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Traveling exhibition heads to Cuthbert

Museum on Main Street (MoMS), part of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, is headed to Cuthbert, Ga., in January. Here the traveling exhibit, “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” will be on display off the square at 72 Dawson Street. Crossroads is presented in Georgia by Georgia Humanities, the Center for Public History at the

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Introducing a new feature of Co-op Connections®

Roadside Assistance is a new feature brought to the Co-op Connections program by Nation Safe Drivers (NSD). NSD has provided premier 24-hour towing and roadside assistance for over 50 years. With access to more than 45,000 towing providers nationwide, including the U.S. and Canada, you can travel with confidence wherever the road may take you.

Diverse Power Board Member and DAR Regent Cheryl Meadows proudly displays the newly awarded proclamation.

Highway 27 Purple Heart signs unveiled

After many months of planning and preparation, the dedication and unveiling of Purple Heart signs finally came to fruition on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018. A well-suited day for the ceremony, the dedication was held on Veteran’s Day at the Weston C. Lee Veterans Memorial Park in Bluffton, at 2:00 p.m. The local veterans park was

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Formula 24 race coming to LaGrange

LaGrange is proud to be the home of two teams making big moves in single seat, electric-powered car racing. Yes! That’s right. Cougar Strong Racing is the name of Long Cane Middle School’s two GreenpowerUSA Formula 24 racing teams. Each team is comprised of 15 elementary students, 5 students from each grade, who build, man

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Plant Vogtle deal makes for a bright energy future

In 2007, when the price of natural gas was double or even triple what it is today, Diverse Power, through our wholesale energy provider, Oglethorpe Power Corporation, actively sought opportunities to acquire safe, reliable and affordable electric generation resources to make sure we met your long-term power needs. Natural gas-fired generation was not a competitive

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Diverse Power’s Wade Hall retires

Diverse Power Senior Vice President/CFO Wade Hall retired Aug. 14 after working at Diverse Power for almost 21 years. Hall came to work at the electric cooperative on Sept. 22, 1997,  as division manager of Administration and Finance. While his role as chief financial officer remained basically the same, his title changed in 2000 to

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Don’t miss out: Time to apply for grants, scholarships and Youth Tour

On Oct. 1, Diverse Power makes applications available for community and school grants, scholarships and the summer Washington Youth Tour. Applications for all of these are online at diversepower.com or dpfi.org. (See column at left for more information.) The Diverse Power Foundation will announce recipients of scholarships and school and community grants in late March.

Community helps school obtain bus

Community helps school obtain bus

Students from Lafayette Christian School’s Discovery Cottage, in LaGrange, tried out their brand-new, handicapped-accessible school bus for the first time in May when they took a field trip to participate in Troup County Special Olympics. “We are so excited to have the bus,” says Headmaster John Cipolla. “The kids are going to get to do

Updating meters

For the next six to 12 months, Diverse Power will be upgrading to new electric meters at residences and small businesses throughout our service area. The new meter system will provide additional and improved data to the cooperative and its members by enhancing information available during power outages and power restoration. Diverse Power is contracting

2017 capital credits assignment

All members, except those with a different contract for electric service, are hereby notified that Diverse Power’s patronage capital credit assignment for the year 2017 is 0.04 percent, and the total amount of capital credits being assigned is $36,600. Because of our structure as a cooperative, each dollar a member pays in excess of the

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