The October 2014 edition of South Carolina Living magazine won’t be delivered to mailboxes in Horry County until mid-month, but you can get access to our local content NOW!
- CEO Column: Join the Crowd – 150,000 in SC already stand with us to keep power affordable – Take action by December 1 sc.tellepa.com
- News items: NFL retiree’s books score big gains for the community; MyEnergy Online provides around-the-clock service; Effective October 1, 2014, facilities charge changes
- Co-op Connections feature: We’ll steak you for a tasty deal! Cheesesteak U is a part of the Co-op Connections program.
- He has his hooks deep in Horry Electric’s history: Davis Edge is a member and former lineman for the Cooperative
- A cooperative convert “I wish we’d had co-op people up there,” says New Englander – Phyllis Fleischer loves her co-op
Other highlights from the full edition of South Carolina Living magazine
The EPA thinks you can afford higher power bills. Join your local electric cooperative’s campaign to keep electricity affordable and reliable. more »
Operation Round Up marks 25 years of neighbors helping neighbors—one small donation at a time. more »
Lightweight, cordless, robotic or multifunctional—modern vacuum cleaners make everyday housework a breeze. more »