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Kansas CUs recover from winter weather
WICHITA, Kan. (12/18/07)--Business at most Kansas credit unions is returning to normal after a recent ice storm that affected most of the state. Homes and businesses, including credit unions, in some areas were negatively impacted by more than two inches of ice, and more than 90,000 Kansas residents were without power for some time, said the Kansas Credit Union Association (KCUA). A snowstorm that passed through the area during the weekend made matters worse for some, said KCUA. "Currently there are many residents still without power, mostly in the rural areas of Kansas," said Ashley Bridgeman, KCUA communications specialist. "However, we are happy to report that credit unions affected by the ice storm quickly resumed daily operations and returned to providing great service for their members."


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