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71st Annual Meeting Highlights

Directors elected at 2017 annual meeting: (l to r) Richard Koski, Dave Charles, Kyle Hilken and Bill Patrie


Youth tour winner Alison Krein

A deserving student: Faith Harron

Capital Electric writer takes on new co-op challenge

In the cooperative world, stories about our members, our employees, and how we do business reflect our co-op values. We care about people and we care about doing business the right way, treating our members like true owners and friends. These values are important to us, and we love to hear about what’s happening in our co-op community.

Grant supports the Soup Café in feeding bellies and souls


Heaven’s Helpers Soup Café, a prayer-funded business that provides free home-cooked soups and sandwiches to people who are homeless or in need, closed about a year-and-a-half ago. Now, in a new location, it is preparing to open and continue its mission of feeding bellies and souls.

Annual service awards

There are many reasons employees choose to work for and stay at Capital Electric Cooperative. We listed some of the most common answers on C1. If you got to know some of our colleagues, they might also share that their jobs are fulfilling — because the time spent at work is fun. Th e linemen might tell you that they like doing a variety of jobs and spending time outdoors.

Vietz, crew foreman and “hero,” retires after 41 years

Linemen are sometimes considered heroes because, at times, they work in dangerous conditions for long hours to restore electric service after a snow and ice storm. To residents in the Sandy River Drive development in northwest Bismarck, Capital Electric Cooperative Crew Foreman Les Vietz is a hero — because he helped save their homes during the flood of 2013.

Doug Mork Retires

Coming to Capital ‘best move he made’


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