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(Mayfield, Ky.) June17, 2016 – About 200 West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative members in the Lakeview Church area of Marshall County will be without power for about an hour on Monday morning, June 20 due to construction at the I-24/69 and U.S. Highway 62 interchange at Calvert City. The outage will begin around 8:30 a.m.
Areas affected are primarily east of Highway 95 and west of Highway 641.
West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative regrets having to interrupt service and apologizes for the inconvenience.
Members who have questions about this outage may call the West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative office at 1-877-495-7322 or 270-247-1321.
West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation, Inc. is a member-owned cooperative that provides power to more than 31,000 members in Western Kentucky. Headquartered in Mayfield, Ky., WKRECC is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative and a distributor of Tennessee Valley Authority power. For more information, go to www.wkrecc.com
April 21, 2016 - If you want to celebrate Earth Day, start by making your home more energy efficient. Below are three efficiency tips from energy expert Brian Sloboda of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
March 8, 2016 – West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative congratulates (from left) Jordan Todd, Geoffrey Beck and Zach Underhill on advancing to the rank of Journeyman Lineman after successfully completing all coursework and examinations for the Tennessee Valley Public Power Authority’s Lineman Apprentice Program.
Since joining the Co-op in 2012, Beck, Todd and Underhill have worked hard to achieve this goal. In addition to completing prescribed coursework and testing, apprentice linemen also receive extensive “on the job” training working alongside experienced linemen to become familiar with the WKRECC service area and the specifics of the Co-op’s electrical distribution system.
(Mayfield, Ky.) February 4, 2016 – High school juniors and seniors whose parents or guardians receive power from West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative are invited to apply for the cooperative’s annual Scholarship Program and Washington Youth Tour program.
Applications for both programs are now available at high school guidance counselors’ offices, online at www.wkrecc.com, or at any West Kentucky RECC office. Applications are due on March 4, 2016.