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Metallic Balloons Cause Outages

Metallic balloons are great indoors and at birthdays, graduations and other special occasions. However, you must know how to use and dispose of metallic balloons properly, or you could cause a power outage and damage to the utility electrical equipment.

Victory Electric Claims Two National Awards

Jerri Imgarten, vice president of communications, received two Spotlight on Excellence awards from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

New IT Member

Victory Electric is pleased to announce the hiring of BRENT NAU. He is a business intelligence analyst.
     Nau joins the team from FairPoint Communications where he has served as manager of reporting and data analysis since 2001.

Dave Lowery Retires from Co-op

Victory Electric Journeyman DAVE LOWERY will retire after 39 years of service.
      The Ohio native moved to Dodge City in the mid-70s and worked as a contractor before beginning his career with Aquila as a second-year apprentice lineman.
      Lowery earned his journeyman status while at Victory Electric and has worked with several crews.
      "I learned everything hands-on," Lowery said. "It has been a good career."

Fifth-Graders Visit Victory Electric

Cimarron Elementary students visited Victory Electric as part of the school’s Career Camp.

Garcia Joins Victory Electric

Victory Electric is pleased to welcome JESSICA GARCIA as an accountant.
     Garcia attended Kansas State University and graduated with her bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance in 2013.

Henry Promoted to Vice President

Victory Electric is pleased to announce ROB HENRY as vice president of engineering.
     He was hired in 2007 as a third class meterman and then moved to manager of substations in 2009.

Victory Electric Scholarship Winners Announced

Ten local students whose families are served by The Victory Electric Cooperative Assn., Inc., have 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. 

Mid-Kansas Electric Company Announces Solar Project

Mid-Kansas Electric Company Inc., along with its sister company Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, announced its plan to purchase renewable energy from a 20-megawatt solar project scheduled for construction in southwest Kansas.

Electricity Theft: Not Worth the Risk

Every year, electric cooperatives across the country cope with people who deliberately tamper with their electric meter to steal power. Not only is this practice extremely dangerous, it's a serious crime with hefty fines and potential jail time.


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