To pay your bill by phone using a credit or debit card, you MUST call this new number. After you dial the toll-free number, the main menu will allow you to choose between various options. After entering your information, you can finalize payments securely and quickly — any time of day. You can still pay… Continue reading.
Think before you post that sign! Staples, nails and tacks used to hang signs and fliers create dangerous obstacles for electric lineworkers. Their jobs are dangerous enough … help us keep them safe!
Orange County Fiber, the wholly-owned subsidiary and division of Orange County REMC, has acquired NetsurfUSA and CallUSA of French Lick as of Aug. 1. Adding this capability to the division while planning to provide high-speed fiber optic internet service to our members beginning in 2018, creates a tremendous value to the REMC members, current NetsurfUSA… Continue reading.
In the most recent Operation Round Up grant cycle, $10,714.50 was awarded to local community and civic organizations. The grants included: Mitchell Church of Christ Bread of Life: $1,500 Springs Valley Lady Hawk Golf: $300 Prevent Child Abuse Orange County : $1,800 English Wesleyan Food Pantry: $1,529.90 Orange County Habitat for Humanity: $2,630 Pride of… Continue reading.
The cooperative model is one that works in the favor of the community that it’s in, and Orange County REMC is not the only local example of this. Lost River Market and Deli was founded 10 years ago in Paoli. Since then, local farmers and producers have been sharing the results of their growing efforts… Continue reading.
The Orange County REMC office will be closed Sept. 3 as our hard-working employees take some well-deserved time off, and celebrate Labor Day.
Concern for community and cooperation among cooperatives are two of our founding principles, and during the recent Noble County Community Fair, Noble REMC and LaGrange County REMC showcased both. To be as objective as possible, Noble REMC asked LaGrange County REMC Energy Advisor Jake Taylor to assist in evaluating entries in the 4-H Electric exhibit… Continue reading.
Noble REMC members are just dollars away from reaching a new benchmark in their generous giving through Operation Round Up. With the latest round of grants recently dispersed, co-op members have donated $749,500 — nearly three-quarters of $1 million dollars — since the program’s inception in 2002. It wouldn’t have been possible without the generosity… Continue reading.
Most people understand that choosing a labor-intensive career comes with safety risks. But did you know that farming is the eighth most dangerous job in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics? At Noble REMC, we want our agricultural community to be aware of a danger that contributes to that statistic: electrocution…. Continue reading.
While our team at LaGrange County REMC puts a lot of effort and care into our community to support its residents, some employees expand their mission to help others on a global scale. In July, 22-year-old Apprentice Lineman Colton Feller used his time off to travel to Kiganjo, Kenya, where he helped make repairs at… Continue reading.
Concern for community and cooperation among cooperatives are two of our founding principles, and during the recent LaGrange County 4-H Fair, LaGrange County REMC and Noble REMC showcased both. To serve as unbiased judges, LaGrange County REMC asked Noble REMC Energy Advisor Brian Hawk and System Engineer Kenny Kill to evaluate entries in the 4-H… Continue reading.