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Near Morrilton on May 27.
Near Morrilton on May 27.
Insights > Storms
Company Responds to Arkansas River Flooding; Outages Minimal
05/29/2019

As the Arkansas River reaches record high levels this week, Entergy Arkansas is responding with measures to protect both people and equipment in flooded areas along the river.

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Insights > Giving Back
Entergy Grant Helping New Orleanians Geaux Green, Mitigate Flooding
04/23/2019

Entergy’s shareholders have contributed $150,000 to ensure the continued success of Green Light New Orleans’ one-of-a-kind rain barrel program.

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A group of employees and retirees who worked during the Easter Flood of 1979 gather at the Northeast Jackson Substation where a marker indicates how high the water level rose at that facility. From left Ed Smith, senior customer service representative, meter reading operations, Bob Hawkins, retiree, Louis Wright, customer service representative, Ken Coleman, retiree, Bill Bailey, serviceman, Darek Ashley, operations coordinator, and Don Meiners, retiree.
A group of employees and retirees who worked during the Easter Flood of 1979 gather at the Northeast Jackson Substation where a marker indicates how high the water level rose at that facility. From left Ed Smith, senior customer service representative, meter reading operations, Bob Hawkins, retiree, Louis Wright, customer service representative, Ken Coleman, retiree, Bill Bailey, serviceman, Darek Ashley, operations coordinator, and Don Meiners, retiree.
Insights > People Power
Remembering the Easter Flood of 1979
04/15/2019

The devastating Easter Flood of 1979 is an unforgettable part of Jackson, Mississippi’s history. The Pearl River crested and flooded the city’s downtown that April. As expected, the community rose above the devastation. And Entergy, then Mississippi Power & Light, employees were there, fighting to protect the community’s electric power supply. Now 40 years later, some of our employees and retirees still remember the damage and how they pulled together to maintain service to customers.

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Insights > Giving Back, Storms
How One Family Weathered A Challenging Year Following Harvey Floods
08/29/2018

When floodwaters began rising in their neighborhood in Orange, Texas, Jessica and Aceson Holmes safely moved their pets and vehicles to higher ground and evacuated before the worst of Hurricane Harvey’s rains arrived. Over the next few days, the water reached 5 feet in their house and 6 feet in their barn as Adams Bayou swelled over its banks.

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