May was more than 9 degrees hotter than April so CoServ Member should expect higher electricity bills this month. CoServ Members who have been staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic should also expect their utility bills to be higher than they were a year ago.
Nurse practitioner and CoServ Member Marcia Foster tells the story of treating critical COVID-19 patients in New York City in her own words in this month's Member spotlight.
CoServ picks seven students each year to take on the trip of a lifetime to Austin and Washington D.C. as part of the Youth Leadership Tour. Except this year, COVID-19 forced us to cancel everything. But we still want to recognize these seven students and will offer them a spot on the 2021 tour.
New substations display commitment to meeting increased electricity demand in Prosper and Celina
The flat prairies that once stretched to the horizon in Prosper and Celina are being transformed with residential developments and shopping centers as farming towns continue to grow and morph into suburban meccas.
Thousands of high school graduates received their diplomas at Texas Motor Speedway over the last few weeks as their families and friends watched from the safety of their vehicles. To launch its new community partnership with TMS, CoServ sponsored the special “socially distanced” graduations to make sure the Class of 2020 received a proper graduation ceremony.
Billy Ryan, CoServ’s Director of Construction Management and Logistics, said the Hurricane Harvey experience informed CoServ’s decision to purchase a fuel truck earlier this year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While Major League Baseball tries to plan a July 4 start without fans, Minor League Baseball teams like the Frisco RoughRiders are in even more limbo because of the COVID-19 outbreak. MLB teams like the Texas Rangers can count on lucrative television contracts to air their games but the RoughRiders don’t really have that option.
In May, CoServ is supporting Texas Motor Speedway’s efforts in conducting a series of commencement ceremonies for high schools in Denton County and other local area school districts, honoring more than 14,000 graduates of the 2019-2020 school year.
Capturing a perfect photo of Blue Angels streaking across the sky takes careful planning, high-quality equipment and plenty of skill. A little luck doesn’t hurt, either. These elements came together two weeks ago for CoServ Employee Ken Oltmann when the precision U.S. Navy jet squadron flew over North Texas to honor doctors, nurses and other workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight.