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Atmos Energy service technicians wearing yellow vests installing a pipeline
Perspectives
Community
July 7, 2017
Monte Randolph lives in Bogata, a community about 25 miles east of Paris, TX.
Perspectives
Community
May 29, 2017

Atmos Energy recently gave $20,000 to the Hodding Carter Memorial YMCA. A devastating fire resulted in almost $250,000 in damages to the facility not covered by insurance.

Louis Lambert and his wife, Kristy, are happy to be back in their Prairieville, La., home. The house was flooded with a foot of water back in August.
Perspectives
Community
May 24, 2017
In late August 2016, as much as 32 inches of rain in a 48-hour period saturated south Louisiana.
Atmos Energy employees riding in a bike race to raise money for multiple sclerosis
Perspectives
Community
May 16, 2017
As of May 15, the group had raised more than $12,000 for muscular sclerosis research.
Perspectives
Community
May 8, 2017
Construction Operator Landy Warren was born and raised on cattle ranches in Louisiana and Texas. Continuing the tradition today in Round Rock, where he is a construction operator, he works after hours on a local ranch.
Perspectives
Safety
April 17, 2017

Employees throughout the company participated in National Safe Digging Month in April. Many customers in the eight states served by Atmos Energy submitted a photo of their yard, hoping to be one of nine selected to win an $811 gift card from a local home improvement store. In Kansas, because of the encouragement of the Kansas Pipeline Association (where Safety Specialist Harold Nelson is an officer), Gov.