After years of regular mammograms, Shreveport mom discovers she has three tumors
Suzanne Western has always been diligent when it comes to mammograms.
After losing a grandmother to breast cancer and seeing her aunt battle the disease, she’s always known the importance of keeping regular appointments for early detection. But it would be her own experience that would show her self-exams are equally as important.
In June 2013, only a month after a mammogram, Western found a knot in her left breast.
She had been getting ready for her first day back to work in fleet services in Shreveport following a summer vacation when she felt it while rubbing lotion on a sunburn.
Crews are storm hardening the power grid to better withstand harsh weather. They’re also trimming more trees away from power lines after more than 70 inches of rainfall between last September and June spurred vegetation growth.
Watch as Distribution System Inspector Sr. Philip Johnson details these and other ongoing projects in East Texas.
Hybrid water heaters have heat pump technology to transfer heat from the surrounding air to the water in its tank. This process uses less energy than generating heat, saving you money! Learn more about the benefits of hybrid water heaters and other efficient appliances at SWEPCO.com/Appliances.
As temperatures climb this week in the Ark-La-Tex, so will energy use. In addition to encouraging you and your family to stay hydrated, we also want to share with you some tips on how you can conserve energy and keep your electric bill in check.
SWEPCO is planning to put more wind
energy to work for customers.
In a proposal recently filed with
utility regulators, SWEPCO is asking for approval to add 810 megawatts (MW) of wind
energy by 2022. This
proposal supports SWEPCO’s long-term plan of significantly increasing
its use of more environmentally friendly energy sources such as wind and solar.