The Central Rural Electric Cooperative board of trustees approved the construction of a new office building to be completed in the spring of 2016. The facility will be built on land adjacent to CREC’s current headquarters, located at 3304 S. Boomer Rd. in Stillwater. In addition to meeting CREC’s growth requirements and additional compliance areas, the building will add efficiencies in work productivity, energy use and will also allow CREC to meet new building code requirements.
As a tornado blew through Carney, Oklahoma on May 19, 2013, George “Skip” Denwalt and his three daughters; Dylana, Taylor and Gabriella huddled in their neighbor’s storm shelter. The family came out unscathed, but as they walked back to their property, they found their house wasn’t so lucky.
In today’s world, you won’t find many items that cost less than $5. You can purchase a gallon of milk, a gallon of gas or a Big Mac® meal from McDonald’s. But did you know that an average day’s worth of electricity costs less than $5?
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