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CO-MO VETERAN KIM JAMES RECEIVES COOPERATIVE AWARD

Laurie, Mo. (Oct. 6, 2014) — A recent Co-Mo Electric retiree received statewide recognition for his service to the members of the cooperative. Kim James, who retired from Co-Mo in June, was honored Oct. 3 with the A.C. Burrows Award by the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives at its annual meeting in St. Louis. The…Continue Reading

CO-MO LAUNCHES STORM-READINESS WEBSITE, BESTORMSMART.COOP

Tipton, Mo. (September 19, 2014) — Co-Mo Electric Cooperative members’ experiences during the February 2013 snowstorm Rocky outage has sparked the creation of a newly unveiled storm-preparedness website. The site, BeStormSmart.coop, was developed by Co-Mo employees along with their colleagues from electric cooperatives in the midsection of the state. “So many of our members were…Continue Reading

CO-MO CONNECT EXPANDING INTO TIPTON, VERSAILLES; SIGNUPS OPEN NOW

Tipton, Mo. (Aug. 15, 2014) — Tipton and Versailles city residents are one step closer to the fastest Internet in the country. Signups for the Co-Mo Connect fiber-to-the-home communications network have begun. The network provides high-speed Internet with speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, crystal-clear telephone and reliable television service. It is a…Continue Reading

MIZZOU CLASS EDUCATES EDUCATORS ABOUT ENERGY

Columbia, MO. (Aug. 8, 2014) — Three teachers from schools in Co-Mo Electric Cooperative’s service territory spent two days at the University of Missouri learning about the realities of electricity production and delivery. The course, taught Aug. 5-6 in the university’s Agricultural Engineering building, comes at a key time, as electricity producers battle the Environmental ProtectionAgency…Continue Reading

CO-MO’S BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR DRAWS HUNDREDS

California, Mo. (July 28, 2014) — More than 400 kids — and one special guest from the North Pole —  attended the fifth annual Moniteau County Back to School Fair on Saturday at California High School. The fair offered free medical screenings and school supplies to those who registered. It was open to all students…Continue Reading

CO-MO HELPING 4-H CAMPERS

Tipton, Mo. (June 13, 2014) — Co-Mo Electric Cooperative is extending power in a different way for some area children. Cooperative representatives are visiting area 4-H camps this summer helping local kids build their own extension cords. Co-Mo Energy Services AdvisorTom Hulse and Communications Manager John Agliata visited Heit’s Point camp on Thursday, June 12,…Continue Reading

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