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Only 20 percent of homes built before 1980 are properly insulated. Increase the comfort of your home and reduce heating and cooling needs up to 10 percent by investing in proper insulation and sealing air leaks.
Wicked Wiring Warnings
What is your home telling you?
Pet-Proof Your Home
Keep your household pets safe from the dangers of electricity
Tips to keep them and you safe
Deck the Halls with LEDs
Upgrade to these cost-saving, energy-efficient holiday lights
Conduct your own research and stay tuned for more energy-saving tips
Lives on the Line
Any time, day or night, linemen keep us in the light. Yes, ma’am. Yes, sir. No power? No worries. We’re on our way.
Home Energy Checklist
Follow these steps to protect your family from electrical hazards
Send Halogen Lamps Packing
Safer, more efficient alternatives are available
Summer Living With Outdoor Appliances
Be safe when using appliances outdoors
Don’t Get Lazy About Summertime Safety
Watch out for these potentially hazardous situations this summer
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Celebrate the sweeter things in life May 18 at the Cameron Dewberry Festival. All proceeds will go to Milam County Child Protective Services.Find hundreds of happenings all across the state on our Events page. Illustration by Edd Patton
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