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Eclipse is days away...but traffic is already bad in central Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Traffic is already a headache in central Oregon as thousands of people arrive before Monday's total solar eclipse.Traffic was backed up early Thursday on U.S. Highway 26 west of Prineville, the last town before the turnoff for an eclipse-themed festival that's expected to attract 30,000 people in a remote area with narrow, one-lane roads. A handful of gas stations in Bend and Prineville also temporarily ran out of fuel Wednesday before getting restocked.

'Cabaret' Musical opens in Walla Walla Friday

The Gesa Power House Theatre is proud to present 'Cabaret,' a musical directed by Tyson Kaup and which opens this Friday, August 18.'Cabaret' is a Tony Award-winning musical set in a Berlin nightclub in the late 1920's. It explores the…