Will Riggs Small Market DJ of the Year

Power in most of Mineola was lost a little before 10 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Police controlled traffic at intersections as most traffic lights in downtown and throughout the city were out. Power was restored around 10:15 a.m. According to Southwest Electric Power Company, the loss of power can be attributed to a blown regulator caused by a squirrel at the substation in Mineola, at west Fronte street. SWEPCO explained that it is common for animals, especially in cold weather, to either chew or destroy lines causing areas to lose power. Four electric feeders in the area were down.

According to the Mineola Fire Department, no serious accidents or injuries were caused by the outage.

cute_squirrel-486

 

general_store_thumb

kmoo_rolodex_button

mineola_jewelers_ad kulp_steel
lct_ad texas_star_loans
thrivebutton duncanmm

deason

hometown_calendar

ozarka_logo

1-mineolafinal
Mineola
alba
Alba Golden
van
Van
quitman
Quitman
grand_saline
Grand Saline
lindale
Lindale
edgewood
Edgewood
canton
Canton
big_sandy
Big Sandy
hawkins
Hawkins
rains
Rains
winnsboro
Winnsboro
harmony
Harmony
fruitvale
Fruitvale
yantis
Yantis

kmoo

99.9 FM KMOO


 

Copyright © 2015 99.9 FM - KMOO.com. All Rights Reserved.
Designed, Developed & Hosted by Duncan Multi-Media.