Current Issue

Co-op Careers: a paycheck and a purpose

October highlights unique business model Every day, more than 75,000 men and women go to work at America’s electric cooperatives to keep the lights on for 42 million energy consumers

Ghosts and Ghouls Underground

Have some Halloween fun at Eagle Cave Eagle Cave in Blue River comes with a whole checklist of superlatives. As the state’s largest onyx cave, it’s a geological wonder. As

Revenge of the ‘90s: Memories fade and a bad idea returns

This is a story about First World problems. Third World problems begin with availability of safe drinking water and electricity. Globally, billions have neither. To the average Third World individual,

Tackling the decline in rural voting through “Co-ops Vote”

During my 16 years as a state representative, I valued my relationship with the members of the rural electric cooperatives I represented. The members were always engaging on issues and