Just over two years ago, NRECA embarked on an unprecedented initiative to re-imagine our digital presence—to redefine who we are, how we engage with our members and how we tell our story. We have reached our first major milestone with the official launch of electric.coop.
Navopache Electric Cooperative General Manager Cletus “Mac” Eddy died more than eight years ago, but his life and military service were honored recently in an unusual ceremony involving the return of a long-lost dog tag.
Editor’s note: Last month, 15 volunteer linemen from Missouri and Oklahoma traveled to Bolivia to bring electricity to 360 families. In the sixth of a series, Heath Martin of Northfork Electric Cooperative, Sayre, Oklahoma, explains what the trip meant to him.
By School Superintendent Linda Wiltfong’s estimate, the number of students needing financial support has more than doubled in the past 11 years at the South Central School Community School Corp. in Union Mills, Indiana.
Editor’s note: Last month, 15 volunteer linemen from Missouri and Oklahoma traveled to Bolivia to bring electricity to 360 families. In the fifth of a series, Jared Kelley of SEMO Electric Cooperative, Sikeston, Missouri, explains what the trip meant to him.
Editor’s note: In July, Jim Matheson became the sixth CEO in the history of NRECA. In this Q&A, Matheson, 56, who represented Utah in Congress for seven terms from 2001 to 2015, talks about his early impressions of NRECA, his background, and how co-ops can get their message across in a time of political polarization.