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Broadband coming to four areas

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in LaGrange County REMC

Our crews have made great strides completing the fiber backbone and building distribution fiber for our broadband internet service. We are now collecting applications for service in these four zones: LaGrange North, State Road 9 North, LaGrange East and Howe. If you are in one of these zones and have pre-registered, you should have received… Continue reading.

Bringing on the nostalgia

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Jay County REMC

It’s no secret that things have been a bit tough for everyone lately. These tough times have left many of us longing for “the good old days.”  For some of us, that means a simpler time that passed a little slower without the constant access to breaking news. The truth is that sometimes we need… Continue reading.

Return to camp

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Jay County REMC

Every summer, Jay County REMC invites incoming seventh graders to apply for a camp experience unlike any other summer camp. Camp Kilowatt, formerly called Touchstone Energy Camp, allows students to learn about the electric cooperative industry and electricity, participate in fun summer activities, and make new friends.  This four-day and three-night camp included tons of… Continue reading.

Indiana Youth Tour to D.C.

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Jay County REMC

This June, Jay County REMC was honored to sponsor Joseph Kunk on the Indiana Youth Tour to Washington, D.C. Kunk, a Portland resident, is a Jay County Junior-Senior High School incoming senior.  Youth Tour is a weeklong experience that allows students to visit historical monuments and museums, meet with Indiana’s congressional delegation on Capitol Hill,… Continue reading.

Back to school

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Heartland REMC

It’s a new school year and kids of all ages are getting ready for a fresh year of learning! From kindergarten through college, students attend school to gain knowledge about a broad variety of subjects and learn new skills that will prepare them for the future. In a similar vein, Heartland REMC is continually learning… Continue reading.

Fun at the fair

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Clark County REMC

Summer means different things to different families. For me, it’s about time with family, spending lazy days on the water, telling stories about the good old days, and making memories to enjoy for years to come. And here at Clark County REMC, after a few years of COVID interruptions, summer means making community connections at… Continue reading.

Return to camp

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Clark County REMC

Every summer, Clark County REMC invites students in the sixth grade to apply for a camp experience unlike any other summer camp. Camp Kilowatt, formerly called Touchstone Energy Camp, allows students to learn about the electric cooperative industry and electricity, participate in fun summer activities, and make new friends.  This four-day and three-night camp included… Continue reading.

Indiana Youth Tour to D.C.

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Clark County REMC

This June, Clark County REMC was honored to sponsor high school students entering their senior year on a trip to Washington, D.C., as part of the Indiana Youth Tour.  Youth Tour is a weeklong experience that allows students to visit historical monuments and museums, meet with Indiana’s congressional delegation on Capitol Hill, make lifelong friends,… Continue reading.

Help! My lights are flickering

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Posted on Aug 07, 2022 in Clark County REMC

Do you have lights that flicker? If you do, you know how annoying this can be. Here are some common reasons why this happens. Before you begin any work, be safe with electric components and wiring. Switch off power at your circuit breaker panel and test your work area for energized wires using a voltage… Continue reading.