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Phillips 66 said power had been restored following a brief, unscheduled outage that shut parts of its 247,000-barrel-per-day Alliance refinery in Belle Chase, Louisiana, on Thursday. There were no injuries due to the incident, which occurred at 4:50 p.m. Central time, the company said, adding that the cause of the outage is being investigated by the local utility provider. Comment?
The Phillips 66 Alliance refinery in Belle Chase, Louisiana, was hit by a power outage on Thursday, according to the power provider Entergy Corp's website. Entergy expects power to the 247,000 barrel-per-day plant to be restored by 7 PM local time on Thursday. Comment?
... Andy Taylor of Little Rock, Dusty and wife Jenny Jolley of Conway, Sara and husband Caleb Horton of Greenbrier, Chase and wife Kaylee Sossamon of Jenks, Okla. and Cosby and husband Cody Lasley of Greenbrier; great-grandchildren, McKenzie and Logan ... Comment?
... re leaves behind a legacy of outreach as he assisted Newtown police officers after the tragedy and ran a triathlon for Chase Kowalski. Comment?
... Coursey; Jennifer Coursey; Celeste Jones and husband Michael; and Laura Hudson. In addition, his grandchildren: Chase Coursey, Vivian Mae Coursey, Chloe Mae Coursey, Schylar Jones and Derek Jones; and his brothers: Albert Butch Coursey, Marshall ... Comment?
... sister, Eleanor Fleming of Alaska; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Stanley Chase; mother, Goldie Chase; two wives, Juanita Parsons and Diana Teats; son, Lonnie Chase; and sisters, Norma Harris, Jean Cravens, ... Comment?
Photo provided by SoFAB Institute - The Cenrtal City building that now houses the Southern Food & Beverage Museum started out more than a century ago as a public food market, Advocate staff photo by SHERRI MILLER -- The newly re-dedicated Leah Chase Louisiana Gallery at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, in New Orleans, on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. Advocate staff photo by Ian McNulty -Since its ribbon-cutting ceremony last fall, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum has added new exhibits, including La Galerie d'Absinthe on the potent and storied drink. Comment?
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