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2015 Annual meeting recap

 

Manager Nygren announces retirement

 

Wing Theatre upgrades movie projector

 

Cooperatives help fill the gap in financing

Capital Electric partners with Summit Utility Services for locates

No job is too small for North Dakota One Call. Prior to planting a tree or setting a flag pole in the Capital Electric Cooperative service area, you must contact 811, North Dakota One Call, to request a locate of the underground utilities lines. It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s the law.

Abigail Wu earns Youth Tour trip

You’re a member of a cooperative. Do you know what that means?

Grant helps restore roof, maintain services on the prairie

Founded in 1885, Glencoe Sloan Memorial Presbyterian Church is the oldest church in North Dakota to still hold Sunday services in its original building. Now, thanks in part to Capital Electric Cooperative members who contribute to the co-op’s Operation Round Up grant program, the church will continue to serve well into the future.

Charitable trust awards grants

The board members who serve on the Capital Electric Cooperative Charitable Trust meet two times a year to review Operation Round Up applications and award grants. In February, Roger Christianson, Jerry Doan, LeAna Hug, Barb Handy-Marchello and Jim McCullough reviewed applications that were submitted by Jan. 31.

Starting his future off right

Brave the shave

Childhood cancer ― how big is the problem?

The statistics are startling. According to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation:

Milestones met for two cooperative employees

Working at an electric cooperative is a lifelong commitment for many employees. The reward of serving the co-op members on a daily basis, by keeping their lights on and their homes warm, is a positive experience, and employees like to stick with it.

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