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Annual Meeting May 1st: Kids Fun Zone, door prizes and more

HOEC invites you to the 76th annual meeting of membership to be held the evening of Friday, May 1st at the West Plains Civic Center. Bring your children so they can enjoy the Kids Fun Zone that will be open from 5 to 6:30!

HOEC team participates in OMC Fun Run

A fun day was had by all Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative employees, family members and friends who participated in the 25th Annual Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) Fun Run, held on April 25th. The event included a 1.5 mile walk, a 5K run and a 10K run.

Entertainment announced for 76th Annual Meeting

Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative invites you to our 76th Annual Meeting of Membership to be held May 1st at the West Plains Civic Center. This year, HOEC welcomes The Harper Family, a Bluegrass/Gospel group from Bunker, Missouri, as your featured entertainment.

Home and Garden Show door prize awarded

Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative participated as a vendor at the 23rd Annual Home and Garden Show held recently at the West Plains Civic Center. HOEC personnel visited with members of the Cooperative about the many added value services the Cooperative provides.

C.A.R.E. Video Series: Clean Electricity

This video, the third released in the C.A.R.E. series from Associated Electric Cooperative (of which HOEC is a member), talks about how Cooperatives work to provide their members with clean, efficient electricity.

Visit HOEC at the 23rd Annual Home and Garden Show

The Southern Missouri Home Builders Association (SMHBA) will host their 23rd Annual Home and Garden Show on March 7th and 8th, 2015 at the West Plains Civic Center. The theme of the show this year is “Home on the Range”.

Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative is looking forward to meeting you at the show.

Be prepared for storms with a weather radio

The storm season will be here 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 8th in the United States among states where tornadoes are common. Missouri will average around 30 tornadoes annually.

EPA Delays Carbon Dioxide Rule

Final federal regulations to control carbon dioxide emissions from new, modified and existing electric generating units will be delayed until mid-summer, the Environmental Protection Agency said Jan. 7.

The agency had been expected to finalize its highly controversial carbon dioxide standards for new units on Jan. 8, and for existing units on June 1.

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