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License to Live

It was a couple of years ago when Carol Blaken, member relations manager at Jackson Electric Cooperative, was on her way to Madison for a football game with her husband

Delightful Detours

We’ve taken quite a journey through “Wisconsin Favorites” over the years. With this longstanding regular feature of the Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News, we aim to discover and promote the many

Leading the Charge

Thoughts of a new school year are in the air, and many rural Wisconsin residents are unsure how to plan for the back-to-school madness that usually occurs each August. With

Operation Roundup Funds Help Purchase Drone For Marquette County Sheriff’s Office

A missing person mission in Marquette County in September 2019 was successful thanks to the help of the Green Lake County Sheriff's Office and their drone team. After the relief

Managing Home Energy Use through a Summer of Social Distancing

If you want to make the best use of your efforts to save money on your energy bill, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) can show you where to start.

Proposal Could Save Millions for Electric Co-Ops | Clark Appointed to Broadband Task Force | New President and CEO for East Central Energy | Summertime Spike in Electric Use | Scholarships Available

Proposal in Congress Could Save Millions for Electric Cooperatives Bipartisan members of Congress have proposed the Flexible Financing for Rural America Act, which would allow electric cooperatives and small rural