Central Electric Reports Outages Throughout Its Service Area

Due to substantial rain fall, damaging winds, and possible tornadoes, Central Electric Power Association experienced sustained power outages throughout its seven county service area. CEPA promptly mobilized their field operations staff to restore power.Central Electric Power Association had more than 10,000 members without electric service and over... Read More.

Friday Storms Cause Power Outages

A combination of morning storms and gusty winds blew down trees and power lines across the state Friday.   As of noon, almost 44,000 outages were being reported including 1,758 in Attala County, 1,586 in Leake County and 347 in Neshoba County.   By 9 pm... Read More.


Power Outages Continue in Attala, Leake

Power outages continue in Attala and Leake county. Inclement weather on Sunday left Mississippi in a literal state of emergency with at least 11 deaths, massive damage, and over 72,000 people without electricity. By late night Monday power had been restored to many regions... Read More.

Power Outages Attala, Leake, Neshoba

As of 4:30 am some Central Electric customers remained without power in Attala. Leake and Neshoba Counties. Central Electric crews worked through the night restoring a number of customers but there are still outages. The Boswell Media transmitter site located on Mars Hill Road... Read More.

Storm Front Causes Widespread Power Outages (Audio)

The storm front that moved through the state on Saturday morning has emergency personnel busy in Leake and Attala Counties in central Mississippi.According to emergency management Director Danny Townsend the storm front that moved through Leake and Attala downed many trees and caused widespread... Read More.