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Empowering Enterprise

Electric co-op collaboration energizes rural community A Tennessee farmer once famously proclaimed, “Brothers and sisters, I want to tell you this. The greatest thing on earth is to have the love of God in your heart, and the next greatest thing is to have electricity in your house.” That was roughly 80 years ago, when

Fast Track to Fun

Levis Mound Recreational Area has the inside track on outdoor fun. With miles of groomed trails that loop through the Clark County Forest, Levis Mound is one of the premier trail systems for mountain biking and its fast-growing offshoot—fat-tire biking—in the Midwest. You needn’t be a cyclist, however, to enjoy this area. Of its more

A Sense of Balance

Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives give their full attention every day to providing power for their members reliably, safely, in an environmentally responsible manner, and at an affordable price. One thing helping them accomplish this is that they, and the regional electric grid where electricity is bought and sold, are able to count on a number of

Co-op Month | Cyber Breach | Weather Repairs | Scammers

Co-op Month Recognized Governor Scott Walker followed the tradition of his predecessors September 5, issuing an official proclamation designating October as Cooperative Month in Wisconsin. The annual observance recognizes that Wisconsin, in 1887, was among the earliest states to enact legislation authorizing the formation of cooperatives and spelling out their business structure, rights, duties, and

Reasons to consider a Co-op Career

Unique in (at least) four ways More and more often nowadays it’s said that young adults starting out in life are searching for a purposeful career. If you’re conducting that kind of search, there’s a real chance you might need look no further than your local electric cooperative. Those aren’t just words or wishes. Working