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(KSL News) The lights are back on in southern Utah after a wildfire brought down power lines.
Saturday, as many as 46-hundred people were without electricity because of the fire. Utah Power says the repairs are complete, and everything should be back to normal.
The company still advises that residents monitor their power consumption during hottest times of the day.
They suggest shutting off air conditioners, using ceiling fans for cooling, cooking outdoors and waiting until evening hours to use household appliances in order to conserve energy.