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Most of the 26 electric power associations in the state have been serving Mississippians for 75 or more years. I can’t think of many other companies that have grown, both in service and... read more
For the next several months, Mississippi’s legislative body will be in session at our state Capitol and will be reviewing thousands of pieces of legislation. It’s not an easy task for these... read more
You will often find information in Today in Mississippi on how to use electricity wisely to save on monthly bills. What other business can you think of that cares whether its customers use... read more
Various scams promising payment of electric bills are targeting members of electric power associations in Mississippi. The scammers’ ultimate goal is to steal their victims’ money or... read more
Underground power lines: The danger beneath the backhoe Electric power associations build underground power lines to withstand most damage due to natural causes. But nothing can protect them... read more
Electric power associations in Mississippi make up the state’s largest cooperative network. You, as a member of an electric power association, benefit in many ways from the power of this network.... read more
Most of us have attended a sporting event and witnessed the excitement prior to the competition. Both sides combine their voices, proclaiming their allegiance and anticipating a victory. Their... read more
A newly hired employee once told us he wanted to be a lineman so he could help people. This young man, fresh out of lineman’s school, understood not only the value of his job in keeping the lights... read more
Throughout past years, I have used this forum to let you know what we are doing for you—the member/owners of your local electric power association. Looking out for you is what makes us different.... read more
Ten souls (including three children) perished in the April 24 tornado outbreak that left at least a 149-mile trail of destruction across central Mississippi. The facts are not all in at this... read more