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Clinton High School is dismissed due to the school's power going out

A transformer was hit and took out the school's power, causing the school to be dismissed.
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Anderson County Schools opened on time, like normal. Leaders say it simply wasn't cold enough.

CLINTON, Tenn. — Clinton High School is dismissing immediately after the school lost power on Tuesday, at around 8:30 a.m.

A transformer was hit by lightning at around 7:15 a.m. and caused the power to go out. According a post on Anderson County's Facebook page, buses started running immediately to take students back home.

Earlier this evening, um to Dr. Curtis Sexton. Dr. Sexton has worked tirelessly for many years to make Anderson County Schools the best school district in the state. Dr. Sexton was accompanied by his family for the surprise dedication in front of a packed gymnasium full of Lake City Middle School dedicated it's gymnasi...

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