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A typical careful day in the life of a lineworker

“We don’t say, ‘hurry up.’ ” Like many of his days as an electric co-op lineworker, Larry’s day actually started the night before. He was getting ready for bed when

A Solid Session

The Wisconsin Legislature on March 22 wrapped up regular business for a two-year session, in which the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association had significant accomplishments. An early issue was Governor Walker’s

Robots & Sensors, Part II

The benefits of utility automation Last month, we discussed utility technologies for monitoring, data collection, and remote-control technologies, such as AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data

Annual Meeting Educates | Tesch Elected to CFC Board | Russian Influence | Nuke Fuel Storage | Nowak Departs PSC

Annual meeting educates, serves host community Some 6,000 electric co-op leaders attended the recent National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Participants heard presentations on industry

Brewing up History in Potosi

St. Louis, Missouri, has Anheuser-Busch and the Gateway Arch. Milwaukee has Miller High Life and the Milwaukee Art Museum. And Potosi has Good Old Potosi Beer and the National Brewery