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Dairyland celebrating first EV Fast Charger in Western Wisconsin

A ribbon-cutting and “EV Ride & Drive” event is being held at the Ground Round in Tomah on Sept. 6 to showcase the electric vehicle fast charger. >more

Be safe around power lines--even if they're down

Downed power lines can look relatively harmless, but don’t be fooled. They likely carry an electric current strong enough to cause serious injury or possibly death. >more

Be safe when planting

Many of us plant bushes and trees in the fall, using the "shoulder" season as a perfect time to create new landscaping. As you plant or transplant, make sure to keep electric reliability and safety in mind. Call 811 before you dig to ensure you won't hit any utility services. >more

SCAM ALERT: Dairyland Warns of Telephone Scam

Dairyland is advising area residents to be alert to a reported credit card scam, using Dairyland’s business identity.

The report indicates that “spoofing” is used to fraudulently display Dairyland Power Cooperative on the Caller ID, so that it appears to be a legitimate business call. In fact, the caller is a conducting a credit card or “Medicare” scam, requesting personal finance information.

Dairyland is a wholesale power provider, supplying the energy needs of 24 member distribution cooperatives in the Upper Midwest. Dairyland would never call an area resident requesting financial or identity information for any reason. If you receive a suspicious call from someone claiming to be from Dairyland, please disconnect immediately.>more