Over the years, you’ve probably heard or read about Marshall County REMC’s concern for our community. This is one of the core principles that sets cooperatives apart from other types of utilities and businesses. We’ve always taken this mission and responsibility to heart. It’s who we are as a co-op. Over the past few months,… Continue reading.
One year has passed since we announced our partnership with Rochester Telephone Company (RTC) and our plan to bring fiber optic internet to rural Marshall County. Marshall County Fiber has completed the pilot project including residents in the Southfield, Forest Hills, Royal Manor and Del-Lo-Me subdivisions highlighted on the map below. The addresses included in… Continue reading.
Safety is a serious issue, especially when it comes to electrical safety. For Marshall County REMC, it’s the number one priority. This is not empty talk. Over time, Marshall County REMC has created a culture of safety by putting our employees’ safety and that of the community above all else. At its essence, Marshall County… Continue reading.
Every year, we take the time to thank our extraordinary line workers who dedicate their lives to keeping the lights on in our local communities. Ten lineworkers maintain more than 1,000 miles of line in Marshall County REMC’s service territory, and without them, our world would be dark. We depend on our entire staff to… Continue reading.
Marshall County REMC will host a food drive the month of October to support the Bread of Life Food Pantry in Plymouth. Your REMC continually supports the community through donations, youth programs and other services, but the month of October brings Indiana’s Electric Cooperative Community Day! Indiana’s electric cooperatives come together to complete a project… Continue reading.
As you find yourself spending more time outdoors this summer, Marshall County REMC reminds you to exercise caution near electrical equipment maintained by the co-op. Substations and power lines carry extremely high voltages, and if contact is accidentally made, the results can be dangerous — or even deadly. Never climb trees near power lines. If… Continue reading.