As of Saturday night the power company is reporting 1,719 customers without electric, scattered in all sections of Calhoun county.

They have set an optimistic Monday night for service to be restored.

A report Saturday night said 117,000 still without power in WV.

Additional help has been sent to the county, and crews are walking electric lines looking for breaks.

Calhoun OES/911 Director Kathy Wood, with the temperature banging 100 degrees Sunday, says the three cooling stations at the Grantsville and Upper West Fork VFD stations and the Arnoldsburg Community Building will be open Sunday.

Bottled water and food will be available.

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