Shovel-ready in Arlington

Shovel-ready in Arlington

May 31, 2017 Public Power is Good for Business is a quarterly section highlighting successful businesses and projects located in our customer communities. Public power communities help foster prosperity and growth by offering Read More
Groton finance officer Anita Lowary retiring

Groton finance officer Anita Lowary retiring

May 31, 2017 By Katherine Grandstrand of the Aberdeen, SD American News; Originally appeared online at AberdeenNews.com; reprinted with permission Anita Lowary looks back at her 36 years with the city After 36 years, Read More
Rolfes comfortable in new role in Akron

Rolfes comfortable in new role in Akron

May 31, 2017 Former water/wastewater operator now serving as city administrator Dan Rolfes is a familiar face in the small community of Akron, Iowa. “I was born and raised here, and I’ve never Read More
May student of the month passionate about pediatric cancer research

May student of the month passionate about pediatric cancer research

May 31, 2017 Madison student recognized for his commitment and drive Kevin Shan, a junior at Madison High School, has been named Heartland’s May Student of the Month. “Kevin is an outstanding student Read More
Arlington salutatorian named April student of the month

Arlington salutatorian named April student of the month

April 28, 2017 Braxton Donley, a senior at Arlington High School, has been named Heartland’s April Student of the Month. Hard-working and kindhearted, Donley is recognized by local educators for her ability to Read More
March student of the month skilled in American Sign Language

March student of the month skilled in American Sign Language

March 31, 2017 Kara Hannasch has been named Heartland’s March Student of the Month. A senior at Colman-Egan High School, she is recognized by her teachers as a bright, well-rounded student with a Read More
February student of the month is student body president

February student of the month is student body president

March 3, 2017 Heartland is pleased to announce Matt Larson as our February Student of the Month. A senior at Sioux Valley High School, Matt is recognized for his leadership skills and dedication Read More
Making room to grow

Making room to grow

January 30, 2017 Utility systems studies in Volga determine infrastructure requirements, feasibility Ask any seasoned community developer and he or she will tell you: economic development doesn’t just happen. Efforts must be made Read More
January student of the month enjoys volunteering, helping others

January student of the month enjoys volunteering, helping others

January 30, 2017 We are pleased to announce Lily Monroe as our January Student of the Month. A senior at Madison High School, Lily is recognized for her penchant to give back to her Read More
Sioux Falls cuts costs with lighting upgrade

Sioux Falls cuts costs with lighting upgrade

January 4, 2017 New LED lights could save the city $1,200 annually The city of Sioux Falls, SD spends an estimated $1.48 million annually on street lighting. With over 19,000 street lights, that represents Read More