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Power Outages Remain, Boil Water Notice Lifted

Parts of East Texas have been without power for more than a week now.  The Cherokee County Electric Co-op currently has 99 percent of its customers restored.  About 300 of its customers are still without power in Cherokee County and just more than a dozen in both Smith and Rusk counties.    

KLTV 7 has also learned Saturday the boil water notice for residents of Wright City Water Supply has been lifted.  Wright city, which is located just east of Arp says its water is now safe to drink.

Danielle Capper, Reporting. dcapper@kltv.com

 

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