2017-08-24 / Front Page

LCES students view Great American Eclipse



Lincoln County Elementary School students Jaden Wynn, Shaniya Cross, MaKayla Leverett, Jermar­ian Lomar, and T.J. Hogan, along with the rest of the school had the great adventure of being a part of history as they viewed the total solar eclipse on Monday. It has been a sight unseen for nearly 100 years, as the path of the eclipse cut directly through the United States from Oregon to South Carolina, leaving onlookers in awe at the sight of its magnitude. Lincoln County Elementary School students Jaden Wynn, Shaniya Cross, MaKayla Leverett, Jermar­ian Lomar, and T.J. Hogan, along with the rest of the school had the great adventure of being a part of history as they viewed the total solar eclipse on Monday. It has been a sight unseen for nearly 100 years, as the path of the eclipse cut directly through the United States from Oregon to South Carolina, leaving onlookers in awe at the sight of its magnitude.

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