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Victory Electric Sponsors Local Teens to Colorado

Fitting in and being part of the group can be challenging for anyone, especially high school students.

Youth Tour 2019 Application Available

Each year Victory Electric sends four students on an all-expense-paid trip during their summer vacation. 

Renick Changes Role at Cooperative

Craig Renick changed capacity at Victory Electric and switched from the metering department to the substation department.
     “I am always looking to learn,” Renick said. “I want to broaden my horizons in the cooperative and gain more knowledge of the
systems and how they work.

Victory Electric Awarded 2018 "Best of the Best" Awards

Victory Electric won two “Best of the Best” titles, hosted by the Dodge City Daily Globe. The survey celebrates the businesses, organizations, people who contribute to the community of Dodge City. Voting was held online between April 25 and May 14 and was open to anyone.

Scheve Promoted to Manager

Victory Electric announces the promotion of Jarod Scheve. In recent months, Victory Electric's engineering department has undergone several staff changes, including a retirement, resulting in position vacancies.

Metallic Balloons Cause Outages

Metallic balloons are great indoors and at birthdays, graduations and other special occasions. However, you must know how to use and dispose of metallic balloons properly, or you could cause a power outage and damage to the utility electrical equipment.

Victory Electric Claims Two National Awards

Jerri Imgarten, vice president of communications, received two Spotlight on Excellence awards from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

New IT Member

Victory Electric is pleased to announce the hiring of BRENT NAU. He is a business intelligence analyst.
     Nau joins the team from FairPoint Communications where he has served as manager of reporting and data analysis since 2001.

Dave Lowery Retires from Co-op

Victory Electric Journeyman DAVE LOWERY will retire after 39 years of service.
      The Ohio native moved to Dodge City in the mid-70s and worked as a contractor before beginning his career with Aquila as a second-year apprentice lineman.
      Lowery earned his journeyman status while at Victory Electric and has worked with several crews.
      "I learned everything hands-on," Lowery said. "It has been a good career."

Fifth-Graders Visit Victory Electric

Cimarron Elementary students visited Victory Electric as part of the school’s Career Camp.

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