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Christmas lights go dark

More than 2,600 Caney Fork Electric customers were without electricity during the latter part of the Christmas holiday when high winds reeked havoc on the lines. Fortunately for McMinnville residents no outages were reported, according to McMinnville Electric System CEO and General Manager Rodney Boyd.
“The majority of our problems started at about 10 p.m. on Christmas day night,” said Teresa Parker, operations coordinator for Caney Fork Electric. “The wind was pretty harsh throughout the night and caused periodic outages in different areas throughout the county. Not everyone was affected at the same time.”
According to company records ...

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