Due to an increase in Covid cases, we have decided to close our lobbies effective Wednesday, January 12th. This closing includes both our Stigler and Sallisaw offices. Our drive-thru windows will remain open during this time. Please feel free to contact us at 800-328-2368 if you have questions or need something that requires a visit to our office and we will be happy to make arrangements for you. Thank you for your understanding!

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OPERATIONS
December 21, 2021

OPERATIONS

Right-of-way clearing project starting with the new year
Crews in the Cookson Hills Electric service territory will begin working on clearing a new area of the right-of-way in January. This clearing of trees, limbs, and brush is an ongoing effort to decrease the number of outages and reduce the risk of someone coming in contact with the power lines.

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OPERATIONS
December 15, 2021

OPERATIONS

Scheduled Power Outage

WHERE: Substation 1 – STI (Stigler Substation)
DATE: Tuesday, December 21, 2021
TIME: Approximately 10:00 a.m.
DURATION: 3 hours - estimated

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OPERATIONS
December 14, 2021

OPERATIONS

Right-of-way clearing project starting with the new year
Crews in the Cookson Hills Electric service territory will begin working on clearing a new area of the right-of-way in January. This clearing of trees, limbs, and brush is an ongoing effort to decrease the number of outages and reduce the risk of someone coming in contact with the power lines.

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OPERATIONS
April 22, 2021

OPERATIONS

Cookson Hills Electric has partnered with Anixter Utility Power Solutions company to begin upgrading meters.

We wanted to let you know Anixter employees have started work to upgrade our system. 

 

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OPERATIONS
February 12, 2021

OPERATIONS

Right-of-way clearing projects underway
You may have noticed crews in the Cookson Hills Electric service territory working on clearing the right-of-way recently. This clearing of trees, limbs and brush is an ongoing effort to decrease the number of outages and reduce the risk of someone coming in contact with the power lines.

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