Tri-State Technician Chris Depuy's two-day critical repair project involved harsh weather conditions and creative problem solving.
Approved mining plan preserves 220 jobs while protecting the greater sage-grouse and other wildlife habitats.
Tri-State employee donations will continue to make a difference in their communities beyond the 2016 holiday season.
A motorcycle holiday toy run for Haven House families is a natural expansion of Montrose staff’s volunteer efforts.
This November, our employees heard from four veterans whose diverse career paths led them to Tri-State.
Rick Thompson will begin meeting with employees and community leaders as transition team manager for mine and station retirements.
Tri-State's Barbara Walz was voted on to the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry board for a 3-year term.
Proposed revision will enforce stringent emissions limits in 2020 and retire the 427-megawatt Craig Station Unit 1 by Dec. 31, 2025.
Nucla Station to retire by 2022 as part of agreement on proposed revisions to Colorado regional haze plan.