High Winds result in outages for Craighead Electric
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High Winds result in outages for Craighead Electric

Craighead Electric Cooperative Corporation of Jonesboro reports that electric services to approximately 4,800 members were without power in the peak of the storm. Services were interrupted by straight-line winds in excess of eighty-five miles per hour, caused damage to approximately twenty-five poles.

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2021 Youth Tour Goes Virtual
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2021 Youth Tour Goes Virtual

The annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour gives selected local area Juniors to learn about their community, State, and Nation, by meeting with and learning from their representatives in government and other community leaders.

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Rolling Blackouts Q&A
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Rolling Blackouts Q&A

Thanks to everyone for your patience and understanding as we deal with unprecedented circumstances regarding potential service interruptions.  Please know that this could change at any moment and we will…

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A letter from the CEO addressing last night’s rolling blackouts
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A letter from the CEO addressing last night’s rolling blackouts

All, As you know, this historic cold weather event has put a strain on the South’s electric infrastructure. Due to the unavailability of natural gas, some of Arkansas’ gas-fired plants are out of service and others are offline due to emergency repairs. Wind and solar resources are typically unavailable in extreme weather conditions...

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Farm Utility Exemption

Farm Utility Exemption ACT 1441 AND ACT 1401 (Provides Farm Utility Exemption for several commercial Agriculture operations) From: State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration Effective January 1, 2014…

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