Eldorado may come to life again thanks to eclipse

By Les Zaitz

The Enterprise

A total solar eclipse hits Malheur County about every 375 years, making Monday’s event a once-in-a-lifetime experience to catch.

To milk every second of that rare darkness, head to Eldorado.

According to NASA’s calculations, the former gold town will provide the longest period of darkness in Malheur County – two minutes and nine seconds.

That makes it one of the best places in the . . .

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