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Atmos Energy and Panhandle Community Services Helping You Stay Warm This Winter
Perspectives
Community
January 24, 2019
Story Courtesy of: KAMR Local 4 News Panhandle Community Services will provide energy assistance to Atmos Energy qualifying customers on January 29, 2019 at 1309 w. 8th street from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Atmos Energy Donates Funds to Fire Department for Underwater Vehicle
Perspectives
Community
January 15, 2019

Atmos Energy recently gave $11,000 to Flower Mound Fire-Emergency Services for a remotely operated underwater vehicle. This is the only unit like it in the state.

A 328-foot umbilical cable is connected to a drone camera, operated by First Responders in a boat or on the shore.

Atmos Energy Sponsors All Abilities Park
Perspectives
Community
January 7, 2019

City officials, business leaders (including several Atmos Energy employees), school and park representatives, and citizens helped break ground on a 10-acre special needs playground called PlayGrand Adventures. The facility will be one of the largest playgrounds in the country.

Atmos Energy Donates to Veteran Service Dog Organization
Perspectives
Community
January 2, 2019

Many have heard the saying, “dogs are a man’s best friend.” To wounded or disabled veterans, dogs are more than companions. They represent an avenue to assimilate back into society after returning home. To support the cause of providing veterans with service dogs, Atmos Energy’s Mid-Tex Sales and Public Affairs team donated more than $1,000 to Patriot PAWS.

Holiday Hours and Happy Holidays from Atmos Energy
Perspectives
Company
December 19, 2018

Happy Holidays to you and your family from Atmos Energy! Our customer service lines will be closed Dec. 24 – 25, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, so that our employees can spend time with their families and friends. Our phone lines will reopen as usual Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 7 a.m. CST.

Perspectives
Community
December 12, 2018

Operations Supervisor Brad Evans has run a half marathon (13.1) miles in 40 states and plans on doing one in all 50 states. His first race was in Nashville in 2008. The 40th was five months ago in Utah. The toughest was New Year’s Day 2013 in Minneapolis. 

“It was -4 and you couldn’t keep your water bottle from freezing. My eyelids would try to freeze shut,” says Evans, who lives in Southaven, Miss.