The Buzz on Our Bees
Julie Bates learned to get along with honeybees and is glad she did.
Cooperative Extension helped rural families learn about electricity and how to use it.
A Brighter Future
Electric cooperative delegates look at how partnerships help communities prosper.
Utility industry transformation
by Mitchell L. Keel
A Mountaineer moves on
More Power To You
Surry-Yadkin EMC helps teachers understand electricity distribution
How many does it take to change a light bulb?
State tax law changes will affect your cooperative
Four County EMC teams with business developer to expand Bladenboro park
These loans and grants help rural, low-income individuals and families buy or repair homes
Stemming irrigation costs
Between The Lines
What About Batteries?
Where Life Takes Us
The House That Mom and Dad Built
Caring for your lawn
Learning to cope
My first love
The whale at Wade’s Shore
Learning from the beach
Tar Heel Lessons
Clearing the air
Making history at course No. 2
Do you know…
Carolina Country Store
Memory bears, neckties and more
Beer lover’s guide to the Carolinas
Hiking North Carolina’s National Forests
Find a public garden
On The House
Let the sun heat your home’s water
The North Carolina Zoo turns 40
Bananas Foster Crunch Mix
Fresh Tomato Bruschetta
Crab Cake Stuffed Portobellos
By replacing your five most-used light bulbs with ENERGY STAR-qualified bulbs, you could save $70 a year.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Energy Star)