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19 May 2017

#CoServ80for80: A memory that serves

When the final AMI meter was installed in 2013, Senior Field Tech Bobby Turner must have smiled to himself. Of the new technology, he takes a wait-and-see approach. 

11 May 2017

#CoServ80for80: A brief history of Denton County Electric Cooperative

On May 8, 1937, the Articles of Incorporation for Denton County Electric Cooperative were notarized and filed in the office of the Secretary of State for Texas.

5 May 2017

CoServ to Members: Please share your memories

CoServ is celebrating 80 years of serving North Texas this year. Do you have a favorite story to share with us?

21 Apr 2017

#CoServ80for80: A great place to work

In the 80 years since CoServ began, many have worked together to bring service to a growing North Texas. 

13 Apr 2017

#CoServ80for80: Giving back to those who support us

Like CoServ, giving back to the community is important to former Dallas Cowboy Omar Stoutmire.

7 Apr 2017

#CoServ80for80: Electricity lightened load for women

Everything changed when electricity made its way into rural households. “It was a big advancement for women,” said Barbara Coughran. 

31 Mar 2017

80 for 80: Members thank CoServ for 60 years of service

Clair and Bill Bradford, formerly of Flower Mound, recently shared their appreciation for CoServ. 

1 Mar 2017

Flower Mound history buffs thankful for good service

Sixty years of reliability — that’s what CoServ means to Bill and Clair Bradford.

16 Feb 2017

80 for 80: In 1938, CoServ's 1st energized line connects North Texas farms to electricity

The initial project was for 550 miles of lines in Denton, Cooke, Grayson, Tarrant, Collin and Wise counties, "but it is believed possible that more lines will be erected, as the cost per mile so far has been lower than the original estimates."

13 Jan 2017

CoServ 80 for 80: Memories from a pole digger’s son

One Aubrey resident tells the story, in his own words, of his father's 20-plus years of work with CoServ in the 1940s.