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safety first


Pokemon— NO!


Players advised to stay away from electrical equipment


worldwide in its grip. While your electric co-op has nothing against players enjoying themselves, when it comes to hunting virtual Pokemon on or near real power lines, substations or other co-op property, Pokemon Go quickly becomes Pokemon NO!


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Pokemon is a smartphone- based augmented reality game that sends players to real world places to "capture" Pokemon.


Pokemon can turn up anywhere from the grocery store to hospitals to your own front yard. Lately, they are appearing at electric substations, drawing players into dangerous situations.


f you haven't noticed, there's Pokemon Go craze that has millions of people


Game manufacturer Niantic determines where Pokemon will appear. While the game's user agreement forbids players from trespassing on private property, private locations somehow still seem to appear. The company asks players to report inappropriate locations online, but how quickly these issues are resolved is unknown.


If Pokemon are hiding around Kiamichi Electric property, players are advised to keep a safe distance. Any game or activity that distracts you from the possible dangers nearby or brings you in close proximity to power lines and equipment is a major concern.


If you spot suspicious behavior or vehicles around co-op property, please report it to KEC immediately at 800-888-2731 or call 911.


Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month


Switching to energy-efficient lighting is one of the fastest ways to cut your energy bills. By replacing your home’s five most frequently used light fixtures or bulbs with models that have earned the ENERGY STAR rating, you can save $75 each year.


Source: energy.gov 8 | september - october 2016 | Light Post ■ AUTOS


buy•sell•trade ■ REAL ESTATE


Green 96 Dodge pickup, short bed with bed cover, in great shape. $3,500 or best offer. 918-432-5392


■ PETS


Help solve the problem of pet overpopulation and abandonment by spaying and neutering your pet. Low cost spay and neuter services are available through the Poteau Valley Humane Society. Please visit www.poteaupets.org or call 918-649-0986.


Piney Creek Section 10, 34 foot travel trailer under cover with car port. AT&T, electric and septic tank installed, stor- age building. Asking $17,000. Phone: 405-354-3223. Cell phone: 405-570-4483.


Buy-Sell-Trade is free for KEC members. Ads reach thousands of co-op members in Leflore, Latimer, Pittsburgh, Pushmataha and Atoka counties. Please submit ads using the form below, or email your ad to Todd Minshall at toddm@ kiamichielectrric.org. Deadline for the November - December issue is November 12.


KIAMICHI ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE


buy•sell•trade AD SUBMISSION FORM


Check one: ❏ BUY ❏ SELL ❏ TRADE


Your Name ___________________________________________________ Billing Address_________________________________________________ City/State/Zip_________________________________________________ Telephone No._________________________________________________


Check one: ❏ Autos/Pickups/RVs ❏ Livestock ❏ Real Estate


❏ Motorcycles & ATVs


❏ Farm Equipment ❏ Pets


❏ Boats ❏ Miscellaneous


Please print or type your ad below. Use sheet of paper if you prefer. Ads may be edited. ______________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________


Submit ad by mail, fax, or e-mail to Todd Minshall, KEC Light Post, PO Box 340, Wilburton, OK 74578. Email ad to toddm@kiamichielectric.org, or fax to 918-465-2950/Attention Todd Minshall. Ads are free for co-op members. Deadline for the November - December issue is November 12, 2016.


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