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Early morning power outage planned in Clancy and Jefferson City areas Aug. 24 for substation work

Date: Aug 17, 2022

Helena, Mont. – Aug. 18, 2022 – NorthWestern Energy customers and Vigilante Electric Cooperative members in the Clancy and Jefferson City areas will have a planned power outage from 1:30 to 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24.

The outage will affect NorthWestern Energy customers south of Howard Beer Road and Gruber Estates Subdivision to south to Boulder Hill, and all Vigilante Electric Cooperative members off of Lump Gulch. The major roads in the area are Lump Gulch Road, Clancy Creek Road, Warm Springs Creek Road, Wickes Road and Tizer Lake Road.

The outage will allow crews to safety replace substation equipment, work that will improve energy service reliability. We appreciate the patience of those affected by the planned power outage.

For more information, NorthWestern Energy customers can call 888-467-2669 and Vigilante Electric Cooperative members can call 800-221-8271.

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NorthWestern Corporation, doing business as NorthWestern Energy, provides essential energy infrastructure and valuable services that enrich lives and empower communities while serving as long-term partners to our customers and communities. We are working to deliver safe, reliable, and innovative energy solutions that create value for customers, communities, employees, and investors. This includes bridging our history as a regulated utility safely providing low-cost and reliable service with our future as a globally-aware company offering a broader array of services performed by highly-adaptable and skilled employees. We provide electricity and / or natural gas to approximately 753,600 customers in Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska and Yellowstone National Park. We have provided service in South Dakota and Nebraska since 1923 and in Montana since 2002. More information is available on the company's Web site at


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