nearly all of the approximately 133 homes and businesses that lost service in Dubuque due a vehicle hitting a Black Hills Energy meter set Monday morning have been restored, with less than 15 customers remaining.  All affected customers have been contacted.  Any…
PUEBLO, Colo., — Oct. 7, 2021 — On Thursday, Oct. 7, Black Hills Energy, along with the City of Pueblo, Pueblo Food Project, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment, celebrated Energy Awareness Month by hosting a drive-up…
CHEYENNE, Wy. — Oct. 7, 2021 — This October marks the 30th year of celebrating Energy Awareness Month. As temperatures across Wyoming begin to cool, it can mean increased energy use at home, so Black Hills Energy is encouraging customers to consider weatherization projects and behavioral changes…