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Resources for Recovery

From school supplies to utility assistance, help is available for those struggling financially under the weight of the ongoing pandemic The coronavirus pandemic is devastating for many Wisconsin families, both physically and financially. Wisconsin was designated as one of the nation’s “hot spots” following weeks marked with record-setting days for both new confirmed cases, and

Stately Honor

Tree farm’s award-winning wreaths bring a touch of co-op to the state capital Pictured at the top: Barb Cook (left) oversees the wreath-making operation at Cooks’ Woods Christmas tree farm. Designers Judy Behncke (center), Jolene Rech (right), and Vicky Case (not pictured) created the wreath that won the grand prize in the 2020 contest sponsored

Shop Co-op

Member-owned businesses make for safe and special holiday gift-giving Holiday shopping is in full swing, and like everything else, it’s going to be a bit different this year. A typical holiday shopping excursion comes with crowds of people and extended time in enclosed spaces—situations that public health experts recommend avoiding right now to stay safe

Family Traditions

As we wrap up this year, which was full of new challenges and uncertainty, our thoughts and prayers are with all families who are navigating the holidays and coping with the loss of a loved one. Regardless of whether a death is due to the pandemic, or other illness or accident, their seat at the

“…Just Happy to Help!”

Most people have been in Michelle Piper’s shoes before—rushing to get somewhere, 8 million things on your mind, and in your haste, you misplace something of value. In Michelle’s case, the “something of value” was her purse that she left on the roof of her car! A new Rock Energy member in the Rockton area,

Give the gift of energy savings…with upgraded electronics

Tis the season to make our lists and check them twice. For family and friends on the nice list, consider helping them save money on monthly energy bills. Beyond some of the more traditional energy efficiency measures, such as sealing air leaks or adding additional insulation, there are several popular electronics gift ideas that can

In Memory: Dean Tesch | WECA Hybrid Annual Meeting | WECA Urges Priority for Covid-19 Vaccination Plan | East Central Energy Earns Federal Recognition | PSC Seeks Applicants for Energy Grants

In Memory: Dean Tesch (1962–2020) The electric utility industry lost a beacon of light and respected leader when Dean Tesch, 58, lost his battle with cancer. Tesch died on Saturday, October 31, at his residence in Stetsonville. At the time of his death, Dean held the positions of chairman of the Taylor Electric Cooperative board