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Summer Intern Program

Cynthia Peak, accounting intern at HOEC, recapped the experience she gained this summer to HOEC employees.

Changes to Member Account Area of Website

All members will need to register as a New User to be able to log in

HOEC has launched a new member account portion of our site, to give you more access to handle your account needs and information. A few of the new features will give you the ability to:

Missouri Electric Co-op Youth Program Means Education and Fun

Faith Stewart, Eminence, and Teah Thomason, Winona, were among the 103 high school students from across Missouri who participated in the Missouri Electric Cooperative CYCLE (Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience) program. The conference was held July 17-19, 2019, in Jefferson City. They were sponsored by Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Help Keep Electric Line Workers Safe

Please view this informative graphic and help us keep the people who keep your power on safe from harm!

No Posting Zone: Power Poles

Most jobs don’t require you to climb 40 feet in the air and conduct business within a few feet of high voltage power lines that carry 7,200 volts of electricity. However, for the linemen at Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative, this is just another day in the field.

Outdoors Safety for Kids

When temperatures begin to rise, outdoor areas begin to fill with both children and adults enjoying the weather. It’s easy for the electrical equipment that we see every day to fade into the background, but it’s important to always take safety precautions around it. Take time to explain to your kids how to be safe around electricity before they head outdoors.

Notice to members: July 4th

The HOEC business office will be closed on Thursday, July 4, 2019, for the Independence Day holiday. As always, dispatchers will remain on duty to serve members in the event of a power outage.

Planned Outage Monday June 24

We will have a planned outage this morning (June 24th) that will affect approximately 255 members from Birch Tree to Winona and south of that line along Highway 60. The work will begin at 10:30 am. Our crews will be replacing a pole as a result of storm damage. We appreciate your patience as crews work to safely repair the damage.

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