State and local officials joined Arkansas business leaders Tuesday to break ground on the state’s largest-ever economic investment project with U.S. Steel near Osceola, Ark.
Crews are wrapping up restoration from the winter storm, but they will continue working until all customers who can take power can get it.
Restoration is complete for 93 percent of the customers who lost power during the Groundhog Day winter storm.
About 2,100 customers are awaiting power restoration after a winter storm knocked out power to more than 15,000 customers.
The winter storm has damaged dozens of utility poles and brought down numerous power lines. Crews are working hard to make repairs. Most customers who can accept power are expected to have it today.
Work crews have successfully restored service to many Entergy customers who lost service due to a powerful winter storm that struck Arkansas and parts of Mississippi this week.
Crews have restored power to about 44% of customers who lost it during the winter storms overnight and today.
The winter storm moving through our service area is affecting power delivery to customers in Arkansas and parts of Mississippi.
The winter storm continues to push through Arkansas, bringing a mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow. More than 14,000 customers are without power. The winter precipitation is making for dangerous travel situations, slowing restoration efforts.