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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) - A passing storm knocked out power to more than 150 homes and businesses in southern Idaho.
    
The Times-News reports (http://bit.ly/15bShVH ) Sunday night's outages were in Twin Falls, Kimberly, Hansen, Murtaugh and Hazelton.
    
The storm knocked down telephone poles and blew line fuses. Crews were fixing the lines and power was expected to be restored by early Monday.
    
About 50 outages were reported in Hazelton and 100 in Murtaugh.
    
Idaho Power says outages also were reported in Hansen but did not provide details.
    

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