The best of Texas culture—people, recipes, travel and history—delivered to your mailbox each month. Published by Texas Electric Cooperatives, your complimentary printed copy also includes news about CoServ and the communities we serve as well as tips on how to stay safe, save energy and save money.
June 2020 Featured Articles:
Like most of the Class of 2020, McKinney High School senior Sara Hummadi missed the milestones she’s supposed to experience in the final months before graduation.
Since 2004, more than $12 million in CoServ Charitable Foundation (CCF) grants have been distributed to over 100 nonprofits and civic organizations in North Texas. CoServ Members, Customers and Employees donated these funds, which makes CCF a true community collaboration.
New substations display commitment to meeting increased electricity demand in Prosper and Celina. Prosper is projected to add 13,000 people by 2025; to the north, Celina expects to welcome 27,000 more residents in the same time frame. With average home sizes of 4,541 square feet in Prosper and 3,352 square feet in Celina, CoServ’s electric load in both towns has skyrocketed along with the population.
Read the full June issue: Local | Statewide
May 2020 Featured Articles:
Flatten the curve. Social distancing. Shelter in place. These were just three of the terms that entered our vocabulary in March, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States. For a while there, news about the outbreak and its unprecedented consequences moved as fast as the disease itself.
The COVID-19 outbreak presented multiple challenges for
North Texas as several million residents self-quarantined at
home amid school closings, restaurant shutdowns and sporting,
festival and music event postponements and cancellations..
The COVID-19 outbreak this spring prompted hundreds of thousands of North Texans to work from home, while many others lost their jobs outright.
Read the full May issue: Local | Statewide