The Stuck-In-Traffic Blues

0129
 2019
If you travel the major highways in Bluebonnet’s area at rush hour, it’s a familiar refrain. Relief may be around the corner: Some big road improvements are in the works.

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Eight Decades of Lighting the Way!

0129
 2019
It’s a milestone year for Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative. We’re turning 80. The co-op, originally called the Lower Colorado River Electric Cooperative, received its state charter on Aug. 2, 1939.

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LONGTIME MEMBER PROFILE: Prairie Lea Independent School District

0429
 2014

Small classes, big aspirations have powered classes for more than 160 years

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MEMBER SERVICES Q&A: Registering for the Annual Meeting

0429
 2014

Q: I’m planning to attend this year’s Annual Meeting. What information do I need in order to register?

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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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Like money in your pocket: Capital credits another benefit of being a co-op member

0331
 2014
Everyone likes to get money back. And Bluebonnet likes giving money back to its members in the form of capital credits. That’s one of the benefits of being a member of an electric cooperative, as opposed to a customer of an investor-owned or a city-owned utility. 

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