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Join Duck River EMC in celebrating the cooperative difference in Tennessee and across America during National Cooperative Month. Every October, cooperatives are recognized for the qualities that make the business model unique: local democratic control, commitment to supporting the communities they serve and improving quality of...

Utility bill scammers and other cheats have been hard at work in the Duck River EMC service area. The latest con game has targeted rural stores and businesses and involves a telephone caller threatening to disconnect electric service for an unpaid bill. Thankfully, awareness of...

[caption id="attachment_16434" align="alignright" width="300"] Fifth grade students at East Coffee Elementary School participated in the TVA Science Kids World Monitoring Challenge. From left are Holli, Zaylan and Frank.[/caption] Vicki Stevens-Valentine, Tennessee Valley Authority Program Manager, visited the fifth-grade students at East Coffee Elementary in Manchester as part...

Beat the Peak™ will be activated Friday afternoon, Sept. 4, between the hours of 4 and 6 p.m. when high electricity demand for air conditioning is predicted due to temperatures forecasted in the mid-90s. Duck River EMC urges its members to adjust their AC thermostats upward...

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation is warning members about phone scam calls in the service area. Callers are falsely linking themselves to DREMC, claiming the member’s account is past due and if payment is not made, electricity would be disconnected. The calls originate from 818-359-0121. “These...

Utility bill scammers continue to work in Duck River EMC’s service territory. One of the latest attempts targeted a convenience store in Maury County where the owner was threatened with electricity disconnection if he did not make a draft payment by telephone. Fortunately, he alerted DREMC’s...

Duck River EMC members in coming weeks might see helicopter flights along Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) transmission lines in the co-op’s service territory. The reason for this aerial activity, which includes landings and takeoffs from private property where permission has been granted, is a project...

Wayne Tucker retained his Zone 4 seat on the Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) Board of Directors by defeating challenger Chris Bell in the election held Aug. 10-14 at the co-op’s Shelbyville District office. In addition to Tucker’s victory, three other incumbent directors were re-elected....