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This April marks the 12th annual National Safe Digging Month, which reminds everyone to dial 8-1-1 at least three working days before beginning a digging project so that underground utility lines can be located and marked. This free and simple…
Janet Jackson, director of marketing and member services for Sanford-based cooperative Central Electric and Lisa Crawley, communications specialist for North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives based in Raleigh, recently joined the Board of Directors for the Cooperative Council of North…
Joining a growing list of co-ops across North Carolina and the country, Pee Dee Electric, based in Wadesboro, will begin using drone technology to safely examine equipment, conduct aerial inspections and survey areas that may be dangerous to employees.
Blue Ridge Energy employees have been dropping by local schools to deliver Earth Day themed books and spend time re… https://t.co/Ttog11ueVN
Yesterday’s winds were strong enough to flip over trampolines and small structure buildings throughout our service… https://t.co/yRE2KxMs6i
A photo taken yesterday of Lineman Daniel Purvis. https://t.co/IKOHDyGuP6
All outages have been restored! Thank you for your patience and understanding. Enjoy your Easter weekend. https://t.co/OdEfWtNLqA
Line down on County Line Rd. https://t.co/Ucd4EKabvK
Only 460 outages remaining. Crews are still working to replace broken poles on Taylor’s Chapel Rd., Tettersville Rd… https://t.co/4OYsBrOb4r
Replacing a broken pole on Shemcreek Dr. in Gray’s Creek. https://t.co/MxxDYMRWh3
As of 11 PM LREMC has approximately 320 members without power. We thank you for your patience as our restoration efforts continue.