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CONTACT US


Tri-County Electric Cooperative 302 East Glaydas P.O. Box 880 Hooker, Oklahoma 73945


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www.tri-countyelectric.coop


PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment Centers (Self-service kiosks) Kiosks are located in: Beaver, Boise City, Elkhart, Goodwell, Guymon, Hooker


Online Bill Pay (Account Online) www.tri-countyelectric.coop


Electronic Funds Transfer (Autodraft)


Call 800-522-3315 to enroll!


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Pay by Phone 800-522-3315


Drop off Payment in Person 302 East Glaydas, Hooker, Oklahoma


BOARD OF TRUSTEES District 1


District 2 District 3


Ronny White


District 4 C.J. Mouser District 5 District 6 District 7 District 8 District 9


Joe Mayer Larry Dunn


Shawn Martinez Cletus Carter Larry Hodges


Magazine features local co-op members


f you’re reading this newsletter, you probably read the larger Oklahoma Living magazine as well. If you are a long-time reader, you may have noticed more stories about the Oklahoma Panhandle and its cooperative members in 2012 than in previous years.


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“People in the Panhandle told us they would like to see more stories from their area in the magazine and we listened,” said Sid Sperry, director of Public Relations, Communications and Research at the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, which publishes Oklahoma Living magazine. “I asked JuliAnn Graham if she would be willing to periodically submit stories to us on behalf of the cooperative and she agreed.”


“It’s truly my pleasure to meet cooperative members and hear their stories,” JuliAnn Graham, communications specialist at Tri-County Electric, said.


Jimmie L. Draper Erwin Elms


The first story the cooperative submitted was about Red Carpet County and it appeared in the March 2012 issue. Three other stories about this area have appeared in the May and August issues of the magazine. This October issue includes a fourth story about a Dust Bowl documentary by Ken Burns. All the people


mentioned in the article are members of Tri-County Electric Cooperative.


“It’s truly my pleasure to meet cooperative members and hear their stories,” JuliAnn Graham, communications specialist at Tri-County Electric, said. “People are so kind and open in the Panhandle and surrounding area. I love stepping outside of my daily role and discovering folks like Imogene Glover and Dale Coen.”


Glover and Coen are both mentioned in the Dust Bowl article in the magazine. “The idea for the Dust Bowl film article was brought to us by one of our members,” Graham said. “I love to write about topics of interest to our members and hope they will continue to send in their ideas.”


Story ideas for the LiveWire newsletter or Oklahoma Living can be sent to info@tri-countyelectric.coop. 


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