Are big crowds heading for Malheur County to observe eclipse? Maybe

By Pat Caldwell
The Enterprise
ONTARIO – Oregon officials still forecast one million people could come to the state to watch Monday’s eclipse but there are signs the crowds won’t develop as predicted in Malheur County.
At the Malheur County Fairgrounds, manager Lynelle Christiani said she’s advertised spots for RVs and campers to watch the eclipse at the fairgrounds but response has been spotty.
“We were gearing up for it but so far . . .

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