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Sgt. Stephanie Davis is a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety.

'Five Questions' with Sgt. Stephanie Davis, Texas DPS, on Being Storm Ready

Today we're joined by Sgt. Stephanie Davis, a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). For the past few years, representatives from the department's Division of Emergency Management have taken part in Entergy Texas' storm exercises.

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Veterans attend the Fireteam Foundation's finance class at Conroe Police Department.

Investing in our Country

Veterans who spent years defending America are learning to protect their own financial freedoms through a program funded in part by Entergy.

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Power Principles: A Conversation with Melissa Bochat

Melissa Bochat is a community development program representative for Entergy Texas and has been with the Entergy family for almost nine years.

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From left: Pamela Williams, Entergy Texas customer service representative; Carlos Aviles, City of Beaumont roadway designer; and Vernon Pierce, Entergy Texas vice president of customer service.

Entergy Donation Brings LED Streetlights to Beaumont

Entergy's CitySmart Program provides incentives to municipalities, schools and other entities to increase energy efficiency.

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Photo of James’ family: (standing left to right) son, Ethan, daughter-in-law, Jaci, daughters, Chrissy and Mel, daughter-in-law, Courtney and son, Billy; (sitting left to right) James holding grandchildren, Dawson and Cheyenne, and James' wife Ellen holdi

On the Home Front: Entergy Texas Employees Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity Build

Just for the day, a group of Entergy employees stepped away from their computers for a different type of hardware – hammers, nails and table saws – to help recently with a Habitat for Humanity home build in Beaumont. Employees installed hurricane clips inside the house, and the siding and shingles on two sheds. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that builds 3 and 4 bedroom affordable homes for low-income families.

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Entergy Texas’s Willis Food Fair Returns for the Fifth Year to Help Families in Need

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, Entergy Texas did its part to ensure families had what they need to celebrate and enjoy the day.

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Pictured (l to r): Doug McCormick, Entergy Texas customer service representative; Sallie Rainer, Entergy Texas president and CEO; Dr. Stephen C. Head, LSC chancellor and Amos McDonald, LSC vice chancellor of government and public relations.
Members of the chamber's ambassadors, along with Entergy personnel who work at the Port Arthur Service Center, gathered near trucks in the yard for a photograph.
Pictured is a ductile iron pole installed at the Seagrass Beach community on Bolivar Peninsula.

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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Entergy Texas President and CEO Sallie Rainer takes time during ceremony to meet with families of graduates.
Entergy Texas linemen demonstrate Arcs n’ Spark for City of Beaumont employees.
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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(l to r): Joel Threadgill, 1st class serviceman, Jason Orlando, 4th class lineman, Britt McCormick, 1st class serviceman and Gus Gutierrez, 1st class serviceman.
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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Workers are continuing to make repairs to areas where persistent heavy rains have caused the dam's soil to become saturated to the point of sloughing off.
Lewis Creek Dam: Area of Concern

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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Arcs & Sparks Demo

Entergy Texas lineman demonstrates the dangers of downed power lines.

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Arcs & Sparks Demo in Texas

Linemen show the dangers of downed power lines

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Re-Designed Digital Newsroom Launches

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

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ANIMATION: Restoring Power After Severe Weather

When a storm passes, Entergy personnel must assess damage to electric equipment and facilities to determine corrective actions.

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