LaGrange County REMC is a member-owned electric cooperative headquartered in LaGrange, Indiana. As a cooperative, LaGrange County REMC follows seven core principles that are universal to cooperatives worldwide. Among those principles is one stressing education, training and information. Indiana Connection, a monthly magazine published especially for Indiana’s electric cooperative members, is one way the REMC informs and educates its members. Indiana Connection is available not only in a print format, but as an electronic publication for those who prefer getting their information on their electronic devices.
With the holiday season upon us and the new year just around the corner, I can’t help but reflect on the gratitude I feel for our community. I think most will agree this has been a year like no other — certainly in my lifetime. And while we’ve seen our share of challenges, I am… Continue reading.
It’s been a roller coaster of a year. What started out as a normal winter season soon spiraled with the spread of a novel virus and a storm that ravaged our community. But from these obstacles came an opportunity for the community to rise up and help their neighbors and friends. Looking back, here’s how… Continue reading.
A little extra cash in your pocket is never a bad thing, but when it helps to cover your electric bill, it’s even better. As LaGrange County REMC does each year to give back to the people who built us — you! — we’re once again returning our excess revenue to you, the members we… Continue reading.
The holidays always bring with them a feeling of gratitude and warmth, whether it’s for the small things, like your favorite pumpkin pie, or the big things, such as your family or the roof over your head. For LaGrange County REMC, we get to experience that every quarter when we witness our members’ generosity in… Continue reading.
Maybe you were in the process of buying a home, watching the latest episode of your favorite house hunting reality show or just making small talk at the office when you heard the term “ductless mini-split.” Outside of the electric industry, many don’t know what it is or what it does, but LaGrange County REMC… Continue reading.
The first 200 youth who enroll in LaGrange County 4-H for 2021, and whose families are LaGrange County REMC members, will have their 4-H program fee reimbursed by us. When you enroll your child and pay the $15 program fee, contact the Purdue Extension office to ask for a credit voucher, which you can then… Continue reading.
This holiday season, while preparing for the fun that comes from the enjoyable winter holidays, you also can prepare for the higher bills caused by the Wastes of Energy Past, Present, and Future. By overcoming these energy phantoms, you can make amends for past wasted energy and prevent them from taking more from your wallet… Continue reading.
It’s customary that we announce news about the co-op to our members before it becomes public knowledge, but recently, certain opportunities with tight deadlines made that impossible. As you’ve probably learned by now, LaGrange County REMC has applied for $5 million in LaGrange County Major Moves funding to launch broadband internet services to our members…. Continue reading.
Planning for the new year? Think about how you pay your electric bills. Advancements in technology allow LaGrange County REMC to continually provide you, our members, with more opportunities to customize your electricity to your lifestyle. With 2021 just around the corner, keep these options in mind: Keep it consistent You may find it hard… Continue reading.
Many of us enjoy the satisfaction of standing over the air supply register when the furnace kicks in, warming our cold toes first thing in the morning. Unfortunately, that usually means that you have a single-stage furnace that only discharges air at one rate. That also means that you have one of the least efficient… Continue reading.