March student of the month excels in the fine arts

March student of the month excels in the fine arts

March 28, 2016 Heartland is pleased to announce Morgan Fischer as our March student of the month. A senior at Arlington High School, Morgan is recognized for excelling in the arts and the Read More
Grants available for Tyndall residents

Grants available for Tyndall residents

March 2, 2016 The Tyndall Community Foundation is now taking new grant applications. Grants are funded by the interest earned from the principal fund of the Tyndall Community Foundation, the community savings account. Read More
CEO’s Report – U.S. Supreme Court halts Clean Power Plan for judicial review

CEO’s Report – U.S. Supreme Court halts Clean Power Plan for judicial review

March 1, 2016 The electric utility industry gained a victory with the Supreme Court’s recent vote to put the Environmental Protection Agency’s final Clean Power Plan (CPP) rule on hold while the court Read More
Reducing Cyber Risk: Where to Start

Reducing Cyber Risk: Where to Start

March 1, 2016 By Nathan Mitchell, senior director of electric reliability standards and security, American Public Power Association Contributed Story. Originally appeared in the November-December 2015 issue of Public Power Innovation opens doors Read More
Madelia recovery efforts continue after Main Street fire

Madelia recovery efforts continue after Main Street fire

March 1, 2016 In the early morning hours of Wednesday, February 3, an explosion erupted in a Madelia, Minnesota Main Street business, igniting a massive fire that would eventually spread throughout neighboring buildings.  More than 100 firefighters Read More
Volga junior named February student of the month

Volga junior named February student of the month

March 1, 2016 Heartland is pleased to announce Tayton Vincent as our February student of the month. A junior at Sioux Valley High School in Volga, SD, Tayton is recognized for his achievements Read More
Hecla finance officer retiring

Hecla finance officer retiring

March 1, 2016 After nearly 30 years serving as finance officer for the city of Hecla, SD, Gayle Lloyd will retire March 31. “The knowledge Gayle brought to her job after so many years of service Read More