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Tons of Treasures at Elmer’s Auto and Toy Museum

It all started with a single pedal car. In 1971, Elmer Duellman of Fountain City bought a pedal car at a swap meet. The antique toy fit right in with

We told them so, Co-op proposed environmental solution catches on

In the final week of July a brief item in a utility newsletter sent us searching the archives of Wisconsin Energy Cooperative News. Burrowing through a decade’s worth of back issues,

All politics is local – So is the future of rural America

      In two months, Americans will cast votes for a president, 34 senators, 435 members of Congress, 12 governors, 5,920 state legislators, and in countless local races. If

Democratic Member Control

Democratic Member Control As a member of an electric cooperative, you can play a significant role in deciding what happens at your local cooperative and within the co-op associations with which it’s

WECA Youth, Butterflies, Directors chosen, Solar and Renewable Growth

NEW WECA YOUTH BOARD ELECTED The 2016–17 Wisconsin Electric Co- operative Association Youth Board was elected during the organization’s recent Youth Leadership Congress—the 53rd— at UW–River Falls. Sponsored by their