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A Winning Strategy

The $5 Million Reason Advocating for Electric Co-Ops is so Important When the Green Bay Packers took the field for Jordan Love’s very first home game as the team’s starting quarterback at Lambeau Field on Sunday, September 24, they were solid underdogs. Plagued by injuries and inexperience, the team was down 17 to 0 heading

A Place to Heal

Holcombe Area Veterans Memorial creates space to honor those who served Veterans and their loved ones will soon have a place for honoring all who have served in the past, present, and future, as progress continues on the Holcombe Area Veterans Memorial. The tribute will be located just west of Highway 27 on 263rd Avenue

The Power of Pie

Serving up Comfort and Community in Every Slice What’s in a homemade pie? There’s the usual ingredients of course, like flour, butter or shortening, a little bit of salt, and some kind of filling, all carefully combined into a mouth-watering treat. But somehow, a homemade pie is so much more than just a delicious sum

Safety and our Staff

From the start, safety has been at the heart of Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives. So much so that each year, Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives recognize the safety leaders among our ranks with the Herman C. Potthast Award. The award’s namesake started Wisconsin’s rural electric job training and safety programs in 1943 and continued his mission for nearly

How to Insulate Your Attic Hatch

Q: I’ve noticed a draft coming in around my attic hatch, and it makes the room uncomfortable. Can you offer any tips for this? A: You can eliminate drafts and reduce energy waste by properly sealing and insulating your attic hatch. Attic hatches are often overlooked, even if the rest of the attic is properly

News Briefs

YLC Essay Contest Winners Announced Youth attendees of this summer’s WECA Youth Leadership Conference at UW-Stout were invited to submit an essay based on a presentation by Ben Bella, safety & loss control manager for a group of electric co-ops, that focused on the importance of electrical safety in the home and community. Rowan Wergeland