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Cooperative shows off new building

September 14, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Central Electric now in 60,000-square-foot service center.
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Central Electric building purchase still on hold

August 22, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Hail damage, environmental cleanup at issue as county attempts to complete transaction. Continue Reading

$265,000 is price of county remodel

July 11, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Davison County Commissioners study floor plan for former Central Electric building.
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Davison County will need more money to renovate Central Electric building

June 19, 2012 in The Daily Republic

It’s becoming clear that the Davison County Commission’s projected $100,000 budget for renovation of the Central Electric Cooperative building at 1420 N. Main St. was overly optimistic.
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County looks at Muth building

December 8, 2010 in The Daily Republic

The Davison County commissioners are considering a backup property in case the county’s $500,000 offer for the Central Electric cooperative building on North Main Street is not accepted.
After Tuesday’s regular meeting at the courthouse in Mitchell, Auditor Susan Kiepke joined commissioners David Weitala and John Claggett for a tour of buildings at 400 N. Rowley St., which formerly housed Muth Electric’s corporate offices. Continue Reading

Gas usage spiked in houses before recent explosions but measuring is difficult, expensive

September 24, 2010 in The Daily Republic

It’s difficult to know if the kind of house explosions that killed a Menno woman and severely injured a Mitchell man this summer could have been prevented.
But there were hints that such horrific incidents were about to happen. Shortly after the explosions, NorthWestern Energy released information showing gas usage in each home spiked between the last reading and explosions. Continue Reading

Central Electric eyes plan for new building

September 22, 2010 in The Daily Republic

Indications are strong that the board of directors for the Central Electric Cooperative will soon give the go-ahead for a new, 40,000-square-foot service center southwest of Mitchell on Betts Road.
General Manager Loren Noess said the co-op has outgrown its North Main Street facility in Mitchell. Those buildings were erected in 1953 and remodeled in 1962. There is insufficient storage for both trucks and equipment, he said, and the new center will put administrative and service personnel under one roof. Continue Reading

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