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It’s Not Easy Being Important

In 2020, All Eyes on Wisconsin? More than one veteran political analyst has said rural Wisconsin swing voters played an outsized role in deciding the 2016 presidential election—and nobody saw

Teamwork Time

As this edition of Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News went to press, state legislators were in the early stages of the activity that occupies most of their attention in each odd-numbered

Exploring Ag

Stone Field Village Showcases State's Agriculture Heritage It’s pretty obvious that agriculture is important in Wisconsin. The state’s nickname, after all, is America’s Dairyland, and its residents are known far

Prom and graduation Season Safe Driving Tips

Does your teen know what to do in a collision with a utility pole? Electric cooperatives’ top priority is to provide safe, reliable, and affordable energy to their members. Member

Lawmakers Honored | Nuke Output | More Solar | Pension Reform

Lawmakers Honored Three state lawmakers were honored during the recent Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association (WECA) Education and Lobby Days event in Madison. Displaying their symbolic light bulbs and plaques identifying