Hoosier Energy Announces Dates for Waterfowl Hunting
Merom Generating Station, Sullivan, Ind., Hoosier Energy has announced waterfowl hunting dates beginning in September and running through February at Turtle Creek Reservoir.  Hunting will only be allowed on designated days for the appropriate waterfowl, as indicated. 
Hoosier Energy Announces New CEO
Following a national search, Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc., is pleased to announce Donna Walker as its next President and Chief Executive Officer, effective November 13, 2018.

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