|A day in the life of a senior legislative representative - |
Steve Tomac is a Basin Electric senior legislative representative, or lobbyist. Each of Basin Electric’s lobbyists cover assigned states.
|Once a soldier, always a soldier - |
Command Sgt. Maj. Job, building superintendent at Basin Electric’s Headquarters, ended a military career that spanned more than 40 years at a Change of Responsibility ceremony in Bismarck, ND.
|Responsible Care: A process of continuous improvement - |
The Responsible Care program is going through an evolution with the addition of two new reporting systems for Responsible Care companies: the Process Safety Code and Product Safety Network.
|The Basin Electric employee advantage - |
Co-op Connections Card discount program re-launched cooperative-wide.
|The challenge of R and R - |
Basin Electric is focusing on employee retention and recruitment in the Williston Basin.
|A day in the life of a pilot/aviation safety officer - |
Loren Carson has logged more than 14,000 hours flying for Basin Electric and others.
|Easement challenges could mean delays and increased power costs - |
The amount of requests McKenzie Electric Cooperative gets for electric connections consistently exceeds what the co-op can get done.
|New faces in 2012 - |
Basin Electric and Dakota Gas boards welcome new members.
|A day in the life of a construction coordinator at Pioneer Generation Station construction site - |
Craig Muilenburg is a construction coordinator for Basin Electric, and Waylon is his black Labrador. Together, they’re stationed at the Pioneer Generation Station Phase I construction site.
|Celebrating the power of youth - |
Hill County Electric Cooperative celebrates youth every single month with its Power of Youth award and throughout the year with scholarships, sponsorships and grants and its Celebrate Youth Day in the spring.
|Change starts here at Basin Electric - |
Shawn Hammes is a receptionist at the front desk at Basin Electric Headquarters. He has cerebral palsy, and is unable to drive due to its physical effects. He uses Bis-Man Transit’s public transit services nearly every day.
|Committee makes first pass at resolution - |
The Basin Electric Resolutions Committee gathered to review Basin Electric’s resolutions at a meeting Sept. 11.
|President and General Manager’s report - |
Basin Electric evaluates how to confront the challenge ahead.
|Strengthening the invisible backbone - |
Basin Electric upgrades microwave system.
|Study shows Bakken boom benefits the entire Basin Electric membership - |
The positive impact of the Bakken spreads across Basin Electric’s membership and beyond.
|Tooth Taxi to deliver smiles - |
Tooth Taxi delivers dental care to thousands of underserved children throughout North Dakota.