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EDITORIAL: Eclipse advanced agencies’ ability to protect Malheur County

Malheur County was spared during the Great American Eclipse. In spots, traffic was congested but the county wasn’t overrun by people. No serious accidents blocked roads. No serious property damage, assaults or other crime could be traced to our moment in the moon’s shadow. We did gain increased comfort that our public agencies can anticipate and prepare for a huge-scale event.

For months, the forecasts in Oregon produced awe. State officials predicted . . .

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