Thinking of starting a new DIY or home remodeling project? Before you begin, here are some quick tips and tricks to keep in mind to make your work go as smoothly and successfully as possible. Keep it simple It’s a good idea to set realistic targets for what you’d like to accomplish. If you’re a… Continue reading.
Small steps can add up to significant reductions in electricity use — which will also help you save on your electric bill. These five ideas are simple to implement but will lead to energy conservation and cost reduction down the line. Switch to LED lighting Traditional incandescent bulbs consume a good deal of electricity and…
Camp Kilowatt Date: June 7-10 A fun and unique camp experience for students entering seventh grade. The camp takes place in early June and gives kids a chance to learn about energy while making new friends and enjoying activities and games. This three-day camp includes horseback riding, electric cooperative education, rock climbing, swimming and much… Continue reading.
In addition to our new logo, revealed last year, we took some time to revamp our website. Through our website you can pay your bill, take care of most account inquiries through our SmartHub portal, apply for rebates, keep up with REMC news and events, and check out all the youth programs that REMC has… Continue reading.
Becoming a mechanic was a natural path for recently retired Randy Hovarter. Growing up on a farm in rural Kendallville, he had to learn how to fix equipment on his own, tinkering and repairing machinery as issues popped up. This led him to being pushed into a shop position at the local scrap yard at… Continue reading.
It’s his job to keep your lights on, and he does everything in his power to maintain and improve that reliability. As manager of engineering and operations, Doug Dickmeyer has found a career with the perfect balance of engineering projects inside the office, while also being able to go out in the field to work… Continue reading.
Noble REMC is happy to welcome Jarrett Hawk to the co-op as the newest member of our right-of-way crew. An Albion native and Central Noble High School graduate, Hawk began his position as a tree trimmer in August and is excited to be working to serve his community. “I wanted to do something within my… Continue reading.
The origin of the shrimp cocktail is a little fishy, but Indianapolis’ St. Elmo Steak House has been serving their own delicious version since 1902. According to writer Nick Kindelsperger, another one of the earliest recorded mentions of the dish was an advertisement in the Nov. 30, 1914, issue of The Chicago Daily Tribune. Along… Continue reading.
Creating the northeast corner of Indiana, Steuben County is a border county touching two other states, Michigan and Ohio. The county’s natural beauty of lakes and forests truly makes it a transition county as Indiana gives way to the more naturally majestic Great Lakes landscapes of Michigan. And, to underscore its outdoorsy wintry feel, it’s… Continue reading.
October is here! Cooler temperatures will be here soon, fall festivals are in full swing, and my personal favorite: everywhere you turn there’sa pumpkin-spiced treat! But at Clark County REMC, October means we are celebrating Co-op Month. Every October we put a special emphasis on giving back to our community because we wouldn’t exist without… Continue reading.
The invasive spotted lanternfly has landed in northern Indiana. The pest was seen in Huntington County in July, just one year after its initial Hoosier sighting in Switzerland County. The spotted lanternfly, easily identified by a splash of red on its wings and almost polka dot spots, is native to China and was first detected… Continue reading.
Whether you have a hankering for a kimchi pancake or a kebab — or if you just want to expand your culinary horizons — Bloomington, Indiana, is the place to go. Home to Indiana University, Bloomington has attracted people from all over the world who come to live and learn. You can experience different cultures,… Continue reading.