Remember, when the lights go out, it could be worse

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By Ben Hyatt

Imagine a world where when the sun went down, the houses got dark.

Well, most of Harrison County knows how that feels after a weekend with no electric.

Last weekend, many Harrison Countians spent their time in the dark... and cold.

I awoke around 2 a.m. Saturday morning after feeling chills on my shoulders as our house dropped from its usual 68 degrees to frigid temperatures.

My wife and I usually keep the television on during the night, but for some reason, the usual Sports Center was covered by a blank screen in our temperature-dropping bedroom.

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