January 2, 2017 - When ice and heavy snow bring down limbs and power lines, safety is a consideration indoors and out. Here are some tips from West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative to make sure you know how to weather the storm.
December 15, 2016 - When you pay online, make sure you use West Kentucky Rural Electric’s official website. There are third-party websites out there that collect utility payments. Don’t be fooled! They may use our logo, but they are NOT affiliated with WKRECC.
These sites will charge you extra fees to submit your payment. They will mail a check on your behalf, but it could take as much as 10 days to reach us, and could make your payment late.
To be sure you are in the right place, go to the address bar on your browser and type in www.wkrecc.com rather than using a general web search. When you click on the bill pay link, watch for the security lock in the address bar, followed by obp.csa1.com and/or commercialpayments.com. They are both affiliated with WKRECC and help us provide secure payment services.
Remember, there are NO FEES for paying online at WKRECC. If the site tries to charge you a fee, it’s not wkrecc.com.
Your account balance will be clearly displayed on the WKRECC payment site. If the site is asking you to provide the account balance, it’s not wkrecc.com.
Your payment will be made instantly, with no delay. If the site says the payment will take several days, it is not wkrecc.com. Questions? Call us at 270-247-1321.
(Mayfield, Ky.) Dec. 9, 2016 – West Kentucky RECC’s Phillip Cornell and Hunter Henson dominated the Apprentice Lineman category at the Kentucky Lineman’s Rodeo, finishing first and second overall. The rodeo, which focuses on performing electrical line work in the safest possible manner, was held in Shelbyville, Ky. Twenty-six of Kentucky’s electric cooperatives participated.
“We are very proud of our linemen and their dedication to improving their skills,” said David Smart, WKRECC President & CEO. “They represent our Co-op and its 31,000 members very well.”
Dec. 7, 2016 – West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative’s business offices and warehouse will be closed on the following days during the holiday season:
New Year’s day
Co-op dispatchers and repair crews will be available around the clock through the holidays to respond to outages if needed. Click here for guidelines on reporting an outage.
Need to make a payment? Night deposit boxes are available at our business offices in Mayfield, Murray and Benton. You can also make a payment online or pay by phone with your credit card. Click here to learn more about our convenient payment options.
Thank you for your patronage through the year. We look forward to serving you in 2017. May you and your family have the very merriest Christmas and a blessed New Year!
(Mayfield, Ky.) November 18, 2016 – About 2,346 West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative members in Graves County will be affected by a scheduled power outage on Tuesday night, Nov. 22. The outage will begin around 10 p.m. and is expected to continue through approximately 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Nov. 23.