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Slam the door on scammers by being a cautious consumer

    Don’t be tricked into paying a bill you don’t owe. Phony debt collection attempts rank among the most…

Mississippi Bicentennial a time to reflect, learn and enjoy

   This issue marks the start of Today in Mississippi’s 70th year of publication. Our first issue was mailed to members in January…

Mississippians shine when it comes to charitable giving

    Mississippians dig deeper in their pockets when it comes to giving. We always rank high in national surveys…

Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi assisting in restoring power

   "The Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi and 19 electric power associations are ready to assist in restoring electric service in areas affected by Hurricane Irma. An emergency response team of 276 crew members and equipment will be dispatched in the next couple of days to assist electric cooperatives in Florida and Georgia. We will be assisting electric cooperatives that helped us restore power in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. These electric cooperatives are reporting more than 785,000 of their meters are without service. Crews will not travel to distressed areas until the storm system no longer threatens to interrupt service in the areas of Mississippi we serve.”

    Statement from Michael Callahan
    CEO, Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi

Electric Cooperatives of Mississippi is a service organization owned by and serving Mississippi’s 26 member-owned electric power associations. These associations distribute electricity to more than 1.8 million Mississippians and serve more than 779,000 meters throughout the state. They maintain more than 94,700 miles of distribution line.

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