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Victory Electric Scholarship Winners Announced

Ten local students whose families are served by The Victory Electric Cooperative Assn., Inc., earned a $1,000 Lightner Community Spirit Scholarship. The scholarships are designed to recognize students who have demonstrated academic success as well as showing a commitment to bettering their community.

Victory Electric Members See Rate Decrease for Second Consecutive Month

The start of the new year also meant the beginning of lower electric rates for members of Victory Electric. For the second consecutive month, members received a one cent/kilowatt-hour (kWh) rate reduction. On average, this equaled an eight percent decrease on electric bills.

Victory Electric Welcomes Albers & Doll to Communications Team

The communications team at Victory Electric welcomes their newest team members Allison Doll and Carleigh Albers as communication coordinators.​​​​​​

Infrared Technology ‘Heats Up’ Utility Maintenance Practices

Who knew 1800s technology originating in England would benefit electric cooperative members across southwest Kansas in 2019. Infrared technology is nothing new, but its impact on electric system reliability is surprising and impressive. Victory Electric uses the FLIR T640 infrared camera to help find bad connections and other heat related problems on the electric grid system.

Gooder Hired as Lineman

Victory Electric recently welcomed the newest member of the operations line crew. Apprentice lineman Austin Gooder is originally from Smith Center, Kansas, and worked at J&J Powerline after graduating from Dodge City Community College’s electrical lineman program. 

January electric bills reflect a wholesale cost of power rate decrease

One of our most important rights as citizens living in a democratic society is the right to have a voice and to elect our leaders. Cooperatives are small-scale version of a democratic republic. However, I’m sure you are wondering what democratic rights have to do with your electric rates?

Chance Joins Victory Electric Team

Victory Electric recently hired Tracy Chance as the newest tree trimming member. 
     Chance joins us after a complete career change. Prior to Victory Electric, Chance worked for National Beef of Dodge City in the electrical projects department.

Victory Electric Linemen “Riding for the Brand” at the International Lineman’s Rodeo

Back then—as it is still today—when you ride for the brand, it means you signed on to the mission, you committed, you were a dedicated team player. In the Old West, a brand was a ranch's trademark, representing pride, duty and stewardship, while inspiring loyalty, dedication and camaraderie.

Ford County Sheriff’s Office Awarded CoBank Sharing Success Grant

The Victory Electric Cooperative, Assn., Inc., is pleased to announce Ford County Sheriff’s Office as the recipient of this year’s Victory Electric/CoBank Sharing Success Grant.

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