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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Singing River Electric update 

As of Thursday, Jackson County officials announced that Singing River Electric restored power to 52,000 of 64,000 members. Staff are currently rebuilding power lines in all areas. Members should hire a qualified and licensed electrician to inspect their electrical system, officials suggested.

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