Governor Daugaard visits Madison for Capital for a Day

Governor Daugaard visits Madison for Capital for a Day

September 2, 2015 South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard and his wife First Lady Linda Daugaard traveled to Madison August 19 to recognize the community as Capital for a Day. The event included a Read More
DSU hosts U.S. Senate cybersecurity field hearing

DSU hosts U.S. Senate cybersecurity field hearing

September 2, 2015 U.S. Senator John Thune (R-SD) held a full committee field hearing titled “Confronting the Challenge of Cybersecurity” September 3 at Dakota State University in Madison. Thune is chairman of the Read More
Marshall utility manager earns APPA national award

Marshall utility manager earns APPA national award

September 2, 2015 Congratulations to Brad Roos on receiving the James D. Donovan Individual Achievement Award from American Public Power Association (APPA). Roos is the general manager of Marshall Municipal Utilities (MMU) in Marshall, Minnesota. He Read More
Sioux Falls residents love LEDs, city plans for more upgrades

Sioux Falls residents love LEDs, city plans for more upgrades

September 2, 2015 A pilot project involving LED streetlights in six neighborhoods throughout Sioux Falls is proving to be very worthwhile, providing energy savings beyond expectations and receiving high praise from residents. The city Read More
Are you RFI-ready?

Are you RFI-ready?

September 2, 2015 An RFI is a formal “Request for Information” from a site selection consultant or company searching for a new location for the expansion of operations. Read More
Network and learn at Customer Connections Conference

Network and learn at Customer Connections Conference

September 2, 2015 Connect with over 300 public power professionals from utilities across the nation at American Public Power Association‘s Customer Connections Conference October 18-21 in Austin, Texas. Designed to address challenges and Read More
Tyndall upgrading street lights, receives grant

Tyndall upgrading street lights, receives grant

September 2, 2015 Tyndall is upgrading street lighting with help from Heartland. The utility was recently awarded an energy efficiency grant of $1,250 for upgrading the city’s lighting from high pressure sodium to Read More