Lights returning; ice still a road peril

Some schools remain shut as state’s freeze staying put

Posted: December 9, 2013 at 2:15 a.m.

NWA Media/MICHAEL WOODS --12/08/13-- David Schafer with Musi Mowing and More Inc. works with the snow blower as he works helps clear the snow off the lot at the Enterprise Car Rental office on College Ave in Fayetteville Sunday afternoon. Robert Musi of Musi Mowing based in Rogers, says his crews have been very busy over the weekend clearing snow from lots all over Northwest Arkansas.

The majority of people who were without power as a result of the winter storm that swept across the state over the weekend were expected to have service restored by Sunday night, but officials said roads will remain icy through Monday morning.

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