Craighead Electric is looking for elementary students (kindergarten through fifth grade) to submit a holiday card design.The winning design will be used for the official 2023 Craighead Electric holiday card!…
The seventh cooperative principle is Concern for Community
If you’re looking for a fun and cozy way to spend a fall weekend, you should check out Jackson Farm in Black Rock. This charming farm has everything you need…
Craighead electric cooperative is now accepting applications to the 2022 Youth Tour. We will send two deserving area students on an all-expense-paid chaperoned trip to Washington D.C. with 40 other Arkansas students to see our nation's capital. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour gives selected local area Juniors to learn about their community, State, and Nation, by meeting with and learning from their representatives in government and other community leaders.
It has been nearly a year since Craighead Electric Cooperative, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Arkansas State University, and others teamed up on a conservation initiative to help an endangered native bat species in Arkansas and the biologists working on the project have some exciting news to share.
Craighead Electric Cooperative teams up with community partners to assist in the conservation of the endangered Indiana bat erecting new habitat for a colony located in the Shirey Bay Rainey Brake Wildlife Management Area near Strawberry.
In 2018, the Co-Op Cares campaign was launched as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. It is an employee-sponsored community fund with the mission to support various local charitable organizations. It does not receive any funding from Craighead Electric or its members. Employee contribution is voluntary, but Co-Op Cares currently benefits from over 90% employee participation.
Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas linemen, including Terry Harkey with Craighead Electric of Jonesboro, recently completed a mission to electrify two remote Guatemalan villages near the Mexican border, resulting in approximately 105 villagers having electricity for the first time.
Thirteen Arkansas Electric Cooperative linemen have returned from rural Bolivia where they set off to bring power to three remote villages.