Although wind overturned a few of the camp chairs and plastic hard hats given out as gifts, attendees enjoyed the brisket and fixings MLEA employees dished out. ‘We do this to show people we appreciate their goodness, especially with the big (October storm) outage; everybody was so good about that,’ MLEA district manager Bob Kissling said. ‘We appreciate our customers, and this is our way to show that.’
RANGELY — Moon Lake Electric Association’s board of directors voted unanimously on Wednesday to build a new office and operations complex on land the cooperative owns on U.S. Highway 40 west of Roosevelt, Utah.
RANGELY I Close to 1,500 people turned out June 7 for Moon Lake Electric Association’s annual members meeting. The event was held for the first time in its new headquarters operations building located at 800 […]
RANGELY | In the first contested election for the Rangely district seat on the Moon Lake Electric Association (MLEA) board in several years, Brad Casto, Alan Ducey, Sam Tolley and Tim Webber have thrown their […]