The remnants of Hurricane Zeta rolled through Lamar County overnight featuring howling winds that caused some power outages and other minor issues.Erin Cook, Southern Rivers Energy (8;45 a.m.):Southern Rivers Energy crews have restored power to 1701 of the 2800 meters affected by the remnants of Hurricane Zeta. As of 8:45 a.m., approximately 1099 members are still without power. Outages are scattered across our nine-county service territory spanning from Coweta to Bibb. Crews are dealing with trees and limbs on lines and one broken pole on Hwy 341, south of New Hope Road. A crew is on the scene working to replace the pole but that process takes a few hours under good conditions so we appreciate our members’ patience.Douglas Matthews, LCVFR chief (8:42 a.m.):Mulitple trees and power lines down. Had a tree fall on Old Hwy. 41 which caused a barn fire and some damage to the home there.Kelvin Chute, BFD chief (8:37 a.m.):No major issues.Charles Glass, LC commission chairman (8:40 a.m.):Trees/limbs down on Trice, McKenzie, Brent and Crawford roads. All now cleared.Sheriff Brad White (8:36 a.m.):No major issues. Some trees down. Cleared quickly.David Rose, Barnesville city manager (9:02 a.m.):No major issues.