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Two more arctic cold fronts blast Central Texas, lead to more high electric bills

Two strong, arctic cold fronts blasted Central Texas in January, following the two fronts that arrived around the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. The most recent fronts brought unwelcome ice and snow. To parents’ displeasure but students’ delight, area schools either … Continue reading

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When winter temperatures drop, demand for electricity and energy bills rise

During the past few weeks, many Bluebonnet members called us or commented on our Facebook page about being surprised by their high electric bills caused by winter temperatures driven by a series of strong cold fronts through Central Texas beginning … Continue reading

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