When the Disaster Happens, Neighbors Do, Too

By Bethany Erickson / March 7, 2018 / 1 Comment

I’ll be honest. At first, when I first had the idea of writing about how the neighborhoods impacted by the deadly home explosion two weeks ago — and the aftermath — I was thinking of a straight news story. But I realized fairly quickly that I couldn’t. You see, I know these neighborhoods. My child […]

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Leaky Gas Lines Plague Lakewood, But Will Atmos Be Honest With Us?

By Joanna England / February 12, 2016 / 1 Comment

When you smell gas in your home and report it to Atmos, what’s the first thing they tell you to do? Get out of the house. So when Megan Anderson was busy doing the dishes in the kitchen of her Lakewood home on Jan. 5, she didn’t smell the gas that had been filling a wall […]

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Bomb Blast in Residential Plano Neighborhood Has Neighbors Concerned, Curious, Kinda Crazy

By Candy Evans / June 19, 2012 / 0 Comments

This is just strange. Folks up in this nice, relatively quiet Plano neighborhood got a bit freaked out — understandably so  — over a strange series of events that involve an injured man and a possible bomb explosion near an Atmos natural gas control station in the 3600 block of West Parker Road overnight. First […]

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