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Planned Power Outage in Pawnee County

(KLZA)-- The Nebraska Public Power District has a planned power outage scheduled for Sunday morning that will affect Pawnee City and Steinauer along with rural areas between the communities. 

The outage is planned to occur between 12:30 a.m. and 3 a.m. 

NPPD will be conducting substation maintenance work that will require the power to the area to be switched off so the utility crews can work safely. The early Sunday morning hours were selected so as not to interrupt businesses.

NPPD recommends you avoid opening the refrigerator and freezer while the power is out. You should also turn off all computers, monitors, printer, copiers, scanners and all other electronic devices.  This will help to avoid any potential power surge when the electricity is restored.  

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