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Lamar Electric Cooperative

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Our office will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day.

Crews will be on standby in case of power outages.

Crews Continue to Work to Restore Power E-mail
Wednesday, 27 May 2015 07:31

Crews have once again worked through the night to restore power to our members. There are still approximately 450 customers without service. The combination of saturated soil and 65-70 mph winds resulted in many trees falling over and breaking poles. Crews have had major difficulties due to the ground being saturated. Most broken poles are in locations not accessible for digger trucks. A lot of time is spent cutting trees from the right-of-way so the line can be reconstructed.

The areas without power are Boxelder and south of Annona, north of Avery and the English area, and a few are still off south of Rugby. All houses capable of receiving power will have service restored by tonight. If your home is one of the ones with major damage, please make sure your meter loop is ready to receive power

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 May 2015 07:33
Hundreds Without Power

This morning hundreds of Lamar Electric customers are still without lights despite the efforts of Lamar crews that worked through the night.  Most of the damage was in the area around Minter and Rugby.  It appears that a tornado or more than one tornado may have occurred in the area south and north of Annona.

We have numerous broken poles on major feeder lines.   Crews continue to work their way to try and replace the poles and get the wire in the air.  The time it takes to chainsaw trees out of the line has hampered the efforts to get the poles up.  Our crews will continue to work until everyone has power.  We appreciate the membership having patience as we work to repair the damage caused by these major storms that occurred late Monday evening.

Areas without power include:  Annona, Avery, Bogata, Boxelder, English, Minter and Rugby.

2015 Scholarship Winners Announced
Dixon Durham
Merilyn Campbell Paige Dixon Dakota Durham
Little Stature Walker
Shelbie Little Shakedra Stature Haskell Walker

The names of six high-school seniors were drawn at the Annual Membership Meeting on April 18th for a $1,000 scholarship each.  There were 55 entries.

Scholarship winners were Merilyn Campbell of North Lamar High School, daughter of Corey and Lynn Campbell of Reno; Paige Dixon of Paris High School, daughter of Kevin and Althea Dixon of Reno; Dakota Durham of Avery High School, son of Dixie Durham of Annona; Shelbie Little of Chisum High School, daughter of Shannon and Jennifer Little of Paris; Shakedra Stature of Clarksville High School, daughter of Tyra Jackson; and Haskell Walker of Prairiland High School, son of Mark and Stacy Walker of Reno.

SmartHub Online Bill Pay

Lamar Electric is transitioning our online website billing service to an enhanced account management tool called SmartHub on April 1st at 10:00 a.m. Using SmartHub will allow our members to do more than pay their bill online or look at previous month’s bills. If you are already enrolled in eBill, you will use the same email and password that you’ve always used, but instead of logging into eBill, when you click on the “Online Bill Pay” tab or choose the “Pay Your Bill Online” button, you will go directly into SmartHub.  If you are new to Lamar Electric’s online services, simply click the new user option on the “Online Bill Pay” tab or the “Pay Your Bill Online” button and follow the instructions for a “new user” to access our self-service site.  This access has previously only been available by access through our website using your home computer, tablet or smart phone.

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