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Succeeds Bob Berry after nationwide search After an extensive, nationwide search, the Big Rivers Electric Corporation board of directors has named Don Gulley as the organization’s next president and chief executive officer….
‘Cleaning Up Kentucky’ Recognized as the 2023 Beautify the Bluegrass Governor’s Award Winner
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Sept. 29, 2023) – Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear and Chris Perry, Kentucky Electric Cooperatives President and CEO, presented the 2023 Beautify the Bluegrass Governor’s Award to Whitney Lewis of…
The broadband expansion efforts in the Pennyrile Electric service territory are getting a $12 million boost from the Kentucky Broadband Deployment Fund. In 2021, the Kentucky General Assembly allocated $300 million in federal…
Tim Farmer Honored as 2023 Distinguished Rural Kentuckian
Kentucky Co-ops Present Award at 77th Annual Meeting that Emphasized Grid Reliability Kentucky Electric Cooperatives recognized outdoorsman and television host Tim Farmer as its 2023 Distinguished Rural Kentuckian during the…
Kentucky-based United Utility Supply Cooperative (UUS) is congratulating its sister cooperative and strategic partner ERMCO, Inc. upon the manufacture of its eight-millionth transformer since the company was founded in 1972….
Today concludes nearly a full week of the Kentucky Electric Cooperatives Winter Conferences in Lexington. Safety professionals heard from Meade County Rural Electric Cooperative President and CEO Marty Littrel on Thursday.
United Utility Supply and Stopher Elementary hope to start a "chain reaction of kindness" with their Dare to Care Food Bank drive. They are trying to collect 14,000 boxes of cereal to break the world record for the "Longest Cereal Box Domino Chain".