MEEKER | A primary fuse disconnect device that failed on a power line behind White River Convenience was the cause of last Thursday’s power outage in Meeker. According to Frank Sampson of White River Electric, the device failed and “tripped out the whole town.” Everything went dark just after sunset for about 45 minutes. “It was a pretty good little event,” Sampson said. White River Electric Association linemen went to work immediately to isolate the source of the outage and make the necessary repairs.
MEEKER | Listening to the membership is a daily priority for White River Electric Association but every two years it conducts a telephone and online survey to get specific feedback on everything from customer service […]
MEEKER I The board of directors of White River Electric Association, Inc., is pleased to announce the hiring of Alan Michalewicz as its new general manager, effective Aug. 1.
White River Electric Association (WREA) was pleased to receive the recent letter and other inquires about the new WREA substation. It is important to begin this dialogue by clearly communicating to all of our member […]