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Pearls of Wisdom

Pearls of Wisdom

NNEC’s newly elected board member, Jason Kenner, is responsible for the daily operations at one of Virginia’s largest oyster planters and harvesters.

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A Helping Hand, A World Away
A Helping Hand, A World Away

A Helping Hand, A World Away

Concern for Community is the Seventh Cooperative Principle, and ODEC’s employees demonstrate it time and again

All Aboard Shenandoah Museum

All Aboard Shenandoah Museum

Shenandoah Town Council purchased 507 First Street as a welcome center and to display items that showcase the N&W railroad, town history and the USS Shenandoah.

A New Lease on Life

A New Lease on Life

When Sherrie and Mourad Fahim bought a 120-year-old building in Barboursville, Va., they weren’t exactly sure what they were getting into.

Who You Gonna Call? Rock Busters!

Who You Gonna Call? Rock Busters!

When retired pharmacist Chester Hill needed an electrical line installed for a newly constructed garage on his Big Stone Gap farm, he knew exactly who to call.

More Than a Place to Pay Bills

More Than a Place to Pay Bills

As coordinator of vegetation management at Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative, Scott Sorrels is protective of environmental concerns throughout the co-op’s territory. But what about closer to home? What about in SVEC’s front yard?