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Gulf Power wants pollutants lawsuit dismissed
Gulf Power Company is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that it's allowing pollutants from aging coal ash pits to leak into the Apalachicola River.
Gulf Power Warns Of Continuing Scam Targeting Customers
In a recent scam, area businesses and residential customers received calls from a person claiming to represent Gulf Power Company and demanding payment - or their electric service will be cut off, according to the company. Gulf Power is continuing to ...
CONSUMER ALERT: Gulf Power warns of recent scam  WEAR
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Gulf Power Business Customers Warned of Telephone Scams
Gulf Power continues to work with law enforcement in reporting these incidents, but the company has received an escalated amount of calls from customers reporting fraudulent calls in the last week.
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Editorial: 'It's our mission'
We encourage public and private groups to apply for the Southern Company's Five Star Restoration Grants that benefit the environment.
Gulf Power warns of power service scam
Any customer questioning the identity of a person representing the power company is encouraged to call 1-800-225-5797. Reader comments posted to this article may be published in our print edition.
Gulf Power Credit Card Fraud
OKALOOSA COUNTY-- New credit card fraud cases are being reported from Gulf Power customers in Okaloosa County. Gulf Power is asking its customers to be aware of people impersonating utility company employees. Gulf Power says employees will ...
Southern Company grants to provide for community good
�It's our mission to watch the environment and be an advocate for the environment,� said Gulf Power Co. spokesman Jeff Rogers.
This Weekend Temperatures Will Soar
Many of Gulf Power Company's more than 430,000 customers likely will see the impact of the stifling weather in their upcoming electric bills.
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OUT & ABOUT: Gulf Power Symposium lineup is impressive
Nicholas Pinchuk, chairman and CEO of Snap-On Inc., will speak about growing a highly trained workforce, and Gulf Power's John Hutchinson will lead a panel discussion on preparing workers for a changing economy. The second day of the symposium will ...
Law and disorder: Pentagon pushes back
Hagel and Dempsey spoke of building a Gulf War-style multi-national coalition to take on the Islamist army, but while France is feeling bellicose these days, that still sounds a little far-fetched.
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