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Northern Electric member Philip Boeke is settling into his new home in northeast Aberdeen. The Agtegra Cooperative employee moved from Nebraska into his brand-new Homes Are Possible Incorporated (HAPI) house in mid-December with his wife and young daughter.
Summer is just around the corner and that means you and your family will likely be making plans for summer vacations, getaway weekends at the lake, or family reunions and picnics. I know, the calendar can fill up fast as you try to fit in as many activities as possible, but I would like you to make room for one more important date on your calendar; June 5.
The peace of mind a standby electric generator brings to your home, farm or business is big. It’s nice to have a backup plan to keep things running through unpredictable weather and occasional outages. But with big peace of mind comes big responsibility.
Warner High School sophomore Sarah Aman is heading to Washington D.C. this summer to represent Northern Electric Cooperative during the 2018 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour.
Trees can be a great asset to any landscape, and when planted appropriately, can offer shade during the heat of the summer and protection against the cold winds of the winter. However, trees planted in the wrong place can become a nuisance – and even dangerous - when they grow near power lines.
Spring planting is upon us and Northern Electric Cooperative would like to remind local farmers to stay safe this season. Overhead and underground power lines can be easily overlooked, and deadly if ignored.
A chance to earn scholarships.
An opportunity to learn about her strengths.
Fun and engaging sessions aimed at developing leadership and career skills.
Northern Electric Line Foreman Jerry Weber has worked as a lineman for the cooperative for nearly 35 years, but he knows safety is one job ticket he will not close during his career. At an electric cooperative, employee and member safety programs are never finished and are always evolving and improving.
It’s easy to say you care, but actually making a difference is what really counts. That is what the Rural Electric Economic Development Fund (REED) has been doing for more than 20 years.