Kentucky utility companies continue to get people online, but it cant come fast enough for some Western Kentuckians. Kenergy has a little more than thirteen thousand, and power is back on for every Kentucky Utility customer. Hopkins County residents believe one utility company in particular is to blame. They say Kenergy is taking their time getting their power back on. Residents say the companys efforts dont seem sincere and they think Kentucky government should step in. When the ice storm hit two weeks ago the entirety of Hopkins County went dark, and its only slowly that electricity is making its way through these wires. As the weather warms up, its hard for Kenergy customers to still see poles snapped and lines dangling. Especially when theyre trying to get their lives back to normal -- school starts on Wednesday. Kenergy representatives say theyre working efficiently and strategically to get everyone back online. In fact Mayor Will Cox says he was convinced of that when he spoke with the CEO. But hes still asking Frankfort to formally assess the companys response. Representatives also say they hope concerned residents will utilize their website to track progress. You can find an updated map of where crews are working. Heres the link.