A line of severe thunderstorms packing strong winds, heavy rains and lightning struck Louisiana Monday, knocking out power to more than 37,500 customers at its peak. The storms hit North Louisiana the hardest. As of 6 p.m. Monday, June 24, approximately 5,950 customers in northern Louisiana remain without power.
It’s not every day a salesman buys someone a new pair of tires. But that’s exactly what Thomas Roque recently did for an elderly woman who couldn’t afford the estimate a local tire and auto repair shop provided her.
Lake Charles Power Station manager included in Thrive magazine’s ‘Thirteen Thriving 30-Somethings.’
Entergy equips meter service trucks with automated external defibrillators to enhance first-aid capabilities.
It’s 110 degrees in the shade! In the South, temperatures can reach potentially dangerous levels for anyone working outside or spending time outdoors.
It’s been nearly 20 years since Entergy’s former CEO, the late Wayne Leonard, saw the critical need for businesses to support childhood education programs and organizations. Through an economic study, we found that every dollar spent on high-quality early childhood education returns $9 in benefits to society.
Employees participated in more than 40 planned events across our four-state system and logged 4,280 volunteer service hours throughout the month of April.
Our work goes far beyond keeping the lights on and the natural gas flowing, as we have for more than a century.
Entergy Louisiana workers expect to have power restored to all customers who can accept it by Monday afternoon.