ELECTRIFYING BOLIVIA: Bringing power to remote villages

0221
 2018
Two Bluebonnet linemen travel 3,400 miles to help bring power to remote, rural villages

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January arctic blast increases electric use, leads to higher electric bills

0203
 2018
An arctic blast that dropped Central Texas temperatures into the teens in January, the coldest air to hit the area in several years, has led to increased energy consumption for Bluebonnet’s members, which means higher electric bills.

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LONGTIME MEMBER PROFILE: City of Manor

0403
 2014

Once Travis County's second largest city, Manor gearing up for rapid growth

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Engineering the evolution of Bluebonnet

0327
 2014

Jim Wolf’s career started with protractors and hand-drawn maps and ended with ever-faster computers that transformed his field

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LIFE & LIGHT ON THE FARM: Electric power changed everything

0311
 2014

From the first light bulb to today, Royce Vickery has witnessed the changes that electricity brought to rural families

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THE POWER BROKER: Lyndon B. Johnson

0211
 2014

Lyndon B. Johnson looms large over the birth of electricity in rural Central Texas

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