Idaho has been preparing for the Aug. 21 eclipse for years . The state is one of twelve lucky states in the “path of totality,” providing solar eclipse watchers with some of the best viewing opportunities. Thousands of people – including international visitors – are expected to descend on small towns like Weiser and Stanley. But according to a map published by the "Today Show," Idaho is invisible. The map draws a path from Oregon to Wyoming and on to Nebraska – but doesn’t highlight the Gem...
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