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2005-09-13 08:45:00

NEW YORK -- Less than 435,000 electricity customers still lacked power 15 days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. About 344,000 of the homes and businesses in Louisiana, or 31 percent, remained without power, while Mississippi had about 91,000 customers still with no service. Katrina initially left more than 4.5 million homes and businesses without power when it struck early last...

2005-09-12 09:03:03

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Less than 471,000 electricity customers still lacked power 14 days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. About 384,000, or 35 percent, of the homes and businesses in Louisiana remained without power, while Mississippi had about 86,000 customers with no service. Katrina initially left more than 4.5 million homes and businesses without power when it struck...

2005-09-12 09:00:00

NEW YORK -- Less than 471,000 electricity customers still lacked power 14 days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. About 384,000, or 35 percent, of the homes and businesses in Louisiana remained without power, while Mississippi had about 86,000 customers with no service. Katrina initially left more than 4.5 million homes and businesses without power when it struck early last...

2005-09-07 12:29:00

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Less than 825,000 electricity customers still lacked electricity nine days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. More than half the customers in Louisiana, or 503,000 homes and businesses, remained without power, while Mississippi had about 322,000 customers with no service. Katrina left more than 4.5 million homes and businesses without power. Entergy...

2005-09-06 12:47:58

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nearly 1 million electricity customers remained without electricity eight days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. More than half the customers in Louisiana, or 588,000 homes and businesses, were still without power, while Mississippi had about 382,000 customers with no service. Katrina made landfall in southern Florida as a Category 1 hurricane on August...

2005-09-06 10:23:58

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nearly 1 million electricity customers remained without electricity eight days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. More than half the customers in Louisiana, or 586,000 homes and businesses, were still without power, while Mississippi had about 400,000 customers with no service. Katrina made landfall in southern Florida as a Category 1 hurricane on August...

2005-09-06 10:20:00

NEW YORK -- Nearly 1 million electricity customers remained without electricity eight days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast in Louisiana and Mississippi, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. More than half the customers in Louisiana, or 586,000 homes and businesses, were still without power, while Mississippi had about 400,000 customers with no service. Katrina made landfall in southern Florida as a Category 1 hurricane on August 25-26, then...

2005-09-02 13:45:19

NEW YORK (Reuters) - As electric utilities slowly restore service to the hurricane-hit U.S. Gulf Coast, some 1.6 million customers in the region still had no power on Friday, according to area utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy. Four days after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the region, extensive damage from flooding and saltwater were hampering efforts to restore electricity, utilities said. Utilities in the three hardest-hit Gulf Coast states said about 28 percent of customers...

2005-08-30 14:58:03

NEW YORK (Reuters) - More than 2.7 million electricity customers were still without power on Tuesday after Hurricane Katrina pummeled the U.S. Gulf Coast and moved into the Tennessee Valley. Katrina crashed into southern Louisiana as a Category 4 storm Monday morning with maximum sustained winds near 140 mph. The remnants of the storm are located over the Ohio Valley. Entergy Corp., with 1.1 million customers without power in Louisiana and Mississippi, warned customers to expect a...

2005-08-30 09:07:55

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hurricane Katrina left more than 2.3 million electricity customers along the U.S. Gulf Coast without power by early Tuesday as the remnants of the storm moved into the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys. Katrina crashed into southern Louisiana as a Category 4 storm Monday morning with maximum sustained winds near 140 miles per hour. The center of the storm, downgraded to a Tropical Storm with 50 mph winds, is in central Tennessee. Entergy Corp., with more than a million...


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penuche
  • A fudgelike confection of brown sugar, cream or milk, and chopped nuts.
'Penuche' is a variant of 'panocha,' a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico. 'Panocha' probably comes from the Spanish 'panoja, panocha,' ear of grain.
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