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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Stefan Urion (middle), distribution risk and reliability manager, talks with Bossier City residents about reliability improvements for their neighborhood.
More than 45 South Bossier City neighbors attended a SWEPCO Open House Thursday afternoon at Elm Grove Middle School to learn about electric reliability improvements for the Shady Grove, Sun City, Savannah Place and Bellaire neighborhoods.
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Come learn how the improvements we’re making today will increase reliability in South Bossier, Louisiana.
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Flint Creek Power Plant in Gentry, Ark., has been awarded Conservation Certification by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) in recognition of the plant’s commitment to environmental stewardship.
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