Storm season will be arriving soon. Severe storms can happen at any time during the year, but are most common during the months of March through July. According to the National Weather Service, Missouri ranks 10th in the United States among states where tornadoes are common. Missouri will average around 45 tornadoes annually.
At Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, we have heard from some of our corporate members who have recently received scam phone calls from someone claiming to be with the cooperative. The caller threatens disconnection of electric service unless an immediate payment is made by phone.
From the Desk of Dan Singletary, CEO/General Manager
Every spring gardeners start planning their vegetable garden. The timing must be perfect. You can’t plant too early, because a late frost could wipe out seedlings. You can’t plant too late since the buds may not have time to take root and produce a crop.
Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative has a commitment to support area youth in education. The Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience (CYCLE) is a statewide effort of the Electric Cooperatives of Missouri designed to bring together some of the brightest young high school students to learn about electric cooperatives and state government.
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