Heartland organizer returns to Madison for philanthropy honor

Heartland organizer returns to Madison for philanthropy honor

June 2, 2015 One of the men largely responsible for establishing Heartland recently returned to Madison to be honored by Dakota State University (DSU) for his generosity.  Walter Canney of Lincoln, Nebraska was Read More
Arlington senior is determined, has bright future

Arlington senior is determined, has bright future

June 1, 2015 Heartland is pleased to announce Kimberly VanBockern, a senior at Arlington High School in Arlington, SD, as our May student of the month.  The daughter of Nikki and Shane VanBockern, Read More
Senate Majority Leader says Congress could block Clean Power Plan

Senate Majority Leader says Congress could block Clean Power Plan

May 8, 2015 By Paul Cimapoli, News Director, American Public Power Association From the May 7 issue of Public Power Daily Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., recently said that Congress could utilize Read More
Economic trends and key accounts focus of Annual Meeting

Economic trends and key accounts focus of Annual Meeting

May 2, 2015 Heartland hosted our fourth Annual Meeting April 10. This year’s event featured presentations on current and future economic trends as well as the art of key account program development. The Read More
Howard student of the month to study genetics

Howard student of the month to study genetics

May 2, 2015 Heartland is pleased to announce Tate Hattervig, a senior at Howard High School in Howard, SD, as our April student of the month. The son of Robin and Mirinda Hattervig, Tate Read More
Clean Power Plan continues to draw controversy

Clean Power Plan continues to draw controversy

May 2, 2015 The Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, the rule proposed by the agency in June 2014, continues to stir debate.  The rule would require states to cut carbon dioxide emissions Read More
Long-time Madison electric superintendent retires

Long-time Madison electric superintendent retires

May 2, 2015 After 40 years of service to the city of Madison, SD, Dennis Poppen retired as electric superintendent May 1. Colleagues, friends and family celebrated his retirement in late April with an Read More
Lake Crystal kicks off load management program

Lake Crystal kicks off load management program

May 2, 2015 Lake Crystal Municipal Utilities (LCMU) hosted an open house April 22 to promote their recently announced residential load management program. The Minnesota utility is partnering with Omni-Pro Software of Madison, SD Read More
Heartland sponsors GOED reception

Heartland sponsors GOED reception

May 2, 2015 The South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) held its annual economic development conference in April.  Themed “May the Workforce Be With You,” this year’s conference covered topics ranging Read More
Volunteer in your community for Public Power Day of Giving

Volunteer in your community for Public Power Day of Giving

May 2, 2015 Public power is defined by a commitment to community and the spirit of public service.  Each year, American Public Power Association (APPA) kicks off its National Conference by celebrating this Read More