Residents of Douglas County and the rest of the country are still recovering from a serious case of eclipse fever that has been growing by epic proportions over the last few weeks.
Tomorrow marks the day when residents of Douglas County will join others across the contiguous United States to witness a rare celestial phenomena.
If you haven’t purchased NASA-approved solar eclipse viewing glasses by now for Monday's big celestial event, you’re probably out of luck. Retailers across Douglas County are out of the specialized glasses needed to look safely at the sun.
Anticipation continues to mount, as individuals of all ages prepare to cast protected eyes upward to witness the solar eclipse across Georgia next Monday.
Due to the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, Douglas County Schools will delay dismissal of elementary, middle and high school students, the school system announced Wednesday.
Although west Georgia will not be in the direct path of the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the sun over Douglas County will appear to be almost completely covered by the moon, turning mid-afternoon into near twilight.