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Families Flock to Nordic Mountain
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Snow Much Fun

Families Flock to Nordic Mountain Where do you go when you really, really want snow? Specifically, a snowy slope to descend? If you’re in the vicinity of Mt. Morris near Wild Rose, you can always head to Nordic Mountain. Thanks to the winter recreation facility’s newly expanded, state-of-the-art snow-making system, visitors are pretty much guaranteed

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Here are the basics on one of the most important forces in your everyday life. We depend on electricity 24/7, but have you ever wondered how it’s made, or where it comes from? To understand the basics of something so important to modern life, think about steam from a teakettle and those magnets stuck to

Once a year, for all the year

One of the seven cooperative principles our member electric co-ops apply to guide their business practices is Democratic Member Control. The practical intent of this principle is that cooperatives are to be democratically self-governing organizations controlled by their members. When you actively participate in your cooperative, you have the opportunity to influence policy and help

Whose line is it, anyway?

Federal Rulemaking isn’t what it seems In 1976 the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), the body of administrative law through which rulemaking agencies supervise innumerable details of daily life in America, was nearing 90,000 pages. Its growth since then has averaged about 2,500 pages annually, bulking up to a grand total exceeding 180,000 pages by

Mutual Aid bill – Scholarship Applications – Nuke Project – Cold = gas demand – Feds decline rulemaking

Legislature advances Mutal Aid bill At press time for this month’s Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News, the Wisconsin Legislature was moving forward with a bill creating a sales and use tax exemption for mutual assistance services performed by electric cooperatives or telecommunications utilities during a disaster period. Seen here, Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association Government Relations Director

Wisconsin’s Winter Wonderland Photo Contest

Readers did not disappoint in Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News’ most recent photo contest. Photo submissions came in from across the state. Let us know what you think on Facebook.