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Gravel Grinding Through the Desert

John Hernandez creates cycling races to help his hometown By Dianna Troyer Not one to keep a secret, John Hernandez is promoting the...

Celebrating Freedom and Public Service

By Dianna Troyer Freedom and patriotism are personal family matters for newly elected Elko County Commissioner Wilde Brough. “My dad fought in World...

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Planning for the Future

As a member-owned cooperative, one of Wells Rural Electric Company’s (WREC’s) most important tasks is looking down the road and trying to set...

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Thinking About Solar? Let Us Help!

In recent years, solar power technology and adoption have boomed. In many parts of the country, solar panels offer a competitive, viable option...

Training for Top Dog

Hoping and training for a national championship By Dianna Troyer The mutual adoration is obvious between Fred Aragon and his 5-year-old black Labrador...

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Preventative Maintenance Program

When it comes to member satisfaction, reliability is often the most important factor— even more than cost. Members are often most concerned with...

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Capital Credit Retirements Announced

One of the most celebrated differences between cooperatives and investor-owned utilities is the return of excess margins to members in the form of...

Vision Finally Comes to Life

West Wendover’s new pedestrian-friendly downtown features festive plaza By Dianna Troyer Twenty years ago, West Wendover city leaders envisioned an ideal pedestrian-friendly downtown....