Left to right: Pine Tree ISD Assistant Superintendent of Facilities and Planning Tony Hollins, School Board Members Secretary Jim Cerrato; Dr. Melanie Roudkovski; Superintendent Steve Clugston; Vice President Anthony Tanner; Dr. Kerri Daugbjerg; Adam Graves, SWEPCO’s Mike Nix and George LePoris of CLEAResult. Photo by Chelsea Franklin
SWEPCO on Monday awarded Pine Tree ISD School Board with $110,392.25 in incentives for two energy-saving projects made within the district.
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Pictured left to right: Bossier Civic Center Superintendent of Building Maintenance Louie Thompson, SWEPCO’s Principal Energy Efficiency and Consumer Program Coordinator Jeff Thigpen, SWEPCO’s External Affairs Manager Michael Corbin, Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker and Bossier Civic Center Executive Director Kathy Davis
The Bossier Civic Center, located at 620 Benton Road, now features high-efficiency light-emitting diode (LED) lights both inside and outside the facility.
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DSS Jimmy Bristow, CSAR Principle Paul Knowles, Gillham Fire Dept. Chief Marc Rosson, Gillham City Council Member Jayne Cole, Gillham Assistant Fire Chief & City Council Member Karen Russell and External Affairs Manager Jennifer Harland
When Gillham Volunteer Fire Department Chief Marc Rosson had a need, he went to SWEPCO.com to find an answer.
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Ninety employees of Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO), an AEP company, are heading to Georgia in preparation for Hurricane Michael. Georgia Power asked for assistance from SWEPCO crews after the hurricane makes landfall.
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Thirteen SWEPCO employees and family members joined other volunteers to build a home with the Northeast Texas Habitat for Humanity this weekend.
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Visiting the Gentry Fire Station No. 2 and a new helipad site are (left to right) Firefighter Jeff Parks, Flint Creek Power Plant Manager Carl Handley, Gentry Fire Chief Vester Cripps, Firefighter Charlie Kelm, Gentry Mayor Kevin Johnston and SWEPCO External Affairs Manager Jeff Milford. SWEPCO’s Flint Creek Power Plant is in the background.
The Gentry (Ark.) Fire Department will soon add a helipad to its Fire Station No. 2 on land donated by SWEPCO, which co-owns and operates the nearby Flint Creek Power Plant.
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Robert “The Light Man” Wilson, July 2017. Photo by Tye Jackson.
For 36 years, Robert Wilson worked as the single troubleman for Ashdown, Ark., earning him the name “The Light Man” by the town’s residents.
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