Hundreds in N.D. remain without power after storm
BISMARCK (AP) -- Some of the hundreds of people in southwestern North Dakota who lost electricity during a weekend snowstorm could remain in the dark for a while.
It could be a week before power is restored to all customers, and replacing 700 downed power lines could take even longer, Don Franklund, co-manager of Mor-Gran-Sou Electric Cooperative and Slope Electric, told The Bismarck Tribune and KXMB-TV.
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