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NorthWestern Energy customers in Monarch, Neihart and White Sulphur Springs areas will have extended power outages

Date: May 8, 2024

TYPE: News

Great Falls, Mont. – May 8, 2024 – NorthWestern Energy crews are working to repair broken power poles, downed power lines and other damage from storms and restore power service to customers affected by outages.

Some areas will have extended outages. Service restoration is estimated to be Thursday, May 9, for the rural White Sulphur Springs area.

Power outages in the Monarch and Neihart area are expected to extend at least through the weekend.

Additional personnel and equipment are in these areas to assist with work to restore service as quickly as possible, safely.

Please check NorthWestern Energy’s Outage Map for the most up-to-date information on outages.

Thank you to all customers affected by outages for your patience, especially those experiencing outages for extended lengths of time.

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