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Outages update (with updated numbers)

Officials at Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (HOEC), report that approximately 2,350 members are currently without power due to the severe weather and unprecedented amounts of rainfall that have moved throughout the service area. The mass levels of water make restoration of power very difficult for our crews.

Widespread damage and outages from storms

Officials at Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (HOEC), report that approximately 2,300 members are currently without power due to the severe weather and unprecedented amounts of rainfall that have moved throughout the service area. The mass levels of water make restoration of power very difficult for our crews.

Notice to Members

The Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative business office will be closed on Friday, April 14th, for Good Friday. As always, dispatchers will be available to serve members in the event of a power outage.

Storm outage update

Officials at Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (HOEC), report that approximately 730 members were without power following severe weather that moved through the area late Tuesday evening into the early hours of Wednesday morning. Crews were dispatched and began working immediately to safely restore power. Outages were caused by high-winds and lightning and ranged from Dora to Eminence.

Link Union to perform at HOEC's Annual Meeting

Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative invites you to our 78th Annual Meeting of Membership to be held May 5th at the West Plains Civic Center. This year, HOEC is hosting a live music concert, featuring Link Union.

Notice to Members

Parking Lot Closed

The Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative office parking lot will be closed for maintenance on Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The parking lot is scheduled to re-open on Monday, March 27th.

Outage recap; all power restored

Officials at HOEC report that approximately 1,800 members were without power following severe weather that moved through the area early Wednesday morning, March 1st. Outages were caused by high-winds, lightning, and trees falling from outside the cooperative right of ways.

Outage Update (Afternoon, March 1)

Power pole down in a county road

HOEC started out the morning with more than 1800 members without power due to the severe storms that passed through the area. As of Wednesday afternoon we are down to approximately 100 members still without power, with crews continuing to work to get power restored to every member. The picture shows a downed power pole in the Birch Tree area that was caused by extreme winds.

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