The CoServ Charitable Foundation has awarded grants totaling $130,000 to Community Lifeline Center for utility assistance.
CoServ Employees volunteered to build a ramp at a CoServ Member’s home in Little Elm. Photos by NICHOLAS SAKELARIS/CoServ (Except where noted) Little Elm resident Delia Stone has struggled to get down the stairs at her home recently, especially when walking her dogs. “I just have those five steps and I’ve fallen down just those…
CoServ’s Energy Education Team uses POWERtown™ presentation to demonstrate scenarios where people could come across power lines.
The Grandscape development in The Colony features restaurants from India, Paris, Chicago and Denton’s own LSA Burger.
CoServ President and CEO Donnie Clary attributed much of CoServ’s current success, including having 400,000 combined electric and gas meters and being one of the fastest-growing co-ops in the country, to Bill’s amazing leadership.
CoServ Member Cheryl Dixon won the grand prize drawing for a Year’s Worth of Free Electricity! She entered the drawing when she attended Frisco Freedom Fest on the Fourth of July.
Over the last two years, Victory Therapy has seen the number of weekly riders increase 267 percent. Considering the immense stress of the times, that might not necessarily be shocking, but it is impressive.
City representatives were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Our Daily Bread’s new 34,000-square-foot facility in Denton. The CoServ Charitable Foundation, among other private donors, contributed to the new facility’s setup through an Operation Roundup grant.
In 2022, CoServ celebrated its 85th anniversary so we are taking a look back at the record-breaking growth, milestones.
CoServ Employees restored power to 1,800 meters from two electric co-ops during their mutual aid trip to central and southern Florida.