CEO’s Report: New year, new look With the start of the new year, you’ll see more than a new look to our monthly newsletter at Heartland. You’ll also soon see some changes to the district. Voters
Former educator appointed to Heartland board New director for Subdivision 2 adept in planning, public needs A former school administrator has been appointed to the Heartland Board of Directors. At their December meeting, the board appointed
Heartland interns complete projects, create resources for customers’ benefit Heartland’s two summer interns wrapped up their respective projects and presented their findings to the Heartland Board of Directors at their August meeting. Operations Engineering Intern Heather Ahlgrim and Customer Research
Sioux Falls cuts costs with lighting upgrade New LED lights could save the city $1,200 annually The city of Sioux Falls, SD spends an estimated $1.48 million annually on street lighting. With over 19,000 street lights, that represents
December student of the month is first in her class Heartland is pleased to announce Brylee Hennrich as our December Student of the Month. A senior at Arlington High School, Brylee is a star student who works well with others.
6 tips for a safe holiday wrap up You decked the halls and trimmed the tree, but now the hectic holidays have passed. As you clean up and tear down your holiday decorations, Heartland and the Electrical Safety
Changes to Power Forward rebates announced; Input sought on potential new service Heartland makes announcements regarding customer service programs Over the course of three days, Heartland staff traveled nearly 600 miles to three customer communities to make presentations on the 2017 budget.
What’s next for rural communities? Small Town Trends Webinar All your life, you’ve been told that small towns are dying, drying up, and disappearing, and that there’s nothing you can do to change it. What
South Dakota entrepreneurs can win $20,000 Students and businesses are eligible for 2017 Governor’s Giant Vision Business Competition Calling all entrepreneurs! The Governor’s Office of Economic Development is seeking applicants for its annual Giant Vision Business
CEO’s Report: The impact of a new administration President-Elect Donald Trump vows to scrap Clean Power Plan, end war on coal As we enter the final month of 2016 and look forward to a new year, I am
CEO’s Report: Planning for the Future Strategic Plan Finalized Over a year ago, Heartland set out to write a strategic plan, a document that would guide our path forward. It would be something we could refer
2016 a record year for energy efficiency Commercial lighting and street light LED upgrades popular among customers Last year proved to be a banner year in terms of energy efficiency upgrades in Heartland customer communities. Rebates Heartland
Small victory for coal Court orders EPA to evaluate impact of its regulations on coal industry By Jeannine Anderson, American Public Power Association, reprinted with permission News Editor In an Oct. 17 ruling, a
Selection process for U.S. Senate Youth Program underway U.S. Sens. John Thune (R-S.D.) and Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) announced the annual statewide selection process for the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) has begun. Two South Dakota high school