All Mid-South Synergy offices will be closing at 1:00 pm on Friday, June 16th for our 77th Annual Meeting being held at the Walker County Fairgrounds. The doors will open to the event at 3:30 pm and the meeting beginning at 5:00 pm. There will be tons of door prizes, refreshments, and much more! We hope to see you there!
We are currently experiencing an outage with our phone systems. All online payment systems have been affected by this outage as well. Our call center will be unavailable as we work to restore our phone lines. Thank you for your understanding. We are estimating the outage will last around 1 hour, but are working as quick as possible to get everything back up and running.
2017 Scholarship Recipients Announced
Darren Blakley – Madisonville High School
Kurtis Bradicich – Iola High School
McKenzie Caldwell – Gonzales High School
David Cole – Iola High School
Matthew Collier – Huntsville High School
Zachary Fisher – Huntsville High School
Cheyenne Kuta – Anderson Shiro High School
Shelby Lepley – New Waverly High School
Luke Moy – Anderson-Shiro High School
Randall Navarro – Madisonville High School
Dawson Park – Huntsville High School
Morgan Roberts – Montgomery High School
Jasmine Rodrigues – Huntsville High School
Addison Samuelson-Hesterman – Anderson-Shiro High School
Dillon Samuelson-Hesterman – Anderson-Shiro High School
Sonora Schueneman – North Zulch High School
Tori Thomas – Montgomery High School
Landry Wagner – Iola High School
Miranda Walterbach – Montgomery High School
Congratulations to this year’s recipients!
For additional information, please contact Erin Hughes by phone at 936.825.5139 or e-mail
On Friday, January 27, 2017, the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office received a report that a number of solar panels located in our Bedias solar yard were damaged. Mid-South Synergy is still working with authorities during their investigation into who caused the damage. At this time, we know that a firearm caused the damage to the panels, however, the type of firearm is still unknown. We appreciate the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office for all of their help and support during this investigation.
If you have any tips or information regarding the damage to the Mid-South Synergy solar yard, you can report it anonymously to the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office or Investigator Kindale Pittman by calling 936-873-2151.
The damage has not interrupted service to the panels, however, we will begin repairs to/exchanging damaged panels as quickly as possible. When the solar yard was built, we acquired a stock of panel replacements anticipating storm related damage or emergency situations such as this. We want to assure Synergy Solar members that you WILL NOT see any interruption in service.
For more information on Synergy Solar, please visit www.synergysolar.coop.
Our offices will be closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Crews will be on-call in the event of any outages or emergencies. Online bill pay systems will still be available. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday. Have a wonderful weekend!
Join Mid-South Synergy and KBTX as we help families in our community at this year’s Food for Families Food Drive. Stop by our Navasota office on Wednesday, December 7th to drop off your donations. All donations will help families in our county through the Brazos Valley Food Bank. Together, we can make a difference!
We have received information that members have received phone calls stating that Mid-South Synergy meter technicians are at their residence about to pull the meter if immediate payment is not made. WE DO NOT DO THIS! If you receive a phone call from people claiming to be Mid-South Synergy employees, and are hesitant, please call us immediately at 936-825-5100 or 1-888-525-6677 to verify. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Mid-South Synergy is honored to be named a 5 Star Cooperative by NRECA and the Co-ops Vote campaign. Mid-South GM/CEO Kerry Kelton is proud to have members like you who want to help cooperatives everywhere to have a voice in Washington! Thank you to our amazing employees and members for signing up to take the pledge to be a co-op voter. Visit www.mssvotes.coopto learn more today!
Mid-South Synergy Implements Mandatory Water Use Restriction for Crown Ranch Water System
Mid-South Synergy Water Resources has activated Stage IV of our Water Conservation Drought Contingency Plan. Due to an emergency water well failure, Mid-South Synergy Water Resources is implementing a mandatory water use restriction affecting all water members within our system effective immediately. This plan calls for the following mandatory restrictions:
- All outdoor use of water is prohibited
- Irrigation of landscaped areas is absolutely prohibited
- Use of water to wash any motor vehicle, motorbike, boat, trailer, airplane, or other vehicle is absolutely prohibited
Public Notice to Boil Water