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NorthWestern Energy Plans Weekend Outages for Uptown Butte

BUTTE -

300 residents in Uptown Butte will be without power for specific periods of time during the weekend.

On Saturday, December 14, NorthWestern Energy announced there will be a power outage from 6:30-7:00 a.m.

On Sunday, December 15, the energy company will shut off power again starting at 6:00 a.m. for approximately one hour.

Those two outages will affect areas between Granite and Mercury Streets, extending from Main Street to Continental Drive.

A third outage will occur on Sunday morning will start at 3:00 a.m. and last about 4 hours.

This outage will affect residents in the area south of Buffalo and Summit Streets, and north of Clear Grit Street. The area along both sides of Wyoming Street from Buffalo Street south to Copper Street, including a portion of Woolman Street approximately one block east of Wyoming Street, and the area east of Wyoming Street and north of Granite Street extending to the end of Anaconda Road.

The outages will allow company line crews to make repairs at two local substations. The crews will be replacing equipment.

NorthWestern Energy can be contacted at (888) 497-2669.

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