By Austin Arceo Three Birds Casual employees routinely unload shipping containers of inventory delivered by semi-trailer trucks several times each week. The president of the luxury furniture making business knew it was time for a new facility when soaring success led to more than a half dozen shipping containers staying in the parking lot to… Continue reading.
Coal and gas delivery and extremely cold weather at the end of 2022 are impacting the cost of providing reliable electricity to our co-op members. Noble REMC’s power supplier, Wabash Valley Power Alliance (WVPA), is a not-for-profit like Noble REMC, so the increased cost of generating and transmitting electricity to over 331,000 members in Indiana,… Continue reading.
Noble REMC’s Operation Round Up grant program kicked the year off with a bang, awarding more than $18,000 to nine deserving organizations and projects in our community. It wouldn’t be possible without our generous members, who help us in our mission to give back to the community through our Operation Round Up grant program. With… Continue reading.
You’ve probably heard that many automakers are transitioning several or all of their new vehicles to electric-only models over the next 10 years. Regardless of the type of car you drive today, the electrification of the transportation sector is underway. We regularly receive inquiries about electric vehicles from Miami-Cass REMC members, so I thought it… Continue reading.
When he started on Jan. 9, Myles McDonald became the latest addition to the Broadway Broadband powered by Miami-Cass REMC team. He reports to Parker Long, construction supervisor, and is currently performing aerial construction. Prior to coming to Broadway Broadband, he worked for Comcast as a cable technician. McDonald is a native of Logansport… Continue reading.
As a member of LaGrange County REMC, you’re in a unique position to take advantage of energy-efficiency programs offered by the cooperative. Because we are a not-for-profit organization, our goal is to provide safe, reliable power at the most affordable price for our members. This means helping you save money on your monthly electric bill…. Continue reading.
Do you contribute to Operation Round Up through your bill each month? If you’re part of the nearly 80% of members who do, thank you for starting 2023 off right with your donation. Your spare change supports many local organizations throughout the year! For those who need a refresher, LaGrange County REMC’s Operation Round Up… Continue reading.
Qualified members of LaGrange County REMC who reside in these districts up for election (District 1 and District 2) may seek election by filing a petition with the signatures of 50 LaGrange County REMC members supporting the candidacy. Petitions for election and other board information will be provided by the REMC. Completed petitions and biographical… Continue reading.