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Local students win TCEC electrical safety month poster contest

Plant Trees Properly

When planting trees, be safe by calling 811 first and avoiding the right-of-way -  Trees require room to grow both above and below ground. This means that before you plant a new tree, you must identify the right kind of tree for your yard - and the right location, away from power lines and underground facilities.

Talk to your nursery or the County Extension Agent for suggestions on low-growing trees that can be planted near power lines. And as always, before you dig, make sure to contact your local One Call Center by calling 811. 

Tree Trimming East of Turpin

The tree trimmers will working east of Turpin this week. Members can call TCEC at 580.652.2418 if they have questions.

Published May 14, 2018

Member Matters: Tree Trimming

By Matt Taylor
TCEC Manager of Maintenance

If you’re like me and enjoy having your lights on, there are instances where we’ll have to trim trees so your service is not interrupted.

Tree Trimming in Forgan and Turpin

The tree trimmers will be in Forgan and Turpin this week.

Members can call TCEC at 580.652.2418 if they have questions.

 

 

 

 

 

Published May 2, 2018

Oklahoma Strong

Helping those affected by the western Oklahoma wildfires

The western Oklahoma wildfires are close to home. TCEC sent two crews and released a contractor to assist Northwestern Electric Cooperative in Woodward with restoration efforts. Northwestern Electric released TCEC’s crews and the contractor this morning.

Oklahoma Emergency Management reported on April 19 that “more than 40 people in Dewey and Woodward counties have reported damages to their homes, outbuildings, vehicles or property.”

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Co-op Connections Business Spotlight - Golden Crown

Member Matters Column: New construction

TCEC often receives member calls requesting construction to bring power to a new service location where there is no available meter. This can be as simple as adding a new meter installation on an existing pole. It can be as involved as acquiring easements and building new high voltage lines for miles. Members can expect the following when calling to request power to a new location.

Advance Rodeo Tickets on Sale

Buy your advance rodeo tickets at TCEC a sponsor of Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo

 

Co-op Connections: All Fired Up Gallery

Members who show their Co-op Connections Card at All Fired Up Gallery in Guymon will receive 10% off purchases of $100 or more.

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