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2020 Board of Director Nominees

There are two people on the ballot of the 2020 election to the Ontonagon County Rural Electrification Association board of directors.  Paul Koski and [...]

2020 Board of Director Nominees2020-05-18T00:24:48+00:00

Two Director Seats Up For Election

The Ontonagon County Rural Electrification Association is comprised of seven districts, with directors elected for three-year terms. This year the terms will expire for [...]

Two Director Seats Up For Election2020-04-23T05:46:28+00:00

2020 Annual Meeting Postponed Due to Covid -19

The safety and well-being of our members and employees is always our top priority at Ontonagon County Rural Electrification Association. In keeping with that [...]

2020 Annual Meeting Postponed Due to Covid -192020-04-23T05:44:53+00:00

Response to COVID-19

It is the policy of Ontonagon County R.E.A. to promote a safe and healthy environment for our employees. As the nation responds to COVID-19, [...]

Response to COVID-192020-03-13T15:23:16+00:00

What Can You Do To Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

Do’s DO purchase and install carbon monoxide detectors that meet Underwriters Laboratories (UL) standard 2034-95. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper placement, use and maintenance. [...]

What Can You Do To Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?2018-04-01T00:25:19+00:00

Storm Watch: Plan Ahead And Be Prepared

When winter temperatures drop and storms hit, it can be challenging to stay safe and warm. Your electric cooperative cares about your safety, and [...]

Storm Watch: Plan Ahead And Be Prepared2017-08-17T00:22:12+00:00

The Nahma Burner Standing Proud for 117 Years

Driving into the quaint Upper Peninsula town of Nahma, it is impossible not to notice the imposing 125-foot-tall structure looming on the shore of [...]

The Nahma Burner Standing Proud for 117 Years2017-08-17T00:29:04+00:00

Railroad Artifact

Peering inside a shed in 2013, Copper Country resident Gerry Lamppa had no idea that his curiosity would result in a three-year restoration project. [...]

Railroad Artifact2017-08-17T00:34:02+00:00