Locals are hunkered down and the NYE parties are supposed to wrap up early in order to prevent dangerous driving.
Meanwhile, locals are hoping to keep their flame wars and trolling going into the new year with the help from our power hegemony . . .
Here's the word . . .
Evergy officials say the company is staffed and ready to respond to any power outages. Spokesperson Gina Penzig said crews focus a lot of work year-round on trimming trees and vegetation near power lines.
"Our crews go through drills and are trained to work in all types of weather, so if the storm moves through and causes outages, as soon as they can safely go out and start making repairs, they do — we don’t wait for things to pass," Penzig said.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With winter weather coming, there's always concern about power outages. For those who haven't already, it's a good idea to put a plan together in case of an outage. Evergy officials say the company is staffed and ready to respond to any power outages.