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The buck stops where?

Co-ops take responsibility for cybersecurity Ten years ago in the United States, hackers armed only with a keyboard and mouse destroyed a diesel-electric generator, demonstrating a dangerous vulnerability of the

ATVentures in Black River Country

For those who like a little more power in their play, taking to the trails in an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or utility-terrain vehicle (UTV) leaves other kinds of outdoor activities

Haste, Wasted

Those who have spent time around legislative institutions know that when a proposal is moving so fast it’s scheduled for a public hearing before a complete draft exists, the chances

The future of solar energy

The price of solar has fallen dramatically to become competitive with other generation sources. In 2015 and 2016, the United States installed more solar panels than in the previous 30

New co-op solar project energized; Badger Coulee construction halt lifted; Lighting key to reduced energy use; TMI set for early retirement; Dairyland to add gas plant

New co-op solar project energized A new utility-scale solar generation facility was brought on line May 24 near Roberts in the St. Croix Electric Cooperative (SCEC) service area, coinciding with