WREA, White River Energy grand re-opening…

The business office of the White River Electric Association has taken on a new look with the corporation’s multi-month project to remodel the building after severe water damage occurred on the ground floor. A wall was eliminated on the left side of the old business office to add more office space. The floor was replaced throughout the building and the business office itself was remodeled and reconfigured so Kim Dungan, working above, and the other employees have more room and more comfortable surroundings.

Open house Tuesday for WREA

MEEKER I The remodeling is complete, and the offices of the White River Electric Association are now reopened at the regular corporate headquarters, located at 233 6th St. as of Monday. Regular office hours for the business are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The public is also invited to help celebrate […]

WREA tree program to start in July

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MEEKER I White River Electric Association Inc. will begin its annual tree maintenance program in early July and it will last through mid-September.

Energy: Global warming forecasts wrong

RBC I White River Electric Association Inc. will begin its annual tree maintenance program in early July and it will last through mid-September.

Meeker Solar Garden ribbon cutting…

The White River Electric Association board of directors, management and staff joined representatives from the Meeker School District for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Meeker Solar Garden on June 15. A cooperative effort between WREA and the Meeker School District allowed for the solar garden to be built at 450 School St., and the solar garden began generating solar power on June 1. WREA members who signed up for the solar lease program will begin receiving their monthly solar lease credits on their electric bills at the end of June. On hand for the ribbon cutting were, from left to right: Dale Dunbar (WREA CFO), Chris Reidinger (WREA Staff Engineer), Bill Jordan (WREA Board President), Alan Michalewicz (WREA General Manager), Gary Dunham (WREA Board of Directors), Hal Pearce (WREA Board of Directors), Richard Welle (WREA Board of Directors), Rich Parr (WREA Board of Directors), Stan Wyatt (WREA Board of Directors), Trina Zagar-Brown (WREA General Counsel), Chris Selle (Meeker RE-1 Superintendent), Todd Shults (Meeker RE-1 Board of Directors) and Ron Hilkey (WREA Board of Directors).

Deadline for WREA photo contest nears

RBC I Attention photographers, the White River Electric Association is wrapping up its annual photo contest.

WREA holds photo contest

MEEKER I Attention photographers, the White River Electric Association is beginning its annual photo contest. This is a chance to showcase your photography on the cover of the 71st annual meeting report and poster.

WREA holds annual photo contest

MEEKER I Attention photographers, the White River Electric Association is beginning its annual photo contest. This is a chance to showcase your photography on the cover of the 71st annual meeting report and poster. Prizes will be awarded to first-, second- and third-place and the photos must be taken within the White River Electric Association’s […]

32nd annual WREA Golf Tourney slated for Meeker on June 16-17

MEEKER I The 32nd annual White River Golf Tournament is now signing up players for the two-day event, slated for June 16-17 at Meeker Golf Course.

Not too good to be true: Meeker Solar Garden panels available

MEEKER I The deadline to lease a solar panel in the Meeker Solar Garden has been extended to April 7. White River Electric Association extended the deadline by one week to make sure all of its members had an opportunity to learn about the program. Members may find additional information on the Meeker Solar Garden […]

Meeker Solar Garden leases now available

RBC I White River Electric Association (WREA) is pleased to share more information about the Meeker Solar Garden with its membership.

Work progressing on WREA building

MEEKER I The White River Electric Association would like to thank its members for their patience and support as the headquarters remodel project continues. The remodel is necessary to repair damage caused by a broken pipe that flooded the office building on Jan. 1, 2015.