A Little Generosity Goes a Long Way Since the very beginning of the rich history of electric cooperatives in America, the Wisconsin co-ops have justifiably taken pride in their contributions to the rural electrification movement’s success. This magazine would be an especially pertinent example, as the nation’s very first statewide publication for electric cooperative members.
Historic Theater Shines During the Holidays If all the world’s a stage, the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts in Menomonie is a leading player. Named one of the 15 Spectacular Theaters of the World by CNN Travel, this historic theater in northwest Wisconsin holds its own on CNN’s distinguished list that includes venues like
Co-op Service Earns Statewide Honors Three longtime Wisconsin electric co-op employees were honored for their committed service during the November annual meeting of the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association (WECA) in La Crosse. Hathaway, Dunn Energy CEO since 1994, was presented with the ACE (Ally of Cooperative Electrification) Award, WECA’s highest honor, given for exemplary service
Where Has The Year Gone It seems like yesterday we were celebrating The Fourth of July and now, if you’re like my family, you’re in full swing getting ready for the winter holidays. The Thanksgiving leftovers are pretty well used up and Christmas is just around the corner. A couple of years ago I shared
Advances in electronics offer something for everyone Electricity doesn’t just have to light up your tree this Christmas—it can also power your holiday gift list. Electric gadgets can cook, entertain, help with chores, and improve your health, says Brian Sloboda, a program and product manager at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). He says