Three easy steps to report an outage from your phone, tablet or computer
Boom! The power goes out … catching you completely off guard and unprepared. Like most friends and neighbors, your first instinct is to pick up the phone and call Victory Electric to report the outage.
Victory Electric sent local students Carolina Ramirez, Dodge City; Madison Salmans, Jetmore; and Ashlee Bohannon, Ingalls; to Steamboat Springs, Colo., along with 30 other high school students from across Kansas.
The summer is full of opportunities for four interns. Three interns are starting their first summer with the cooperative, but for one student, this is his third summer. Jeff Hubbell is an intern in the engineering department. Hubbell is a student at Kansas State pursing a degree in electrical engineering and will be graduating in December.
Mackenzy Meis, Cimarron; ANDREA SANCHEZ, Dodge City; and CAMRYN WILLIAMSON, Dodge City; toured the nation’s capitol with 35 other students from across Kansas for the 54th Annual “Government in Action” Youth Tour, June 12-19.
Victory Electric teamed up with the Cimarron Rotary Club and United Telephone to donate a children’s dictionary to all third grade students in Gray County. Victory also donated to the Dodge City Rotary Club for Ford County students.
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