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No big eclipse problems for FCSO

Aug 24, 2017 From staff reports

County law enforcement officials said their 72-hour "eclipse emergency operation" proceeded largely as planned, with the exception of a few unusual issues - ...


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From left, Serena Carr, Gideon Carr and Thomas Carr, all of London, England, Justin Rowlatt and William Rowlatt of New Delhi, India, and Luca Greene, Amanda Dyal and Gerard Greene, all of Ireland, were among the thousands of visitors to Fremont County for Monday's solar eclipse.  They watched from a spot near Ocean Lake. Photo by Andrea Novotny

From left, Serena Carr, Gideon Carr and Thomas Carr, all of London, England, Justin Rowlatt and William Rowlatt of New Delhi, India, and Luca Greene, Amanda Dyal and Gerard Greene, all of Ireland, were among the thousands of visitors to Fremont County for Monday's solar eclipse. They watched from a spot near Ocean Lake. Photo by Andrea Novotny


From left, Serena Carr, Gideon Carr and Thomas Carr, all of London, England, Justin Rowlatt and William Rowlatt of New Delhi, India, and Luca Greene, Amanda Dyal and Gerard Greene, all of Ireland, were among the thousands of visitors to Fremont County for Monday's solar eclipse.  They watched from a spot near Ocean Lake. Photo by Andrea Novotny

From left, Serena Carr, Gideon Carr and Thomas Carr, all of London, England, Justin Rowlatt and William Rowlatt of New Delhi, India, and Luca Greene, Amanda Dyal and Gerard Greene, all of Ireland, were among the thousands of visitors to Fremont County for Monday's solar eclipse. They watched from a spot near Ocean Lake. Photo by Andrea Novotny

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