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  • Cooperative names new general manager
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • Lorain-Medina Rural Electric reaches a milestone in refunds
  • Holiday Lights Drive Thru is a hit at Medina County Fairgrounds
  • First responders receive People Fund aid
  • Florence no match for cooperative spirit
  • Cloverleaf Be E3 Smart 7th graders tour Cardinal Power Plant

October 2018

  • The results are in, Lorain-Medina scored favorably by members
  • The Seven Cooperative Principles
  • A-MAZE-ing family fall fun
  • Buckeye Power CEO Pat O’Loughlin touts benefits of cooperatives
  • Celebrating 82 years
  • Local historical road show tour takes visitors on a journey from the past
  • LEDs are shining bright in Spencer
  • Youth ambassadors tour Washington, D.C.
  • Safety is key to summer fun
  • Trustees, employees tour Allied Waste
  • Join the Cooperative for Family Fun
  • Chatham to celebrate bicentennial
  • People fund steps up to bat
  • National search for President to start
  • Let the voting begin
  • Rural America common sense
  • 2018 Trustee elections begin June 13
  • The power of change
  • Meet the scholarship winners
  • Construction and maintenance
  • Project Ohio
  • Appreciating the front line
  • Brighter times ahead
  • November wind storm impacts 2017 outage statistics
  • People Fund clear on the call
  • Community-supported agriculture takes root
  • Trustee nominating petitions available Feb. 12 
  • People Fund trustees appointed
  • Employees and trustees honored at recognition dinner
  • Dispelling time-of-day rate misconceptions
  • Interested in a life-changing leadership experience in Washington, D.C.?
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • Rate adjustment effective Jan. 1
  • No name storm causes 3,000 outages
  • Capital credits on Dec. bill
  • Midview Schools, LMRE converts parking lot lights to LEDs
  • Hurricane Irma no match for the cooperative spirit
  • Where does my electricity come from?
  • Community Solar, officially  unveiled
  • The Co-op Connections card puts value in your pocket
  • Board officers elected
  • 2016 outage record touted at annual meetin
  • Former employee remembered
  • solar subscriptions selling
  • Community Solar shines bright
  • LMRE sends two students to  Washington, D.C., for Youth Tour
  • LMRE to host tour of power plant Sept. 13
  • Co-op to introduce OurSolar on July 18
  • Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Board of Trustees election
  • 81st Annual Meeting & Family Fun Day
  • 2017 trustee elections open June 14
  • 2017 Election Schedule
  • Senate president Obhof address co-op owners
  • Construction and maintenance projects 
  • Meet the scholarship winners 
  • People Fund grant helps save lives
  • Cooperative celebrates Lineman Appreciation Day
  • In the spotlight: Outlet shopping, a big draw for Burbank
  • The power of maintenance 
  • Meet the People Fund Board
  • Service with a "twist" in Spencer
  • Cloverleaf Middle School science students view high-voltage safety demonstration
  • Trustee nominating petitions available Feb. 15
  • Retired board member to continue serving
  • Youth Tour: A life changing experience
  • LMRE to add solar energy to its power mix
  • Interested in a life-changing leadership experience in Washington, D.C.?
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • Capital credits refunds on December bill
  • HUG card: The perfect gift
November 2016
  • LMRE board members visit member-businesses on bi-annual system tour
  • LMRE members tour their power plant
  • Certification of active-duty deployment
October 2016
  • LMRE approves $18.4 million workplan
  • 2016 Wellington Balloon Festival
  • LMRE board elects officers
  • Member satisfaction scores continue to improve
  • In the spotlight; Lifelike 'reborns' deliver joy to many
     
  • LMRE GM takes aim at Clean Power Plan
  • Fox wins contested seat; Norris, Indoe re-elected to LMRE board
  • Co-op president fights against voter apathy
  • LMRE to host member power plant tour Sept. 28
  • Bright new faces help members save energy 
     
  • Clare-Mar Lake to host Balloon Fest on August 20
  • Black River Schools receive $12,825 commercial/industrial lighting rebate
  • LMRE to host member tour of power plant Sept. 28
  • Co-op to celebrate 80 years at annual meeting 
  • 2016 Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees election
  • Ken Diedrick’s retirement end of era
  • Your bill gets a make-over 
 
  • 2016 trustee elections open June 15
  • 2016 Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees election
  • Kasnyik earns 2nd scholarship
  • 2015 capital credits allocation notices distributed
 
  • Construction and maintenance projects ensure system reliability
  • The Power League- engineering
  • 2016  Scholarship winners
  • 2016 Youth Tour Ambassadors
 
  • National Lineman Appreciation Day, April 11
  • U.S. Supreme Court grants stay to Clean Power Plan
  • Cooperative seeks Adopt-A-Troop candidates
 
  • Operations manager Kim Hinkle to retire
  • Spencer Feed is here to stay
  • Water heater installation, service to end April 1
 
  • Water heater installation, service to end April 1
  • 2016 Youth Tour
  • Employees and Trustees honored
  • In The Spotlight: Home remodeling by Finish Line Construction
  • Clean power plant: huge cost, little impact
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • The power of Operation RoundUp
  • In The Spotlight: Huntington’s Joyful BARKery focuses on pet nutrition
  • Rate adjustments effective Jan. 1
  • Capital credits refunds on December bill
  • Capital credits show the cooperative difference
  • Findley State Park brings Nature Center back from the ashes
  • Member satisfaction scores improve
  • In The Spotlight - All-in Outdoors
  • Jordan says Clean Power Plan burdensome attack
  • Going up: Wellington Balloon Festival draws crowd
  • LMRE board re-elects officers
  • LMRE raises $1,000 for 4-H endowment
  • Members lauded for fighting EPA regulations
  • Trustees elected in three districts
  • Treasurer reports 2014 was  strong year
  • Redesign brings fresh look to co-op website
  • Sullivan’s Brenda Wolfe named to LMRE board
  • Clare-Mar Lakes to host Balloon Fest on Aug. 22
  • Safety is ‘key’ at LaGrange Safety Town
  • Lorain-Medina Rural Electric linemen complete annual training
  • LMRE sends 2 on Youth Tour
  • Back by popular demand
  • Your 2015 Board of Trustees Election
  • 79th Annual Meeting & Family Day
  • Trustee helps take co-op message to Capitol Hill
  • People Fund aids Lorain County Sheriff Regional Bomb Squad
  • People Fund grant helps feed local seniors
  • Incumbents unopposed in 2015 trustee election
  • Incumbents unopposed in 2015 trustee election
  • 79th Annual Meeting & Family Day
  • High visibility, great location for Shearer Equipment
  •  Incumbents to run unopposed in trustee election; Trustee Bowman resigns, board to appoint successor 
  •  Don't wait for the mail! Use SmartHub or automated phone system to check balances, pay bills
  •  Scholarship 2015 winners announced
  •  Washington D.C. Youth Tour winners announced
  • National Lineman Appreciation Day April 13
  • Robotics grant from People Fund helps Black River stabilize science program
  • Timing is Everything: Cost condition, reliability system growth key factors in replacing lines
  • Aging gracefully; Study shows power lines still have plenty of life even at 30-40 years old
  • Capital credits list: LMRE may have money for someone you know
  • Spring clinging delivers safe, reliable power
  • The maintenance map
  • Trustee petitions available Feb. 9
  • LMRE employees and trustees honored at annual recognition dinner
  • People Fund has outstanding year, issues $82,000 grants during 2014
  • Rate adjustment effective Jan. 1
  • LMRE submits 4,246 letters to EPA
  • Rate adjustment effective Jan. 1
  • Capital credits refunds surpass $20 million to members
  • Germany's expensive energy policies pose warning
  • Co-op halts large-capacity water heater sales
  • LMRE needs your phone number
  • Help stop the EPA from shutting down our power plants
  • Members give co-op strong marks on survey
  • Chatham Fire Department receives grant to replace outdated cardiac monitor
  • October is National Co-op Month
  • General manger takes aim at EPA regulations; LMRE members learn more about regulatory issues at annual meeting
  • Family Fun Day draws new faces to annual meeting
  • Nova's Paul Bowman wins District 7; Rowland and Eaton return to board seats
  • Tell EPA can't afford high electric rates
  • Protect investment in cooperative, Speaker Batchelder urges at ACRE breakfast
  • Take a tour of Cardinal Generating Station
  • Common Ground's canopy tours to bring unique view of Vermilion River Valley
  • Board of Trustee candidate bios
  • LaGrange Police Department receives grant for upgrades to Safety Town equipment
  • 2014 co-op board election open June 18
  • Over-regulation leads to higher electric bills
  • Barn quilts going up across Lorain County
  • Two in Troy Twp. vie for Ashland County seat
  • Cooperative's construction, maintenance projects underway for 2014
  • Leadership Medina County Ag Day features farms in LMRE's service area
  • A day in the life of a lineman
  • Herrick Memorial Library receives grant for summer reading program
  • Scholarship winners 2014
  • Protect affordable, reliable electricity; Last call to tell EPA - use common sense in rule-making
  • Interested in becoming a trustee; Nominating petitions due March 9
  • Spring cleaning delivers safe, reliable power
  • Nominating petitions available Feb. 10 for three seats on LMRE Board of Trustees
  • LMRE employees and trustees honored at annual recognition dinner
  • Board of Trustees appoints new member to the LMRE People Fund board
  • Protecting affordable, reliable electricity; New resolve for the New Year
  • People Fund grant to Ruggles/Troy Fire Dept.
  • Has LMRE stopped growing?
  • Been there, done that; Stringent EPA regulations for coal plants will test LMRE's ability to provide affordable, reliable power, general manager says
  • Phase 2 of Time of Day rate schedule begins Jan. 1
  • Capital credit refunds issued for 31st consecutive year
  • Time for a call to ACTION! Protect affordable, reliable electricity
  • LMRE members, employees touring new & improved Cardinal Generating Station
  • Electricity may cost more, but remains good value
  • LMRE earns safety achievement for eighth consecutive time
  • Member satisfaction level equals record high
  • New energy efficiency programs introduced for home and business owners
  • GM Bryant pledges to fight Obama's "War on Coal"
  • Annual meeting updates
  • Eaton elected President of LMRE Board of Trustees
  • Celia Kruggel retires from co-op board after 12 years
  • Rustic Lakes Campgrounds celebrating 40 years of family camping
  • Strong winds bring down lines in LaGrange and Penfield townships
  • LMRE Annual Meeting July 23, 2013 - Lorain County Fairgrounds, Wellington, Ohio
  • Candidate profiles
  • Telemarketers calling co-op members to offer discounted rates break the rules.
  • LMRE trustee elections open June 19; Co-op to conduct first system-wide mail, online election
  • Capital credit allocation notices distributed
  • 77th Annual Meeting; Tuesday, July 23, 2013
  • Cooperative's construction maintenance projects underway for 2013
  • Gibbs says strong economy needs sound energy policy
  • Bryant testifies before department of energy in opposition to proposed water heater regulations
  • Two Litchfield members file petitions for board; Ken Diedrick and Dick Indoe to run unopposed
  • Cliff's Greenhouse and Garden Center in Ruggles Township offers everything for your gardening needs
  • Cooperative members give back through LMRE's Operation RoundUp program
  • Scholarship winners 2013
  • Nature's Garden, a one stop candle shop in Penfield
  • Dividing Lines
  • Ways to pay your bill
  • LMRE employees and trustees honored
  • Nominating petitions available February 11 for Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees
  • High utility bills may be your own cotton-pickin' fault
  • Johnny K's Powersports brings second store location to Harrisville Twp.
  • Rate adjustment effective January 1
  • People Fund grant assists Black River's Family & Consumer Science class 
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