Every year, Minnkota's crews work to keep our members and our region more reliable.
Minnkota’s new transmission substation will both fortify power reliability and support regional load growth.
Minnkota members have provided nearly $7.9 million to charitable causes through Operation Round Up®.
Three Farm Daughters has created a pasta empire within Nodak Electric Cooperative’s rural footprint.
The Rural Access Distribution (RAD) Cooperative is combatting North Dakota grocery store closures with some small-town collaboration.
Twenty-five years after the historic 1997 ice storm and flood, current Minnkota employees reflected on the natural disasters that tested the resilience of the cooperative.
A new Grand Forks research facility is unearthing an energy future in Minnkota’s energy past.
Minnkota's system-wide deployment of distribution automation technology is rapidly enhancing response and reliability.
A North Dakota farm family has built a packaging company to support the local economy, give back to the community and create a generational legacy.
Minnkota’s member cooperatives are building out a network of electric vehicle fast chargers to help connect the service area.
Minnkota’s member cooperatives used their resources and ingenuity to safely and effectively serve their communities through the pandemic.
The owners of Buffalo Coulee Wood Products bring lumber to life near Cummings, N.D.