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The Croatian-born inventor contributed to the development of the alternating-current electrical system.

John Northern Honored as Saints Pipeman of the Game

Entergy Louisiana pipeman first class John Northern was honored as the Saints Pipeman of the Game.

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Entergy workers replace copper electrical wire with aluminum to improve safety and reliability.

Bastrop Lineman Honored as Saints Lineman of the Game

The New Orleans Saints honored Entergy Louisiana senior lineman Kevin Modica of Bastrop as Lineman of the Game on Oct. 16.

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Entergy Louisiana President/CEO Phillip May discusses the Baton Rouge Green Park initiative that provides electric vehicle charging stations downtown.

Entergy Louisiana Catapults Green Parking in Downtown Baton Rouge

With a $75,000 sponsorship grant and a quick drive in an electric car with the Baton Rouge mayor, Entergy Louisiana President and CEO Phillip May kicked off the Green Park Baton Rouge program in the North Boulevard Town Square this week.

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Entergy Chairman & CEO Leo Denault

Entergy Recognized for Powering Life with Sustainable Business Practices, Strategies

Dow Jones Sustainability Index recognizes company’s effective economic, environmental and social goals and accomplishments.

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Employees work alongside the Salvation Army to Stuff the Bus
Entergy’s results reflect our longtime voluntary commitment to reduce CO2 emissions.

Bringing History to Life…or More than a Decent Docent

Entergy Mississippi retiree volunteers his time as a historical tour guide

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Parent Power

Entergy Mississippi Employee Selected as District Parent of the Year

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Baxter Wilson Employees Spruce up Family Shelter

More than 20 employees from Baxter Wilson Plant in Vicksburg, Mississippi, spent time renovating an abandoned hotel to become the Lifting Lives Family Shelter.

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Rex Brown Employees Help Third Graders Improve Reading Skills

“Instructors and students alike looked forward to the visits,” said Bryan. “These bright and enthusiastic students were extremely appreciative of the one-on-one instruction.”

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Gerald Andrus Teamwork Makes Dreams Work

Employees from Gerald Andrus plant in Greenville, Mississippi, recently teamed up to make dreams come true for a local resident.

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Power Grid Upkeep Vital to Communities

What do a closed bridge, boil water notice and pothole have to do with electricity? A lot more than you may think. Infrastructure improvement is largely unseen and not exciting…but one of the most important things a community can do.

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Charles Hall Honored with Presidential Lifesaving Award

Hall credits Entergy safety training for helping to save child’s life

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Porter receives Presidential Lifesaving Award

Employee honored for saving a restaurant patron’s life

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Solar Success: Entergy Mississippi Solar Stations are Powering Life

All three sites are now online and generating power!

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Entergy Breaks Ground on New Barfield Training Substation

“Dub Sub” will offer cross-functional, hands-on learning opportunities

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Photo by Robert Chapman

Clinton High School Students Get Engineering Insight into Continental Tire

Continental Tire is the fourth-largest tire manufacturer in the world, and the plant in Hinds County eventually will employ 2,500 people with an average salary of $40,000.

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Entergy Mississippi Adds 13 Linemen to its Ranks

Entergy Mississippi has 13 new linemen out in the field, and Entergy Louisiana has added one to its ranks, thanks to the most recent Lineman’s Boot Camp graduation.

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Charles Rubenstein, IEEE; Jim Jefferies, IEEE; Chan Wong, Entergy; Derald Morgan, IEEE; Cat Wong, Entergy; Francis Grosz, IEEE; and Wanda Reder, IEEE.

#WePowerLife

Circuits deliver power by making connections. At Entergy, we believe the same is true about our community partners. We are proud to power life in our communities with partners who connect those in need to critical services and resources.

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Two Entergy Mississippi Employees Save a Life

“Steve and Don set a high bar for us all,” said Entergy Mississippi President and CEO Haley Fisackerly. “It says a lot about us as a company that we train our employees to notice signs and act when needed."

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A Note from Charles Rice

We're committed to powering a thriving New Orleans and to providing you with safe, clean, reliable and affordable power. To ensure we can do that now and into the future, we continually evaluate our existing resources and upgrade them when it makes economic sense.

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Feeding the Soul and Body

Eric Luttrell, storekeeper, grew up around Entergy. Doing so not only influenced his career path, it also gave him the name of his catering side project, Little Diamond’s.

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A Conversation with Entergy’s Performance Improvement Manager at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station

Paul Salgado is the performance improvement manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.

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Entergy Mississippi Offers Customers Free Help with Taxes

Qualified families may use the services of any of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites, which are certified to provide free tax preparation.

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Entergy Mississippi Proud to be a Part of the Continental Tire Recruiting Team

Think the only job a utility has is to keep the lights on? Think again.

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February Ushers in Lower Rates for Entergy Mississippi Customers

With $6.80 decrease, bills are more than 22 percent below the national average

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Entergy Louisiana Flood Preparations

At Entergy Louisiana we continuously monitor the weather and its residual effects to protect the public, the safety of our workers and the integrity of our system.

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Entergy Mississippi Flood Preparation

At Entergy Mississippi, a team has been assembled to assess the forecast and plan for worst-case scenarios. This team is actively working on plans to protect our employees, the public and critical equipment.

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Entergy Mississippi 2015 Year-end Recap

We’ve made tremendous strides toward making Entergy Mississippi, Inc. a better place for our customers, communities, employees and owners.

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Pictured is a ductile iron pole installed at the Seagrass Beach community on Bolivar Peninsula.
Hot Spring Energy Facility employees drop in on Mrs. Kandy Spurlin’s seventh-grade science class at Ouachita High School.

Veterans Spotlight: Mark Butler & Ronald Hale

In celebration of Veterans Week, we feature two Entergy Texas employees who served in the military.

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Veterans Spotlight: Wade Anderson

In celebration of Veterans Week, today we feature a Louisiana employee who served in the military.

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Caster in Afghanistan, taken on the road from Kabul to Jalalabad.

Entergy Nuclear Veteran Spotlight: Michael Caster

Michael Caster served in the U.S. Army National Guard for 11 years as an infantryman and sniper team leader/employment officer. He joined Entergy in 2002.

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Wright on board the U.S.S. Dallas SSN-700 in 1990.

Entergy Nuclear Veteran Spotlight: Michael Wright

Michael Wright served in the U.S. Navy for 6 years and the New York Army National Guard for 17 years, retiring as a Sergeant First Class. He began working at Indian Point Energy Center in 1992.

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Veterans Spotlight: Rock Ingram & Wilbert Corley

In celebration of Veterans Week, we recognize two Entergy Mississippi employees.

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Entergy Texas President and CEO Sallie Rainer takes time during ceremony to meet with families of graduates.
Rodriguez with her nephew during her 2011 deployment aboard the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77).

Entergy Nuclear Veteran Spotlight: Amber Rodriguez

Amber Rodriguez served in the Navy as a nuclear electronics technician for 8 years. She joined Entergy in 2014 and is a maintenance coordinator at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.

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Dickson prior to assuming command in Schweinfurt, Germany. He was the Training Officer for 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division. He was responsible for scheduling and coordinating the training needs of more than 3,000 soldiers.

Entergy Nuclear Veteran Spotlight: Ezell Dickson

Ezell Dickson served in the U.S. Army for 11 years in several areas including scout platoon leader, mortar platoon leader, training officer and company commander.

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Veterans Spotlight: Larry Gilbert & Roy Branscum

In celebration of Veterans Week, today we feature Larry Gilbert who is an Entergy employee at our White Bluff plant in Arkansas.

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Celebrating Veterans Day with Week-Long Employee Spotlights

To honor the many Entergy employees who served our country, we are spotlighting some of them throughout the next week as we celebrate Veterans Day.

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Sir Saint and the Saintsations join Entergy Mississippi's Darron Case in congratulating Ray Vaughn, Lineman of the Game, for the Nov. 1 Saints-Giants game at the Superdome.

It was ‘All Saints Day’ at the Superdome, and Ray Vaughn was Lineman of the Game!

Sunday, Nov. 1 was a historic day in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and Entergy Mississippi’s Ray Vaughn was there to take it all in.

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Entergy Texas linemen demonstrate Arcs n’ Spark for City of Beaumont employees.
In addition to protecting biodiversity, the volunteer project provided an opportunity to strengthen ties between Entergy team members.

Entergy Mississippi Employee Wins President’s Lifesaving Award

Entergy Mississippi Lineman Mark Whitworth doesn’t see his lifesaving actions as anything special, but it takes someone special to do what he did.

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Company Supports Fair Net Metering Rule

We believe our customers should have the choice to self-generate electricity from renewable resources, as well as the ability to provide excess energy to the distribution grid, just as they do today.

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It's been 10 years since Hurricane Rita hit, but Keith Coleman, senior engineering assistant in Lake Charles, remembers it well.

Powering Through: Entergy's Rita Stories

This article is one in a series that tells the stories of Entergy employees or retirees and their experiences during the Hurricane Rita restoration.It has been 10 years since Hurricane Rita changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Keith Coleman, senior engineering assistant in Lake Charles, remembers it well. Here’s his story.

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A special thank you to our Entergy volunteers who made a difference at the museum.

Entergy Employees Help to ‘Fix-up’ Mississippi Children's Museum

Almost 25 Entergy employees volunteered on Sept. 8 to help beautify the museum.

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Blake Hogue, Charles Conerly, Curtis Bogan, Bryan, Van Bunch and Matthew Sanders delivered the supplies collected by employees in and around Vicksburg. 

Employees Provide School Supplies to Watkins Elementary

The employees raised $1,000 of money and school supply donations for students.

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Dan Sund receives the President’s Life Saving Award.

Entergy Mississippi Employee Saves Life with Heimlich Maneuver

For his efforts, Sund received the President’s Life Saving Award. Entergy Mississippi President and CEO Haley Fisackerly presented the award to Sund at the September Health and Safety Advisory Board meeting.

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WATCH: Entergy CEO Appears on CNBC's Power Lunch

On Friday, Aug. 28, one day before the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, Chairman and CEO Leo Denault spoke with CNBC's Melissa Lee.

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Everyone loves a great comeback story …

We always say that we are more than a power company – that what we do powers the lives of the people we serve. This was never clearer than in the days after Hurricane Katrina when people couldn’t come home, schools and grocery stores couldn’t open, gas stations couldn’t run – nothing could happen until the power came back on.

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Kenny Labat, far left, was part of the crew that restored power to metro New Orleans following Katrina. His twin brother Keith still works for Entergy New Orleans and was instrumental in restoring power to the Central Business District and French Quarter.

Powering Through: Entergy’s Katrina Stories

It has been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Kenny Labat, former operations coordinator, who has since retired from the company, remembers it well. Here’s his story.

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“We’re encouraged that natural disasters can and will be overcome by the human spirit. We know the dedication, energy and passion we’ve seen in our company and our state can fuel a brighter future for Mississippi.”

Powering Through: My Katrina Story -- Haley Fisackerly, Entergy Mississippi president and CEO

This article is one in a series that tells the stories of Entergy employees and their experiences during the Hurricane Katrina restoration.

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Entergy Mississippi Finds ‘Jobs for Youths’

This summer, Entergy Mississippi introduced four high school students to what their future could look like with the “Jobs for Youths” high school internship pilot.

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Jallans, left, and Cook found the switching board they saved from the old Chalmette office invaluable during restoration.

Powering Through: Entergy’s Katrina Stories

It has been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Glenn Jallans, former line supervisor, and David Cook, former senior engineer, both of whom are now retired from the company, remember it well. Here’s their story.

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“Our employees had to step up quickly and lead. Nearly everyone had to take on a different role to get that restoration done. We can do great things when faced with adversity.” — Robbin Jeter, Vice President of Customer Service, Entergy Mississippi, Inc.

Powering Through: Entergy's Katrina Stories: Robbin Jeter, Vice President of Customer Service, Entergy Mississippi, Inc.

This article is one in a series that tells the stories of Entergy employees and their experiences during the Hurricane Katrina restoration.

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“In my heart, New Orleans will always be home to me, but I’ve used the experience as a stepping stone.” — Chiquentia Jenkins, customer contact representative, lead

Powering Through: Entergy’s Katrina Stories -- Chiquentia Jenkins, Customer Contact Representative, Lead

This article is one in a series that tells the stories of Entergy employees and their experiences during the Hurricane Katrina restoration.

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Getting a ‘JumpStart’ into Entergy

Entergy Mississippi recently hosted almost 30 co-ops and interns for a networking lunch.

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Drones Added to Arsenal of Transmission Trouble-shooters

Drones can fly right up to the equipment on the top of a transmission tower and capture high-resolution images that can be viewed on the spot by someone on the ground or viewed later as a movie.

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Members of the TexasOne delegation pictured on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. On July 14, Gov. Abbott rang the NYSE bell to open trading.

Entergy Texas has an Empire State of Mind

Did you know that the Port of Beaumont is the fourth largest seaport in the United States in terms of tonnage processed? If not, the Entergy Texas economic development team has made it their mission to ensure that people do.

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Solar panels are installed at the DeSoto County site

Burnin' Daylight: Entergy Mississippi solar sites are making progress

Subject matter expert Aaron Hill shares the latest news about Entergy Mississippi's Bright Future solar pilot project.

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If You Can’t Take the Heat…

If you have to be out in the heat, follow these tips to keep yourself safe.

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Vegetation management operations coordinators Chris Millay, Robert Rowlette, John Everitt and Jared Rumfelt. Operations coordinator Adam Zomant shot the picture.
Back row: Curt Clavier, Matt Hazlett, Kevin Willis, Kim Landry, Clay Bray, Curtis Navis. Front row: Brandon Puig, Lonnie Hamilton, Christian Gioia, Tim Melerine. Not pictured: Craig Canepa, Jack Woodruff, Chris Powell, Rusty Vollentine, Kevin Robinson.

Video: Rod West Speaks at TEDx New Orleans

TEDx New Orleans invited Rod West, executive vice president and CAO of Entergy, to share his experience during Hurricane Katrina and his overseeing of the $600 million reconstruction of the city.

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(l to r): Joel Threadgill, 1st class serviceman, Jason Orlando, 4th class lineman, Britt McCormick, 1st class serviceman and Gus Gutierrez, 1st class serviceman.
Entergy Arkansas' Bobby Pharr

Trees, power lines and Mother Nature don’t always get along

If you live in Baton Rouge and feel like there have been a lot of storms this year, you’re right!

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Gerald Andrus volunteers made home improvements for a local resident (in blue shirt) as part of a United Way community initiative.

Safety Training Saves Lives

It was a warm spring night in West Monroe, Louisiana. Entergy employee Ronnie Sanderson and his son, Tyler, were getting ready for some father-son time. They’d registered to participate in a fishing tournament, set to begin the following morning.

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Utility Foreman Louis Louvier

Entergy Texas Utility Foreman Louis Louvier on Putting Safety First

First in series of articles where employees discuss how this priority will allow the company to reach 3 million man hours without a lost-lime accidentBy Phallan K. Davis

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Celebrate Earth Week by Dedicating a Tree in the Sandyland Sanctuary

Nature lovers are invited to dedicate a tree in the Big Thicket's Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary in honor or memory of a special someone.

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Courtesy of Entergy

Denault Welcomes National Key Accounts Customers to EEI Event

The semi-annual EEI workshop helps national, chain and multisite energy users discuss their energy-related needs.

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Forbes Interview Discusses Our Integrated Report

VP of Integrated Communications, Kelle Barfield, spoke with Forbes reporter Christopher Skroupa about Entergy’s objectives in the release.

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Putting down Roots for the Future of the Cache River

Entergy awarded The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas a $125,000 reforestation grant which 20 employees kicked off, planting the first 2,000 willow oak, bitter pecan, Nuttall oak and black gum seedlings.

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Putting down Roots for the Future of the Cache River

The grant supports reforesting 400 acres with 160,000 saplings.

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Re-Designed Digital Newsroom Launches

New digital newsroom marks Entergy's entrance into the blogosphere.

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March Winter Storm Restoration Complete in Less than Two Days

Workers performed accident-free, without recording an injury

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