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Youth Tour finalists announced

The following 12 high school juniors will advance to the Youth Tour Final Competition & Banquet on Wednesday, April 10. The six highest-scoring students will attend the Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. this summer. The other six finalists will receive $500 college scholarships.

Congratulations to the following finalists:

Shade your house

Shade your house

March and April are excellent months to plant new trees, keeping in mind you’ll need to water them weekly when you don’t get at least an inch of rain.

It’ll take a while before trees you plant this spring produce shade, but they are worth the investment. Shade can reduce solar gain by as much as 9 degrees

Participate in ORU Plus and help a neighbor

Since Operation Round Up was started more than 20 years, ago, the program has made a $5.6 million difference in our communities one penny at a time.

The community outreach program has proven to be a simple way for Cuivre River Electric members to help a neighbor in need and ensure that our communities continue to thrive.

Operation Round Up exists through the generosity of members who voluntarily choose to "round up" their electric bill payments each month to the next dollar amount.

Your connection to comfort

Any consumer will find comfort in a business that uses the motto “when quality and experience matter.”

That warm and comfy feeling is appropriate for what you get when dealing with Brush’s Heating and Cooling of Troy, a Co-op Connections Card partner since Cuivre River Electric Cooperative introduced the discount program in 2008.

“We’re a pretty diverse business, installing heating and cooling systems in everything from mobile homes to schools,” said Jason Brush, owner.