Drop by to register for prizes, see the renovated 4-H building and just say “howdy” to electric cooperative staff.
This overview provides the steps necessary to keep dangers at bay in your home. The breadth of potential dangers is greater than you might imagine.
Kids need plenty of outdoor play time. However, they need to know these electrical safety rules to avoid disaster this summer.
You may think you have the best system for putting dishes in your dishwasher … but do you really? These tips will help you save energy and enjoy cleaner dishes.
Learn what electric cooperatives are doing to protect members’ access to electricity and what you can do to help, too.
As a result of summer’s heat and humidity, most of us switch on our air conditioning units and see our electric bills get higher as a result. Learn how you can keep those bills from skyrocketing.
Wish you could “pay back” a great volunteer in your community? You can! Read on for details.
Stay vigilant when on the water. Weather and electric lines close by can be dangerous when you are near water.
If you are renovating your home—and even if you aren’t but want to update to the latest safety measures—find out what is now required by the 2020 National Electrical Code.
Your spring-cleaning task list may include power-washing your home’s exterior. Follow these suggestions to prevent a serious electrical accident.