News and Information

Four local high school juniors and two area chaperones will represent Lynches River Electric Cooperative June 11-16 at the 2016 Washington Youth Tour.


America's electric cooperatives have designated the second Monday of April as National Lineman Appreciation Day.


WIRE offers ladies a $2,500 scholarship. Ladies, did you want to go to college but "life got in the way"? If so, WIRE is here to help.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative will award an expense-paid week in Washington, D.C. to four high school juniors. Students do not have to receive power from Lynches River to apply, but must live within Lynches River's service area. This year's tour is June 11-16.


Members share memories of their lives before and after electricity.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative announces the 75th Annual Meeting of Members Saturday, Oct. 18 at the co-op's facility in Pageland. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and will continue until 11 a.m. The business meeting will start at 11:30 a.m.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative will award an expense-paid week in Washington, D.C. to four high school juniors. Students do not have to receive power from Lynches River to apply. This year's tour is June 14-19.


Weather is the single biggest driver of power bills.


The Lynches River Electric Cooperative Chapter of Women Involved in Rural Electrification (WIRE) will host their annual holiday meeting Tuesday, Nov. 26 at Home Place Bed & Breakfast.


Challenger Harold F. Gardner unseated incumbent Daryl Faulkenberry at Lynches River Electric Cooperative's annual meeting Saturday, Oct. 19.


The Lynches River Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting of Members will be held Saturday, Oct. 19 at the cooperative office 707 S. Arant St., Pageland, S.C.


Above and Beyond

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Electric co-op membership offers value far beyond affordable, reliable electricity.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative members are being warned about bad guys calling co-op members, claiming they need to make an immediate payment with a money card or risk disconnection.


Local massage therapist, Angela Lockhart, will discuss the merits of massage at the WIRE quarterly meeting.


NRECA launches new video, "Powering the American Spirit," as part of a grass roots effort to influence pending climate change regulations.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative cautions do-it-yourself homeowners to follow electrical safety recommendations from Electrical Safety Foundation International.


Lynches River Electric Cooperative joins the state and nation in recognizing our amazing linemen on National Lineman Appreciation Day.


Applications are being taken for a $2,500 scholarship for women awarded annually by WIRE, a community service organization affiliated with electric co-ops in South Carolina.


Two vacation homes on Lake Wateree served by Lynches River Electric Cooperative were broken into between 12 noon and 12 midnight Wednesday. After removing the meter bases to cut power to security alarms, burglars broke doors to gain access to the homes.


Four lucky rising seniors will have the opportunity to experience "the trip of a lifetime." Tour dates are June 15-20.


 
 
 

Lynches River is always Looking Out For You, and to do so we have several methods you can use to contact our office.

By Phone:

Our Toll-Free number is: 1.800.922.3486
Local contact number is: 1.843.672.6111

For Outage Calls:

Our outage calls are handled by our Automated Outage Reporting System. You can reach it by dialing 1.843.675.LREC (5732) or 1.866.675.LREC (5732). Your outage will be recorded and servicemen will be immediately dispatched to restore the power as quickly as possible. Please make sure that your phone number is correctly on record.

Remote Payment Sites:

To see all of our Remote Payment Sites, click here.

By Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 308
Pageland, SC 29728

In Person:

707 South Arant Street
Pageland, SC 29728 

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