STILLWATER, Okla. — Parts of Stillwater are without power at 2:40 p.m. Friday. Stillwater workers are placing traffic control signs at various intersections on Hall of Fame Avenue and Duck Street. The Stillwater Public School Administration Building officials were determining if any of the schools were affected, according to a text from Superintendent Ann Caine. The city of Stillwater is placing traffic-control signs and affected areas and erecting barricades were needed, according to police scanner. The city will provide more information as it becomes available, Stillwater spokeswoman Sherry Fletcher said.
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