Power lines crisscross our countryside, bringing the benefits of electricity. But storms or accidents can knock them from their perch and put them on the ground or within reach. Just because they’re down doesn’t mean they’re dead.
Exploring what these principles mean for you
Indiana’s electric cooperatives operate according to the seven cooperative principles. These principles help guide the operations of all co-ops throughout the world and form the basis of the cooperative spirit to this day.
A unique brewery achieves liftoff
There is an inherent tinge of excitement to the term “escape velocity.” That’s partially because “Escape Velocity” sounds like it could be the name of a thrilling blockbuster action film. But even in its most straightforwardly scientific definition, there’s still a sense of adventure — the speed that an object must travel to break free of a planet or moon’s gravitational pull.
Tipmont’s board of directors announces the appointment of Wesley Stockdale to the District 6 seat previously held by the late Jerry Peevler. Stockdale will serve the remainder of the current District 6 term, which is up for election in 2022.
Your home may be near one of our new build areas, but you are wondering why we’re not building to your address at this time. The reason is the grant funding areas must be completed within two years.
Make sure it’s up to snuff
Your friends at Tipmont Wintek want to be sure that if you are buying a new home you don’t overlook the hidden system of wires that surrounds you in the home.
Trees add immeasurable value to your property but maintaining them comes with a cost. They need pruning, sometimes heavy trimming, or removal.
Is there a more subjective cuisine than pizza? First off, there are umpteen different ways to crust (or not crust, depending on dietary restrictions and preferences). Then, there is the multitude of toppings, sauces and crust stuffers. Fold? No fold? Crust first? Crust last? You could practically perpetuate the personalization forever.
During severe storms, it’s best to wait a few minutes before you call
In late January and early February, severe winter storms caused several extended outages on our system. While we always want to hear from you when your power is out, it’s often best to wait a few minutes before reporting your outage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges everywhere and our youth are certainly no exception. The cancellation of 2021's Youth Tour and Touchstone Energy Camp are but two of many missed opportunities. However, many other opportunities are still available. Here are a few you may want to share with the young people you know.