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By Mark Rose In 1939, the newly formed electric cooperative that is now Bluebonnet set the first poles and hung the first spans of wire that delivered power to the farms, ranches, schools, churches and businesses in dozens of Central … Continue reading
Drive by or visit one of Bluebonnet’s five member service centers, or pass one of its service vehicles on the road, and you will notice something different. Pink lights, pink ribbon pins and pink magnetic ribbons affixed to trucks. No, … Continue reading
It’s hot. Really hot. Summer just got here, but Texas has already broken records for electric consumption in June. It’s an ominous beginning to what we all hope won’t be like last summer, when we set records for having the … Continue reading
Bluebonnet’s directors approve move to district representation and end at-large voting in board elections
Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s 11-member governing board unanimously voted during yesterday’s meeting to change how directors are elected, ending the current at-large voting and proxy system and moving toward district representation.