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      Entergy Arkansas Opens Customer Information Centers

      Frustrated Entergy Arkansas customers can get answers about their power outages beginning Saturday morning at newly opened Customer Information Centers.

      In Little Rock a center at the company's headquarters at 900 Center Street opened at 10 a.m.{}{} At the same time centers are opening in Hot Springs at the Entergy building at 324 Malvern Avenue and at the Malvern Chamber of Commerce at 213 West 3rd Street.{}

      As of 10 a.m. Saturday, a total of 71,819 Entergy customers remained without power, down from more than 190,000 customers on Wednesday.{}

      Pulaski, Saline, Garland and Hot Spring County were hit especially hard by the Christmas day storm that brought sleet, heavy winds and up to 12 inches of snow.{}{} As of Saturday morning 44,802 Pulaski County residents remain without power; 10,510 in Garland County, 8,070 in Saline County and 5,136 in Hot Spring County.{}

      Entergy has set a goal of getting all power restored by sometime Tuesday.{}