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A Taste of Trouble

Madison's Brush with Electric System Disruption Those who prefer to see the glass half full might say the 19th of July, forecast to be the summer’s hottest day to that point, at least started out with a dense overcast. With thick humidity and a predicted afternoon high of 95 degrees, cloud cover would help slow

A River of Stories

Explore the Upper Mississippi at Genoa's Great River Road Interpretive Center A journey along Wisconsin’s Great River Road is now even greater thanks to the recent opening of a new interpretive center near the National Fish Hatchery in Genoa. Now in its second year, the state’s newest Great River Road Interpretive Center was made possible

The Value of Volume

Like their counterparts nationwide, Wisconsin’s electric cooperatives operate as not-for-profit electric utilities created for the sole purpose of making electricity available to homes and farms that large, for-profit utilities long ago refused to serve. The co-op business model has worked exceedingly well for more than 83 years in our state. Now, the farm and rural

Insulating for Comfort and Energy $avings

Dear Pat and Brad:   We’re dreading winter. It feels like every year, no matter what we do, our home still feels cold and our heating bills go through the roof. We think our home may need more insulation. Any advice before winter hits? – Grace Dear Grace:   There’s a good chance you are right about

Youth Board | New Statewide Directors | Nuke Project | Reliability Report | Aquatic Plants

Youth Board Members Chosen High schoolers from across the state were elected to lead next year’s event at the recent Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association Youth Leadership Conference at UW–River Falls. They will also attend next year’s National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. Front row: Lauren Thompson, St. Croix Electric; Matthew Holtz, Oakdale