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How watchers in Madisonville passed the time before the eclipse

MADISONVILLE, KY (WFIE) -

People who got here early had a lot of time on their hands as they waited for the eclipse.

Lauren Artino watched and waited with eclipse watchers in Madisonville and shows us what they did to pass the time.

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