The take-over date of Worthington’s Blue Line Travel Center has been delayed, Cooperative Energy Co. announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Cooperative Energy is in the process of taking over Blue Line Travel Center in Worthington, and its takeover date had been scheduled for Wednesday. A Cooperative Energy Facebook post on Tuesday afternoon, however, noted that “due to unforeseen circumstances, we will be pushing back our take over date from Dec. 29 to Feb. 8, 2022.”
The new Cooperative Energy location will be known as “Blue Line Junction” and will be the seventh convenience store added to the Cooperative Energy Company family. The others are Jackrabbit Junction in Sibley, Iowa; Boji Junction in Milford, Iowa; Interstate Cenex in Worthington; Hartley Junction in Hartley, Iowa; Junction 86 in Lakefield; and Wildkat Junction in Larchwood, Iowa.
Cooperative Energy also has service centers in Sibley, Rock Rapids, Hartley and George, Iowa as well as Lakefield; and cardtrol pumps in Ashton, Iowa; Ellsworth; Fulda; George; Harris, Hartley, Lake Park, Little Rock, Melvin, Ocheyedan; and Rock Rapids, Iowa; Rushmore; and Spencer, Iowa.