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Quick quiz.  Pork bacon? Hogs. Beef burger? Cattle. Dairy milk? Cows, goats. Plant milk? Almonds, coconuts, rice, soybeans. Ketchup? Tomatoes. Electricity? The switch. ...

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Earlier this month, I had a chance to join more than 2,500 co-op representatives at the 2014 National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) Legislative Conference in...

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Co-op’s 77thAnnual Meeting

Happy 77th Birthday to SEMO Electric Cooperative! If you are member-o...

Jo Ann Emerson & Sean

Hope and Homes in Touchstone Energy Effort

A few Saturdays ago, my family had the privilege to join about...

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Illuminating Experience 235 Feet Underground

Before taking the underground coal mine tour, my group firs...

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BRRRR! That sums up the deep freeze we experienced in early January. The historic cold snap drove demand for electricity. In fact, members served by SEMO Electric Cooperative s...

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Welcome to 2014! Thank you for being a member-owner of SEMO Electric Cooperative. On behalf of my co-workers, we look forward to serving you in 2014. We wish you peace, happine...

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Season's Greetings

From Team SEMO to you and your family, we wish you a safe holiday season. We appreciate your support of SEMO Electric Cooperative and it is our pleas...

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Copper Theft

In recent weeks, a thief broke into SEMO Electric’s Miner substation to steal copper. The person cut a copper ground wire that carried more than 7,200 volt...

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Miller was Badly Burned

“The moment it happened it impacted 50 lives,” he told me. “My wife, my kids and...

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Capital Credits

SEMO Electric Cooperative’s board of directors approved a capital credit retirement of $...

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Visit to Mississippi County

In July, SEMO Electric’s Serviceman Terry Bunting invited me for a ride-along in Mississippi County. We made several service stops, ate lunch in East Prairie, checked the maturity of some members’...

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