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WHAT TO DO IN VEHICLE ACCIDENTS THAT INVOLVE POWER LINES


Instincts can help us to avoid danger but in some situations, our natural inclinations can lead to tragic results.

SAFETY DEMONSTRATION

Keith County Ag Day was held recently in Ogallala.

Don’t Sacrifice Safety for Speed During Harvest

     For many farmers, the harvest season is a flurry of activity with long hours and little rest. The pressure to harvest as much as possible - in combination with fatigue and looming deadlines - can result in too little attention being paid to potential hazards. Safe practices should never be compromised for the sake of speed. Doing so could potentially end in tragedy.

SHOOTING AT POWER LINES

Please do not shoot at the doves or any birds on power lines.
Not only is it illegal and unsportsmanlike, it is very dangerous.
Damaged lines could break and start fires that are damaging and life-threatening to first responders.

Rebates Available

Midwest Electric and Tri-State G&T are offering Energy Efficiency Credits

Levelized Billing

Midwest Electric offers a levelized billing

Poles

 

Poles for sale

Primary Contact Number

Is your cell phone your primary contact number?

Fence Them Out...

Midwest is asking for your help in fencing around pad-mount transformers and Irrigation Meters to protect them from livestock. Damaged pad mounts and meters can cost you up to $1,000 to replace.

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