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Nebraska employee honored as Firefighter of the Year
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We want to be the safest energy company in the country, and one of the ways we achieve that is by working closely with our local fire departments.

We couldn’t be prouder of our very own Brad Worthing. In addition to his work here at Black Hills Energy, he volunteers as a firefighter in his community. Brad was recently recognized as the Lexington Fire Department Firefighter of the Year. A well-deserved congratulations, Brad!

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