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Absentee Voting For Directors Opens July 1st, 2014.Absentee Voting For Directors Now Open

Members may begin voting absentee for director candidates July 1. "This is a great option for members who want to make certain they vote, but may not be able to attend the August 8 meeting," says Kevin Hurd, Manager of Member Services. To vote absentee: (1) visit a Cuivre River office July 1 - Aug. 7 to vote in person or get a voting kit, or (2) request a voting kit by Aug. 1 for mail delivery. Call (800) 392-3709, ext. 200 or online. Read more…


Cuivre River Announces $4.4 Million Capital Credit Refund.Capital Credit Refunds Exceed $4.4 Million

Capital credit checks will be mailed the first week of August. General Manager/CEO Dan L. Brown announces Cuivre River Electric Cooperative will return a near-record amount of $4.4 million of member equity this year. These funds, also called "capital credits," will be distributed next month. Read more…


Cuivre River Youth Tour Delegates At U.S. Capitol.Youth Tour Delegates Visit U.S. Capitol

Washington, D.C. – Ninety-one high school juniors from Missouri participated in the 50th anniversary of National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. June 13-19. Youth Tour delegates Elizabeth Citrowske, Alison Boehmer, Brandelyn Martin, Gabe Holtmeyer, Marissa Burch and Grant Cordell were sponsored by Cuivre River Electric. Read more…


Cuivre River Awards $28,500 In Scholarships!Community Trust Awards $28,500 In Scholarships

Fifty-seven students from Lincoln, Pike, St. Charles and Warren counties received a total of $28,500 in scholarship awards from the Cuivre River Electric Community Trust. Students receiving scholarships are Reece Berry, Kenady Bickel, Nicole Blackburn, Lillian Boenker, Alexandra Boyer, Lauren Brannon, Sarah Brickey, Tanner Bross, Benjamin Bruckerhoff, Mary Catherine Burkemper, Abby Diederich, Annie Drummond, Daniel Drury, Joseph Durand,  Read more…


Cuivre River Electric Annual Meeting. Friday, August 8, 2014.Annual Meeting On Friday, August 8th, 2014

Plans for Cuivre River's August 8th Annual Meeting are well underway, says Manager of Member Services Kevin Hurd. "Members have stepped forward to seek nomination for four director seats, committees are meeting to plan the informational displays and acquire attendance prizes, and both Cuivre River and the St. Charles Family Arena staff are making preparations for the event," he adds. One significant change in 2014 is the method to provide registration cards to members. In lieu of a postcard, the bottom portion of the Current Times cover will be perforated where the address appears so it may be used for your registration. The two-part form will be well-marked on the cover of the August edition, which is scheduled to be mailed July 21. "Using the Current Times mailing label will significantly reduce our printing costs this year," says Hurd. Read more...


Cuivre River Electric Survey Results.Survey Measures Success In Different Ways

In a member-owned organization such as Cuivre River, success is measured in more than dollars and cents. "Member Satisfaction is paramount," says General Manager Dan L. Brown. "We work for the members, and answer to them for the way we conduct their business," he adds.The Annual Member Satisfaction survey is one method to determine if the cooperative is meeting members' expectations. Read more…


Cuivre River Electric Co-op Connections Card.Co-op Connections Spotlight On Savings

Whether you’re looking to get your car in tip-top shape before a journey, or looking for something to do outdoors on a beautiful summer day, remember to check for local Co-op Connections Card discounts from the following area automotive businesses: AAMCO, St. Charles, free check engine light check, $20 off transmission fluid change, AAMCO, Wentzville, Warrenton, $100 off major transmission repair, 10% off any other repair labor* Read more…


Cuivre River Electric's Top 10 Tips To Prep For Summer.Top 10 Tips To Prep For Summer

Before it gets too hot to tackle home efficiency projects, here's a "Top 10" list of things to do to help keep out the summer heat: (1) Seal out the hot air. Weatherstrip, caulk and insulate to keep the hot air out. The same winter insulation rules apply to the summer season. Look for "weatherization" at www.doe.gov for tips on sealing and insulating your home. The most important places are: Ceilings and finished attic walls; Wall to unconditioned garage; Crawl spaces; Exterior walls, including basement walls; Under floors and slabs; Cathedral ceilings; Dormers; Around the HVAC ducts in unconditioned spaces. Read more…


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