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Coburg without power for brief time Sat 4 Feb 2017

Update 6:51amCT: Power restored to A & M Chop House, the Coburg Store and they are OPEN, but many other homes in the vicinity of the Kelleyville Road Taylor County RECC substation remain without power. Store regulars think they will be out of power for another hour or so. - Melissa Moore

COBURG, ADAIR COUNTY, KY (6:06amCT) - Melissa Moore, notified CM at 6:06amCT/7:06amCT, that Taylor County Rural Electric service to the Coburg store - A & M Chop House, 7393 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - and other area homes is down for repairs. Power is expected to be restored within an hour, she said.



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