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Entergy Texas encourages their customers to keep the holidays jolly by putting safety at the top of your to-do list, company spokesperson Kacee Kirschvink said in a release.

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Vernon Pierce and Sallie Ranier

Residents returning to their flooded homes and normal routines have been asking why their electric bills have spiked post-Harvey.

Port Neches resident Kirk Hinson didn’t understand why his electric bill jumped from an average of $75 for the last eight months to a whopping $651.70 for the month of October.

He’s not the only one whose bills spiked after Hurricane Harvey.

Kandis Voth, who lives in Silsbee, owes $1,225.60 for October, only $31.54 of which is past due. 

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Con artists are using old tricks to target businesses across Southeast Texas, Entergy spokesperson Andy Schonert warned consumers in a statement Feb. 2.

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Dan Maher, executive director of the Southeast Texas Food Bank, and Donald Stagg

The Southeast Texas Food Bank received donations from Entergy and the 4H Club on Saturday, Oct. 8.

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Entergy Storm Ready

News release from Entergy Texas from March 14:

Last week’s rains have become this week’s floods and personnel with Entergy Texas, Inc. are hard at work to ensure evacuees and other Southeast Texans will have safe and reliable power as the event unfolds.

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Air Liquide in Port Neches

An international company has strengthened its role as a key player in Southeast Texas’ economic base with the recent addition of a new air separation plant in Port Neches. Air Liquide operates a series of industrial gas plants and pipelines along the Gulf Coast.

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When Clark Griswold sets out to create a festive holiday atmosphere in the movie classic “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” all havoc breaks loose. He staples his sleeve to the gutter, loses his balance on the ladder, slides off the roof and can’t get the 25,000 twinkling lights to work because of faulty wiring. Once the lights do work, he causes a power outage because of the amount of electricity they use.

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Entergy logo

The Beaumont City Council unanimously denied an Entergy Texas Inc.

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Rita struck in the dead of night Sept. 24, 2005, shrouded in darkness that would perpetuate in Southeast Texas for what felt like an eternity when hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses went lights-out.

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The month of June is traditionally known for weddings, school vacations and the official start of summer. There’s much to celebrate, but there’s also something to prepare for: Monday, June 1, was the official start of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season.

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