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Update: 4,970 remain without power three days after Clarksville storm

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Skip to main content Update, 1:30 p.m., Manna Cafe:

Manna Café Ministries will be closed for food distribution the remainder of this week due to power outages, however, Manna will hold two emergency hot meals daily for the remainder of this week at Manna Village, 605 Providence Blvd.

The lunch meal will be served at 11 a.m. and the dinner meal will be served at 4 p.m., according to a news release. Hot meals will be served Monday-Thursday. Regularly scheduled Mobile Café meals will also take place this week.

On Friday, Nov. 1, Manna will conduct an emergency food pantry at 605 Providence Blvd. The Food Pantry will begin at 10 a.m.

“The emergency hot meals and emergency food pantry are in direct response to all residents affected by the storm,” the release said. “These emergency food supplies are open to the public. Manna Café hopes to provide relief to our community members who face food insecurity during this challenging time.”

Update, 12:10 p.m., outages:

Power crews pulled another all-nighter in their efforts to get the lights back on, but report they still have 4,970 customers in the dark.”We did work through the night again on power restoration,” said Brian Taylor, general manager at CDE.Taylor said today they’re focused on New Providence, including the following areas: New Providence area, Chapel Street/Power Street Lealand Drive/Charlemagne/Morrison Drive areas off Dover Road Dover Road, other side of Dover Road, Lafayette Road/Freestone Downer Drive/Hillsboro Road/Yorktown Preston Drive/Binks Drive Taylor said they are also still working […]

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