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Idaho Falls braces for the world as eclipse-mania sweeps the small town

The soft orange light of the Sunday early morning sun filtered through the old church’s stained glass windows while the Rev. Ruth Marsh stepped down from the altar and asked her congregants if they had any special prayer requests. “For sanity. For safety,” a voice called out. “It’s kind of scary...
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