One year ago, parts of KELOLAND found itself in the middle of an once-in-a-lifetime ice storm.
At the peak of the storm, more than 68,000 customers were without power in southeastern KELOLAND.
Around 350 power crews from across the Midwest flooded into the area to help bring the lights back on.
Some of the more unforgettable images from the ice storm were all the downed trees. The city estimates crews picked up more than 55,000 tons of tree debris through the summer months. It also removed more than 1,300 stumps.