Why Basin: Moving from good to great

After a 30-year-long career of good jobs, Project Control Analyst Loren Black says he has finally found a great one. Black has held this position … [Read more...]

Improving life through organ donation

Kayla McCloud has known for much of her life she might donate a kidney one day. That’s not something you typically hear. On June 21, McCloud, who … [Read more...]

Basin Electric partners with living things in some reclamation

Backer Bees

Commitment to the environment can be shown in a variety of ways. Following are a few ways Basin Electric keeps nature in mind in … [Read more...]

Lignite Energy Council sponsors contest for leadership students in Coal Country

More than 80 students from Beulah, Center-Stanton, Hazen, Underwood, and Washburn, ND, high schools learned about mining, reclamation, and power plant … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employee featured in Wahpeton newspaper article

The article, Son of railroad man builds career with Basin Electric was published in the Wahpeton Daily News on Aug. 16, 2017. An excerpt is published … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employee featured for community involvement

Community betterment is the co-op way. Some employees such as Erin Huntimer, however, go above and beyond average involvement. Huntimer, Basin … [Read more...]

Model railroad hobby is just the ticket for Basin Electric employee

It’s not every day a person’s job and hobby intersect. But, that’s the case for Micheal Farley, Basin Electric senior fleet administrator, who … [Read more...]

Basin Electric engineer earns football accolades

Drevlow goes for the tackle

Two things Ryan Drevlow had a knack for while growing up were STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and football. The former led to … [Read more...]

Basin Electric features food with a flourish

Duane Ehrens can turn a red apple into a pheasant. No, he’s not a magician – he’s a food artist. Ehrens, Basin Electric’s food service … [Read more...]

Sakakawea Medical Center made possible with co-op support

Sakakawea Medical Center

[/caption] It began as a conversation about the future of health care. “We took a look at our facility infrastructure and decided that maybe … [Read more...]