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Powering Through the Potential Perfect Storm

Two years into the pandemic and trucks and transformers are the toilet paper of today, according to many Wisconsin electric cooperatives. COVID-19 is currently waning, but the ripple effect crippling

Globe Trot Without Leaving Wisconsin

Immigrants began flooding into Wisconsin in the 1840s. Their imprint on our then-young state is still felt today, nearly 175 years later. So it’s no surprise that these immigrants brought

All Eyes on Wisconsin

The closing days of the Wisconsin legislative session this year are scheduled for March 8–10. These days will be the last general floor period for passing bills. Then in April,

State Urges Lower-Income Residents to Apply for Utility Assistance

This winter’s frigid cold stretch, coupled with higher natural gas prices and the ongoing pandemic, is creating a financial hardship for many lower-income Wisconsin households, but funds are available to

Get your Ducts in a Row

Q: My HVAC system is a mystery to me. What can I do to maintain it and keep my home comfortable year-round? A: For most people, the inner workings of

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Gallagher Garners Champion Award Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives presented the 2022 Champion of Electric Cooperatives Award to U.S. Representative Mike Gallagher (R-WI), who appeared at the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association’s Education