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For nearly 30 years Northern Electric Cooperative has served its members with more than electricity. We have served our members with communications services through our subsidiary Northern Rural Cable Television (NRCTV), which later was named Northern Wireless Communications.
Spring is here and that often means it is time to dig into those outdoor projects that have been on the shelf since last fall. But, before homeowners and landowners start those projects they need to call 811 to locate any underground utilities.
More than 1,500 teens from electric cooperatives across the country will travel to Washington D.C. in June for the 2017 Rural Electric Youth Tour. Doland High School junior Jazzlyn Tschetter will be one of them.
“I have not been to Washington D.C. but I am so excited to go,” Tschetter said.
Northern Electric Board President Mike McHugh finds inspiration for his woodworking projects in many places. If you step into his Brown County home, you’ll see some of those projects filling up many spaces.
“I like to see pictures of something and then go build it,” McHugh said.
By. Ben Dunsmoor
March 22, 2017
Northern Electric Cooperative would like landowners to be aware of co-op power poles and electrical equipment when they are conducting controlled burns this spring.