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Score a Safety Touchdown

Score a Touchdown with These Safety Tips  We love fall because that means one thing, football season is here again! Whether you’re cheering on your favorite professional or collegiate teams, make sure you are kicking off fall the safe way.  Avoid penalties by following these helpful tips with football fans in mind: Delay of Game …

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Safety Tips for a Spook-tacular Holiday

The decorations, the costumes, the candy — we love all things spooky. What we don’t love, however, are safety hazards that can prove to be more trick than treat. As you celebrate this year, follow these helpful tips to have a boo-tiful Halloween while ensuring scary safety snafus don’t come back to haunt you. Inspect …

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Slay Energy Vampires and Save Money

Cut up to 25% of your electronics electricity usage by slaying energy vampires lurking around your home.  What is an “energy vampire?” It’s an appliance or electronic device that continues to suck energy while turned off or in stand-by mode. According to ENERGY STAR®, this stand-by power, also called phantom power or vampire power, costs …

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Remembering Mike Busch (1960-2021)

Mike Busch, a 39-year engineer with AEP Ohio, died Sunday, Sept. 5. He suffered a heart attack while hiking with his wife in Nevada as they celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. He was 61. “It’s just a tragedy. He was such a kind-hearted person,” said senior engineering technologist Joe Straka, who worked with Busch for …

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Helping Fill the Hunger Gap

It is estimated that four in 10 people visiting a food bank now need assistance as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Food insecurity has always been a major issue, but with the pandemic, it has only worsened. In 2021, 42 million people, including 13 million children, may be at risk of hunger. September is …

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Be Prepared. Protect Against the Unexpected

Tornadoes, fires, flooding and other emergencies can sometimes occur with little to no warning. National Preparedness Month is in full swing and we want to take a moment to remind you about the importance of being prepared before a disaster unfolds. As Ben Franklin said, “by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” This …

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