MEEKER I Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association of Denver, Colo., which supplies all of the power for White River Electric Association, Inc. (WREA), will be implementing a rate increase and change the way it bills the 44 member cooperatives effective Jan. 1, 2013.
MEEKER I The 67th annual meeting of the members of White River Electric was held on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at the 4-H Community Center in Meeker. Approximately 275 consumers participated in the member appreciation lunch prepared by the Meeker Lions Club. Following the lunch nearly 190 members registered for the business portion of the cooperative’s […]
MEEKER I With the drought conditions and fire danger at historic levels around the state, White River Electric has implemented changes to its normal procedures in restoring power in the event of an electrical power outage.
MEEKER I The 28th annual White River Electric golf tournament was held Friday, June 15 with 65 players from around the state participating in the fund-raising event for the Meeker High School athletic department. All three places in the 18-hole scramble format were won by a combination of local and out of town players.
MEEKER I In recognition of the International Year of Cooperatives, the Colorado House of Representatives presented a tribute to Colorado’s electric co-ops during Co-op Day at the state capitol Monday, Feb. 27.
RBC I At a field hearing held Monday in Grand Junction, chairman of the House Small Business Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade Scott Tipton (R-CO) examined federal energy industry regulations and policies and their impact on small businesses, jobs and consumer prices.
RBC I The House Small Business Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade, chaired by Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), will hold a hearing entitled “Are Excessive Energy Regulations and Policies Limiting Energy Independence, Killing Jobs and Increasing Prices for Consumers?” at 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 19 in Grand Junction, Colo., at the City Hall auditorium, […]
Just wanted to let your readers know about a quilt raffle. The Colorado Rural Electric Association Women’s Task Force is raffling off a beautiful custom-made quilt. The quilt will be on display at the WREA annual meeting on Sept. 8.
Awhile back, we wrote a concerned letter to the editor about the possibility of an electrical substation being located directly across from the entrance to Sage Hills. After meeting with WREA management and discussing the matter, we were still a little uneasy about whether or not our concerns were being heard.