SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER 2014
VOLUME 7 ISSUE 5
When you think about the English language, it’s amazing how certain words can take on so many different meanings. Consider, for example, the word “bonds.” In school, bonds were something we learned about in chemistry class. But now that I am a grandpa, again, I’m often reminded that bonds are much more than something that simply links two atoms together. The bonds between a mother, father and child, or grandmother and grandchild, is something truly fascinating to witness.
Whether celebrating decades of working at NPPD or securing just a handful of years under their belts to date, a few things are clear: NPPD teammates have great career ambitions, personal connections, and an invested interest when it comes to public power in Nebraska. Read on for unique viewpoints regarding working in the public power industry from teammates with varying years of service.
Cooper Nuclear Station Emergency Preparedness Manager Meshelle Ferguson explains how the plant is prepared 24/7 to combat any emergency.
Talking to a child about bullying may be difficult. Learn how to approach the subject in a positive and constructive manner.