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Whitman family earns Tree Care Award

Whitman family earns the Tree Care Award for new tree plantings

Looking for a family friendly adventure?

Visit the newly expanded N.D. Heritage Center, and tour the ‘Power of the People’ exhibit

Lincoln Elementary School students give thanks for electricity


Love came down at Christmas


Members help love come down at Christmas

The world lost a farmer

“My goal in life? To someday be able to step back and see ‘Wehri Farms, Mott, N.D.’ in crisp, bold decals on the door of a semi. To know that what I am doing is feeding thousands. To wake up every morning and be proud of my accomplishments and excited to start the day. To be able to look around me and see for miles all the hard work I have put into my life. To have a loving wife who helped me raise beautiful children to whom someday I can pass it all down to. Someday.”
– Michael Wehri, 2013

Solar-powered pasture wells

A smart solution for remote areas

Sleepy Hollow celebrates 25 years

Sleepy Hollow: 'Fabric of the community'

2014 annual meeting recap

Keeping our electric system as reliable as possible

Tree trimming is a regular part of your electric cooperative’s operations. Capital Electric Cooperative, like all electric utilities, is required to maintain appropriate clearance between trees and electric transmission and distribution lines. Trees need to be trimmed, and in some cases removed, to minimize potential power outages and to eliminate fire and safety hazards due to trees contacting energized electric lines.


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