CCEC Wants To Send A High School Student To D.C.!

Each year, CCEC sends a high school student on the NRECA Youth Tour. For over 40 years, electric cooperatives have sponsored high school students from across America to visit the nation’s capitol and meet their members of congress. Meet David Eide, our representative from 2011: Hello! My name is David and I had the opportunity…
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What Does It Mean To Be A Co-op Member?

October is co-op month! Cooperatives are owned by their members—the people who receive services from them—and are found in many industries. For example, more than 900 electric co-ops serve 42 million Americans. According to the National Cooperative Grocers Association, 30 percent of farmers’ products are marketed through more than 3,000 farmer-owned cooperatives in America. Familiar…
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Tricks, Treats & Safety Make Halloween A Scream!

It’s the time of year to stock up on sweet treats and fill the yard and home with decorations as ghosts, goblins and caped crusaders plan their invasion of your neighborhood. As part of the “Teach Learn Care” TLC campaign, Safe Electricity urges everyone to make sure your costumed visitors are kept safe by following…
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Join Us For Member Meetings!

Join us for soup and sandwiches, a short presentation and an open forum for discussion at our 2011 member meetings. Member meetings are a great opportunity to learn about your cooperative and ask questions! Fargo meeting: Monday, October 10 at 6:00 p.m. at CCEC’s Fargo Service Center, 4100 32 Ave S. Lisbon meeting: Tuesday, October 11…
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STOP EPA, Support NORTH DAKOTA’s Regional Haze Plan

North Dakota’s Regional Haze Plan is the best plan for air quality and for Cass County Electric Co-op member rates!  How would the EPA plan affect you? Your electric rates could increase by 20 percent or more! ▪ Minnkota Power Cooperative, Cass County Electric’s power supplier, recently spent more than $425 million to install new Sulfur…
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