The numbers are in, and January 2024 was officially the coldest month in the past four years. You could argue the February 2021 saw lower temperatures, so it was “Colder”,…
Following severe rain, wind and hail which moved into Northeast Arkansas on January 11th, Craighead Electric Cooperative Corporation (CECC) and empower Broadband had approximately 1,400 members without electric/internet service.
Follow the advice in this FAQ to stay safe during severe weather.
If disaster strikes your community, you might not have access to food, water, or electricity for some time. By taking time now to prepare emergency kits, you can provide for your entire family.
Frigid temperatures can cause heating systems to work over time, and since heating and cooling can make up nearly half of your electric bill, you may experience sticker shock when you open that bill. Instead of waiting until after a potentially high bill is in your mailbox, be proactive.