States ask Supreme Court to put Clean Power Plan on hold

States ask Supreme Court to put Clean Power Plan on hold

January 28, 2016 By Jeannine Anderson, News Editor, American Public Power Association From the January 28, 2016 issue of Public Power Daily; Originally published January 27, 2016 Reprinted with permission Twenty-five states on Jan. 26 Read More
APPA Award deadline approaching January 29

APPA Award deadline approaching January 29

January 13, 2016 Nominate your APPA member colleagues and organizations for #publicpower’s highest honors by Jan 29, 2016 🏆 Visit www.publicpower.org/Awards A photo posted by We Are Public Power (@publicpowerorg) on Jan 13, Read More
2015 Recap: Evolving to meet customer needs

2015 Recap: Evolving to meet customer needs

January 4, 2016 Over the past several years, one might say the buzz word surrounding Heartland has been transition. From operations to leadership to customer programs–change has been a reoccurring theme. While 2015 Read More
CEO’s Report – January 2016

CEO’s Report – January 2016

January 4, 2016 Another year has come and gone and as we enter 2016, many of us will make New Year’s Resolutions, hoping to make positive changes. The New Year represents a blank Read More
2016 brings changes to Heartland programs

2016 brings changes to Heartland programs

January 4, 2016 Heartland’s energy efficiency and economic development programs remained popular with customers in 2015 and in order to ensure we continue to offer the best programs possible, we have made a Read More
Hydroelectric power: clean, green and renewable

Hydroelectric power: clean, green and renewable

January 4, 2016 Mid-West Electric Consumers Association Executive Director Bill Drummond recently wrote a letter to the editor on the importance of hydroelectric power and the benefits it provides. You can read his Read More
Bryant to bury lines with federal funding

Bryant to bury lines with federal funding

January 4, 2016 The city of Bryant is among the recent South Dakota recipients of Hazard Mitigation Grant money. Provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), almost $740,000 in grants has been awarded Read More
McLaughlin officials inducted into Municipal Hall of Fame

McLaughlin officials inducted into Municipal Hall of Fame

January 4, 2016 Congratulations to McLaughlin Finance Officer Della Hauck and Utility Manager Lornie Hach for their recent inductions into the South Dakota Municipal League Hall of Fame. The SDML Hall of Fame honors Read More
December student of the month is a three-sport athlete

December student of the month is a three-sport athlete

January 4, 2016 Heartland is pleased to announce Luke Weber as our December student of the month. A senior at Arlington High School, Weber is known by his teachers and peers as a motivated Read More