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Power outages reported in Texoma

OKLAHOMA_Residents in several Texoma towns are waking up without power Thursday morning, and that means no school for some students.

Public Service Company of Oklahoma said 14 power poles were down overnight. Now, residents in Hollis, Duke and Gould are without power. PSO officials don't expect the outages to be fixed until Thursday afternoon. Officials at Duke Public Schools say classes will be canceled Thursday. We have not heard from the other districts.

We will keep you updated on the power outages through social media and on our website.

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