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NIPSCO Alerts Customers of Bill Payment Scams

January 14, 2015
NIPSCO Alerts Customers of Bill Payment Scams

Most commonly, impersonators claiming to be NIPSCO employees are calling to inform customers of a delinquent bill and requesting that immediate payment be made to avoid being shut off. If customers are unsure about the legitimacy of any e-mail, phone call, program or offer claiming to be affiliated with NIPSCO, please call NIPSCO’s 24-Hour...
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NIPSCO Warns of Phone Scam

January 9, 2015
NIPSCO Warns of Phone Scam

NIPSCO officials are alerting customers of an increase in bill payment scams. Scammers impersonating NIPSCO employees made telephone calls to inform customers of a delinquent bill and then requested that an immediate payment be made to avoid service being shut off. If customers are unsure about the legitimacy of any e-mail, phone call, program...
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County Police Investigate Thefts from Businesses

July 15, 2014
County Police Investigate Thefts from Businesses

  Officers with the Marshall County Police Department are investigating a couple of burglaries. On Thursday, July 10th Officer Matt Brown was dispatched to the NIPSOC Substation at 18881 15th Road for the report of a theft. Sometime between Monday, June 30th and Wednesday, July 9th unknown persons gained entry onto the NIPSCO Substation...
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April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

April 7, 2014
April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

With April marking National Safe Digging Month and the start of many outdoor projects, NIPSCO urges residents and businesses to help protect the public from serious risk or injury by calling 811 two business days before starting any digging project to have underground utility lines marked. In addition to the risk of serious injury,...
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April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

April 5, 2014
April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

With April marking National Safe Digging Month and the start of many outdoor projects, NIPSCO urges residents and businesses to help protect the public from serious risk or injury by calling 811 two business days before starting any digging project to have underground utility lines marked. In addition to the risk of serious injury,...
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January Temperatures Bring Higher than Projected Natural Gas Bills

February 7, 2014
January Temperatures Bring Higher than Projected Natural Gas Bills

    02/10/14 The average temperatures across northern Indiana during January were 39 percent colder than last year – 17 degrees versus 28 degrees in January 2013 –resulting in consumption for the average residential natural gas customer increasing by 34 percent compared to last year.   Given the extreme weather conditions, the average natural...
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Firefighters Called to NIPSCO Substation for Power Outage

January 9, 2014
Firefighters Called to NIPSCO Substation for Power Outage

  01/10/14 NIPSCO experienced an equipment failure Thursday morning beginning at 8:30 at the substation on Lake Avenue in Plymouth.  Many customers in the Plymouth area experienced a power glitch that caused a loss of electricity for a few seconds while as many as 1,400 NIPSCO customers in the Culver, Burr Oak, Tyner, Walkerton...
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Applications for Heating Season Bill Payment Help Begin Monday

October 31, 2013
Applications for Heating Season Bill Payment Help Begin Monday

  11/01/13  Enrollment for federal heating bill assistance programs for low-income households begins on Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) helps connect customers in need with federal and local assistance programs. “While temperatures can be unpredictable, payment assistance programs help provide our customers experiencing financial difficulties with a sense of...
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Start of Home Heating Season Emphasizes Importance of Carbon Monoxide Safety

October 28, 2013
Start of Home Heating Season Emphasizes Importance of Carbon Monoxide Safety

  10/29/13 With colder temperatures returning and furnaces clicking on, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) reminds customers to be aware of the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, non-corrosive gas and a by-product of the combustion of fuels such as coal, wood, charcoal, natural gas and...
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Local Farmer Voices Concern on NIPSCO

September 17, 2013
Local Farmer Voices Concern on NIPSCO

  09/18/13 Local farmer, Robin Roberts appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday with his concerns on the Reynolds to Topeka NIPSCO power line project.  He said he has contacted the Lt. Governor, US Senator Donnelly’s Office, Congressman Jackie Walorski, and State Representative Tim Harman to get the legislative involved. Roberts, a delegate to...
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