To help keep the community of Crested Butte afloat during COVID-19, one restaurant owner and entrepreneur feeds those in need.
Tri-State volunteers from our Transmission Maintenance team partnered with Houses For Warriors to help rebuild a home in Lochbuie, Colorado.
“As we say in Wyoming,” says Bob Brockman, “I would always be honored to ride the pasture with Jack Finnerty.”
“The community really stepped up,” said Fire Chief Richard Haller. And it’s fortunate they did, considering the day after the new Jaws of Life arrived, they were used to extricate a person involved in a head-on collision.
With 43 members and nearly 1.3 million consumers counting on Tri-State for their power supply, it’s no small task to make sure there’s enough power available to go around.
In true co-op spirit, 10 Tri-State line techs gave up holidays with family and friends to help restore power to areas hit by California wildfires.
Thirteen Montrose Maintenance Center (MMC) team workers volunteered on a Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans home under construction on Park Avenue in Montrose.
Tri-State Montrose Employees Club donated $1,000 each to the science department at three local middle schools.
Carolyn Tucker, internal communications specialist, decided to join Tri-State’s National Bike Challenge team following surgery and is looking forward to getting some exercise while strengthening both her knees.