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April 2022 Sparks Ad Connection

Steele-Waseca Cooperative Electric (SWCE) assumes no liability for the content of, or reply to, any item posted. The party posting any advertisement assumes complete liability for the content of, and all replies to, any advertisement and for any claims against SWCE as a result thereof, and agrees to indemnify and hold SWCE harmless from all costs, […]

Downed and Dangerous Always assume a downed power line is energized and dangerous! If you see one: Notify local authorities. Stay at least 35 ft. away. Never drive over a downed line, or through water touching one. Never try to move a downed line. Trust #swce/TRUST

Considering a home wiring project? Don’t be a weekend warrior. Home wiring projects may sound easy–and even look easy on YouTube tutorials–but tackling wiring projects without the proper knowledge and expertise could result in a fire. Those qualified to work on electrical components are armed with the following: Skills: They can demonstrate their skills in all aspects of electrical […]

April 12 storm damage

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National Lineworker Appreciation Day is April 11

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) has recognized the second Monday in April as National Lineworker Appreciation Day since 2015. Steele-Waseca Cooperative Electric wishes to recognize our lineworkers for their dedication in serving the co-op and its member-owners. The line crew with their Steele-Waseca experience includes (left to right): Assistant Foreman Pete Hines, October […]

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