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Which June Cover Option is Your Favorite?

Each June, we hold a contest among the local communicators from electric cooperatives across the state. We ask them to submit a photo to be considered for the cover of our June magazine that says “dairy.” We are, after all, the Dairy State and take pride in that honor. Winning our contest again this year


You’ll Dig These Destinations

Former Mining Sites Transformed Into Recreational/Historical Trails From the shores of the Great Lakes Region where the Copper Culture thrived in prehistoric times, to the mineral-rich lands of the Upper Mississippi where the lead boom of the early 1800s helped accelerate statehood, mining has always been a key part of the area we now know


Tornado season 2024 is off to a ferocious start. First, the state’s earliest-ever twisters hit in early February. Then, May brought several days with severe weather and spawned 21 tornadoes, bringing the year-to-date total to 23, already matching the state’s annual tornado average. Sixteen tornadoes hit on Tuesday, May 21, wreaking havoc, mainly in rural

Work Continues to Bring Electricity to the Navajo Nation

For the second year in a row, two linemen from Central Wisconsin Electric Cooperative (CWEC) traveled to the Navajo Nation in Arizona to take part in the Light Up Navajo Project. Mack Yarbrough and Josh Wick spent a week working to bring electricity to residents of the Navajo Nation. Wick said he decided to participate