OPPD honored the 18 employees who have died in the line of duty during the annual Day of Remembrance.
OPPD employee enlists co-workers to volunteer at Ronald McDonald House’s Meals that Heal program.
OPPD’s Chris Sterba’s daughter Natalie recently realized her dream of playing violin at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall.
Senior media specialist Mike Jones left a legacy of professionalism and care for his community.
The utility’s President’s Award was given to employee, security guard who teamed up to save a customer who fell ill in lobby.
It’s better to give than to receive, and many OPPD employees are living that motto during the utility’s ‘Month of Giving.’
The OPPD employee couldn’t remember taking a sick day during her career. Then she received a call that changed everything.
OPPD and other members of the Nebraska Energy Workforce Consortium focuses on tomorrow’s workforce at two-day event.
OPPD environmental administrator Patrick Finigan is at home in the outdoors, whether working for the utility or greater good.
Jerry Meier logged hundreds of miles in 30 years reading electricity meters.