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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Sept. 22, 2020 – Black Hills Energy yesterday announced the promotion of Wes Ashton to vice president of customer experience and the appointment of Chad Kinsley to vice president of operations for Black Hills Energy in Arkansas. In his new role, Kinsley is responsible for all…
GYPSUM, CO – Sept. 18, 2020 - The safety of our community, customers and employees is our first priority and Black Hills Energy has 25 team members on site working with first responders in response to yesterday’s suspected natural gas incident. “We’re saddened to learn that a Gypsum resident was…
Pueblo, Colo. – September 18, 2020 - Black Hills Energy has received reports from customers of attempted scam calls where the customer is told their bill is delinquent and service will be disconnected in 30 minutes unless they pay the caller. We urge customers with concerns about the identity of…
Fayetteville, AR – Sept. 15, 2020 –  It’s a warm mid-September day with similar temperatures forecasted to follow.  On days like this, it seems cooler temperatures may never come, and it’s hard to imagine turning on our furnaces and lighting our fireplaces.  Yet, those days will be here soon…
Update: LINCOLN, Neb. — Sept. 15, 2020 —Black Hills Energy is restoring service to Bennet this evening after technicians were forced to shut down natural gas service earlier today after a natural gas main serving the town near Hackberry and Cottonwood Streets was damaged.  Safety is our number one…
September 11, 2020 - Lincoln, Neb. –Westbound lanes of O street between 40th and 33rd streets are open to traffic this afternoon. The eastbound lanes of O street between 33rd and 35th streets will remain closed through Monday to allow Black Hills Energy technicians and welders to continue work…
Halloween marks the unofficial start to the holiday season – a time when our homes are filled with loved ones, and the warmth of our living rooms brings people together as the temperatures outside dip. Now is a good time to make sure your furnace is ready to keep your home comfy and cozy in the…
PUEBLO, Colo., Sept. 9, 2020 – Black Hills Energy’s Renewable Advantage plan to lower energy costs by an anticipated $66 million over 15 years will advance to the final stage of the approval process by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, the company announced today. The administrative law…