Dry Fork Station plant engineer part of WY coal delegation to Japan

Bamboo shoots, jellyfish, ice cream topped with squid ink – the traditional Japanese cuisine was a little outside Dennis Thorfinnson’s comfort … [Read more...]

Montana Limestone helps neighbor after devastating house fire

During the day, there are about three dozen people walking around the community of Warren, MT, but at night, there is a lone soul who lives … [Read more...]

Science Center in Gillette, WY, features exhibit built by Basin Electric

Pathfinders

The coal industry means a lot to the community of Gillette, WY. Now, the school district’s science center has a display focused on the history of … [Read more...]

Dry Fork Station cap appears in Antarctica

Dry Fork Station cap in Antarctica

A piece of Dry Fork Station made its way to the South Pole earlier this year. Bob Berger, husband of former Wyoming Rep. Rosie Berger, wore his Dry … [Read more...]

Montana members welcomed by Basin Electric membership

New Montana members map

Jan. 1, 2017, a set of new Basin Electric members in Montana started receiving power deliveries from Basin Electric. The votes on bylaws at … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employee’s daughter has Olympic-sized experience

Good things abound for the Clyde family. First and foremost, Olivia Clyde was declared cancer-free after being diagnosed in 2013 with osteosarcoma, … [Read more...]

Montana Limestone trains featured in Trains Magazine

Two Canadian trains that found a home at Dakota Coal Company subsidiary, Montana Limestone Company (MLC) in Warren, MT, have been featured in a … [Read more...]

Dry Fork Station employees lend a hand

It was United Way’s Helping Hands Day in Campbell County, Wyoming, and Dry Fork Station employees had a few helping hands to contribute. United … [Read more...]

Basin Electric co-op love from opposite ends of the United States

Two Basin Electric employees sent their Basin Electric co-op love through Twitter Jan. 27. And the mediums they used to communicate their messages … [Read more...]

Helping disabled veterans, one mile at a time

In just under four hours, Jamie Schindler, control room operator at Laramie River Station, saw many of the sites visitors to Washington, D.C. strive … [Read more...]