The Farmstead to host ceremonial “wall-breaking” to kick off construction

The Farmstead to host ceremonial “wall-breaking” to kick off construction

November 22, 2017 Group hopes to revitalize community, provide needed amenities and create jobs Dedicated Investments Group (DIG) is hosting a ceremonial “wall-breaking” to officially kick off construction of a multi-purpose facility known Read More
City employees given awards

City employees given awards

November 14, 2017 Article originally appeared in the October 26, 2017 issue of the Volga Tribune. Reprinted with permission. The employees of the city of Volga were presented Gold Level and Platinum Level Read More
Group plans to build hotel and conference center in Madison

Group plans to build hotel and conference center in Madison

November 10, 2017 A group of local investors hopes to bring a new hotel and conference center to Madison. Madison Hospitality Group, LLC announced their plans at the LAIC Forward Madison 3 Investor Read More
CEO’s Report – Rates steady for 2018

CEO’s Report – Rates steady for 2018

November 1, 2017 We recently spent three days traveling to various customer communities to host our annual series of budget meetings. Thank you to everyone who attended. We appreciate the opportunity to present Read More
Heartland issues Reverse Request for Proposals

Heartland issues Reverse Request for Proposals

November 1, 2017 Heartland Consumers Power District is issuing a Reverse Request for Proposals (Reverse RFP) to offer electric capacity and energy products associated with its share of the Laramie River Station (LRS) Read More
Artisan Concrete Concepts relocating to Volga

Artisan Concrete Concepts relocating to Volga

November 1, 2017 Small business to break ground in spring of 2018 An up-and-coming custom concrete artist is moving to Volga’s downtown district. Chad Guthmiller, owner of Artisan Concrete Concepts, plans to break Read More
$1 million IRP replenishes HELP Fund

$1 million IRP replenishes HELP Fund

November 1, 2017 Money available as low-interest financing for projects in Heartland customer communities More opportunities for growth are available in Heartland communities. Heartland’s revolving loan program, the HELP Fund, was recently recapped Read More
Colman senior named October student of the month

Colman senior named October student of the month

November 1, 2017 Brody Wanner earns award from Heartland and KJAM Radio Heartland is pleased to announce Brody Wanner as our Student of the Month. A senior at Colman-Egan High School (CEHS), in Read More
Buller honored with Distinguished Service Award

Buller honored with Distinguished Service Award

October 2, 2017 Parker Electric Superintendent recognized for knowledge, dedication Back on June 24, 2003, Parker Electric Superintendent Robbi Buller received what he calls “a crash course in line work.” A record number Read More
CEO’s Report: We are Public Power…and why it matters

CEO’s Report: We are Public Power…and why it matters

October 2, 2017 As we celebrate Public Power Week and tout all the benefits it provides, you may be asking yourself why it matters. Is it a big deal if your customers know Read More