Chariton Valley representatives Darin Eleazarraraz and Tim Smith presented a check to the Clarence Community Betterment Group for $2000 to assist in purchasing playground equipment for the Clarence Lake. On hand to receive the check were the Clarence Kindergarten and 1st grade students along with Tina Daniel with the Clarence Community Group Member, Brandie Bowles-Clarence Collector/Court Clerk and Mayor Wendy Timbrook.
Join us as we celebrate you! Our customer celebrations will be held from 11am-1pm at the following locations. May 8th- Bosworth May 9th- Bucklin May 10th- Salisbury May 11th- Brookfield May 15th- Macon May 16th- Moberly 2018 Customer Appreciation Days flyer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 2, 2018 MACON, MO – Macon Electric Cooperative (MEC) and Chariton Valley (CV) have joined together to positively impact the communities they serve with the Co-ops in Action program. This project is a joint effort between the two cooperatives, where together they dedicate time and employees to tackle work projects for the communities they serve. The first quarter project for 2018 was to help the Callao Harvest Fiesta build a new […]
Chariton Valley is helping lead the focus of working directly with local entities to drive economic development in our service areas. Missouri is currently 42nd in the nation according to the Missouri 2030 Dashboard, which uses Federal Communications Commission (FCC) data. Chariton Valley is investing in the future of Missouri, especially to ensure our members and customers have access to high-speed broadband. Read the full story here.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 12, 2018 Chariton Valley’s CEO, Kirby Underberg has announced a fiber expansion plan for the town of Marceline. While fiber coming to Marceline was not a huge surprise, as fiber is already available in some areas, the plan for expanding its availability to all businesses and residents is BIG news! As part of his announcement, Underberg stated that Chariton Valley is committed to bringing state-of-the-art fiber connections to rural Missouri. Chariton […]
Working from home, whether telecommuting for an employer or owning a home-based business, definitely has its perks. Benefits such as fewer interruptions, a more balanced work life and less commuting are just a few of the many reasons laborers are gravitating toward remote work and home-based businesses. Furthermore, for some employers, incorporating telecommuting into a company’s work structure often leads to higher productivity, a decrease in staff turnover and a broader pool from which to […]