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Preparing for the eclipse: Consider traffic, fire danger

by H. Paul Gray Harney County Emergency Manager for the Burns Times-Herald As travelers come into our area, we want them to enjoy themselves, travel around safely, see the sights within our county, meet new friends, eat at our restaurants, and just have a good time. However, we don’t want anyone getting hurt or starting a…

Hines Common Council discusses eclipse preparations

by Lindy Williams Burns Times-Herald The Hines Common Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 6:30 p.m. The council approved the business license applications for six new businesses: JHR Construction, ASG Land Development/Snow Plowing and Debris Removal, Sage Hens Janitorial, Sage Supply, May Flowers Nursery, and Elkhorn Painting and General…

Preparing for the eclipse: Volunteers needed

by Chelsea Harrison Executive Director Chamber of Commerce for the Burns Times-Herald A total solar eclipse will be crossing over Oregon Aug. 21. What does that mean? According to NASA’s website, “Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights — a total solar eclipse. This path, where the moon…

Preparing for the eclipse: Locals can expect increased traffic, long lines

by H. Paul Gray Harney County Emergency Manager for the Burns Times-Herald Aug. 21 is closing in on our community, and for those who still do not know, we have a total solar eclipse coming. Many are looking toward this eclipse and thinking, “It’s just another eclipse,” but nothing is further from the truth. This will…

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