Is Your Generator Safe?

Is Your Generator Safe?

Portable generators are handy devices to have for an emergency but they can be hazardous to you and to electrical workers, if used improperly. The primary hazards of generators include carbon monoxide poisoning, electrocution and...
Be Prepared When Disaster Strikes

Be Prepared When Disaster Strikes

No one can predict when and how long you might be displaced from your home or how long you might be without power when disaster strikes. September is National Preparedness Month and being prepared is the best way to lessen the...
How To Protect Nature While Enjoying Summer

How To Protect Nature While Enjoying Summer

School may be just around the corner but there are still plenty of beautiful days left to enjoy summertime in the Ozarks! While you’re enjoying the warm weather, help us protect our lakes and rivers with these tips. Don’t waste...
Conserving Resources Before A Drought

Conserving Resources Before A Drought

Summer is in full swing in southwest Missouri. Even though we have had more than our fair share of rain and Springfield currently has plenty of water in our lakes, the time to conserve our precious resources is now, before...
Tornado Alley In The Ozarks Means Bedtime Storms

Tornado Alley In The Ozarks Means Bedtime Storms

It’s the middle of the night. The sirens blare. You grab your phone, emergency kit, and round up your household to head to your storm shelter. Finally, your power goes out. Have you ever wondered why it seems like we’re ALWAYS...