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Whitehall April 16 early morning planned power outage will allow electric system work

Apr 02, 2019

BUTTE, MONT. – NorthWestern Energy is notifying Whitehall residents and businesses of a 4-hour planned power outage that will begin 1 a.m., on Tuesday, April 16. The outage will allow company line crews to safely perform local utility system work. This work is necessary to deliver reliable service to Whitehall area customers and avoid longer outages in the future. 

The impacted area covers the entire city of Whitehall, affecting the Whitehall Valley west to Pipestone Pass, and east to the Golden Sunlight Mine. The mine will not be affected.  Interstate 90 is the general northern boundary, extending south to Highway 55 near Forcella Lane, and to areas across the Jefferson River near Point of Rocks and Kountz roads.

The outage will also impact Vigilante Electric Cooperative members north and east of Whitehall, including the Cardwell area.

For any questions or concerns, please call NorthWestern Energy’s Customer Contact Center at (888) 467-2669 or the Vigilante Electric Cooperative Customer Contact Center at (800)-221-8271.

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