Clay County was hit hardest by Sunday’s snowstorm, according to Jackson Energy spokesperson, Karen Combs.
In a press release, Combs said that 1,300 outages were reported in Clay County, far more than any other county. She said a main power line serving the Oneida area was hit by damage, causing a loss of power to over 140 homes Sunday night. There were smaller outages throughout the rest of the county.
Crews were expected to have all power restored by noon on Monday.
Kentucky Utilities, which serves part of the Manchester area, reported six outages affecting 36 customers.
KU spokesperson Cliff Feltham said that 15 customers were without power from approximately 5 p. m. Sunday to 5 a. m. Monday because of trees on lines and broken poles. The other customers were in the Chadwell Road area. Trees on lines caused loss of power from approximately 9:40 p. m. to 5:30 a. m.
Over half of the Clay County coroner death cases in 2011 were drug or alcohol-related, County Coroner Danny Finley told the fiscal court last Thursday.
Clay County Schools could let out as early as May 10, if weather or illness does not take a hand.
Clay County schools have been hit recently by several illnesses, according to the nursing supervisor of the county health department.
Longtime pastor and retired educator Roy Allen died Tuesday morning at Manchester Memorial Hospital.
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