Entergy

Entergy gives to Sour Lake library

Sam Bethea with Entergy presents Alma Carpenter Library Director Leah Gilfillian with a checkfor $300 from Entergy’s community grant program. The staff at the Sour Lake library plan to use the grant to help with their Summer Reading Program and to help bring in other  new programs.

Wired for Growth: $66M project will supply power to plethora of expansion projects, help attract businesses to Southeast Texas

Entergy officials joined with business leaders and elected officials at the Stowell Substation, south of Winnie on State Highway 65, on Tuesday, May 1, to “cut the wire” on a transmission project that is part of a three-year, $2 billion investment by Entergy Texas to modernize infrastructure to provide more reliable and affordable energy across Southeast Texas.

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