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JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2012 PLAY IT SAFE REAL ESTATE IN KIAMICHI COUNTRY


40 acres for sale, $224,000. Paved country roads on 2 sides. Located on corner of Midway Rd and Nail Creek Rd, 5 Miles East of Poteau, OK in the Poteau School District. All utilities, rural water. Beautiful building sights w/ scenic views of Cavanal Hill and Sugarloaf Mountain. Used as hay meadow only. Worst year 40 5x6 bales. Good clean scenic property, taxes $45 more or less per year. Buyer could sell 20 acres more or less easily. 918-962- 6200, ask for Mandy.


80 acres for sale located 1 mile from Eufaula Lake; 15 Min to Fountain Head Casino and golf course. All utilities on property. 30x60 metal barn, 2 large  Would trade for Comparable property. 918-962- 9072.


TO SUBMIT AN AD:


Please print or type your ad as you would like it to read. The ad must include a telephone number and/or e-mail address, and the approximate location of the property for sale or rent. On the same sheet of paper, please include your name, address, city, state, zip, and telephone number.


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Mail:


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PO Box 340 Wilburton, OK 74578


toddm@kiamichielectric.org


918-465-2950 Attn: Todd Minshall


Using gas? Get CO alarms. bedroom. I


A CO alarm senses that carbon monoxide levels in your house are too high. Of course, the alarm doesn’t do much good if the batteries are dead or it’s located in the wrong place. Here are eight tips for ensuring your CO alarm works when you need it:


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 Replace your batteries at least once a year or when the device starts making a “chirping” sound. That’s usually a symptom of a low battery.


 Test the alarm regularly by pressing the “test” button and holding it down for 20 seconds.


 Locate CO alarms at least 10 feet away from sources of humidity, where steam can cause them to overreact.


 Place a CO alarm on every level of the house and at the top of the basement stairs.


 Do not put a CO alarm in the garage, kitchen or the room with your gas furnace.


 If your alarm goes off too often, it probably means it’s too close  or stove. It also could mean


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that your gas appliances are not


that your gas appliances are not burning the fuel completely. If you see a yellow or orange pilot light, that could be the case. Call a plumber to check it out.


 Leave the alarm plugged in all year, not just during heating season. Your gas stove, clothes dryer and water heater also are potential sources of CO leaks. And a running car in the garage can cause a CO problem in the home.


CO poisoning can take its victims by surprise by mimicking symptoms of other illnesses. A CO alarm leaves no doubt about what the danger is, so you can get yourself and your loved ones out of there safely.


To visit with your co-op about safety issues or schedule a free safety program, please call 800-888-2731 or visit www.kiamichielectric.org.


the Kiamichi Electric Cooperative lightpost


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Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, Inc. BOARD OF TRUSTEES


OFFICERS Larry Culwell Presid


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district 7 Richard Medlock Vice President district 2 Don Parr Secretary-Treasurer district 5 Stephen Bryan Executive Vice President-CEO MEMBERS


Robert Williams Dale Shaw David Ray Doug Binns


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