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All DREMC offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 9 so that all DREMC employees can attend a mandatory day-long training event. In the event of an emergency, there will be crews available....

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation’s Shelbyville Headquarters auditorium will be the site of a launch event this Saturday, Nov. 5, for South Central Tennessee Reconnect, a program that encourages adults with some post-secondary education to complete their degrees or certification requirements. The program kicks off at...

A tradition since 1974 sponsored by Duck River EMC and featuring Ann Throneberry will come full circle this month when the 42-year run of delicious baking, cooking, party planning and gifting comes to an end. Throneberry says this will be the last year of Holiday Foods....

Duck River EMC has been recognized as a 5-Star Co-op by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) “Co-ops Vote” program for efforts to promote this important get-out-the-vote campaign at various events and through print and social media outreach. ...

Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) linemen answered the call for help to restore power in in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, a category 3 storm that scraped the Atlantic coast of Florida on Friday after causing death and destruction in the Caribbean. Eight line workers...

The future of rural America in the 21st Century depends on broadband connectivity. This is why Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) has launched a broadband feasibility study in its service area. Information will be gathered from various sources, including surveys and meetings with business and...

Rate adjustments go into effect Oct. 1 for Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) residential members and commercial-industrial accounts. In addition, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) will implement a wholesale rate increase. The TVA Board of Directors in September approved a 2% hike in the wholesale...

Among all the telephone and on-line scams involving threats to disconnect electric service and attempts to gain personal identity information or account numbers, now comes a new one: the “Redeem Redemption” con game. This fraud has been reported in Lincoln County and possibly will be attempted...

More than 250 Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) members, employees and guests gathered for the 2016 Annual Meeting and 80th anniversary observance Saturday, Aug. 20, at Tennessee Farm Bureau headquarters in Columbia. Five unopposed incumbent directors were re-elected to new terms, and board officers were...

Duck River EMC members will observe the co-op’s 80th anniversary this Saturday, Aug. 20, at the 2016 Annual Meeting to be held at the Tennessee Farm Bureau Headquarters, 147 Bear Creek Pike, in Columbia. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m., with the business session to follow at...