Bayfield Electric places flagpoles At Across the Pond Veterans Park

For Bayfield Electric Cooperative employees Bob Lahti, Keith Kavajecz, and Keith Klobucher, setting poles and stringing power lines are part of a normal day’s work. In early September they had an opportunity to use these skills in a new way when they volunteered their time to place the flagpoles that can be seen at Across

When Green Leads to Black

What caused California’s blackouts and could it happen here? It was hot, even by California standards. For several days in August, temperatures peaked into the 100s, tripping up the state that was running full stride in the race to lead the nation in green energy policy. Hundreds of thousands of residents were left to suffer

Through Changes and Challenges, Co-ops Stay Connected to their Communities

We like the word local. We like it because it’s the nearby hardware store where we can get what we need. It’s where we meet friends for coffee. It’s the shop where they look us in the eye and smile. It’s a word of warmth that makes us feel known. Local also means your electric

Blazing Trails

Take in the fall colors along Wisconsin’s Rustic Roads October has arrived in all its crimson and gold glory, and it’s time to take this show on the road. Rather, it’s time to take in this show on the road. There’s nothing like a journey through the fall foliage to brighten up a day, and