Seth Phillips

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Name: Seth Phillips
Date registered: January 28, 2014

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  1. Pet of the Week: Willie — December 19, 2014
  2. Strong System On Tap for the Weekend — December 19, 2014
  3. Rain and Snow for your Work Week — December 14, 2014
  4. Small Break Before More Rain and Snow — December 13, 2014
  5. Best Meteor Shower of the Year Tonight — December 13, 2014

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Right Back into an Active Pattern

WEATHER DISCUSSION Before the weekend arrived, models were suggesting that we would be getting a dominant ridge of high pressure and there was no end in sight. With high pressure, comes calm conditions with sunny skies. However, as is typical with forecast models. anything past a few days will likely change. So the monotonous days … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Saving on Eyeglasses

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — If you’ve got your eye on prescription eyeglasses, be prepared for sticker shock! Frames, lenses, and protective coatings can add up to 500 dollars or more. Consumer Reports finds that you can save up to 40%on the cost of eyeglasses without sacrificing fashion. Eyeglasses are high fashion, and can come at high … Continue reading »

Mainly Overnight Showers This Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION We still continue with our active weather pattern. Two systems approach the region this week, and both are looking to drop a little more rain. The first system, which will move in overnight tonight, will bring in light amounts of rain and the showers will be short-lived. Rainfall amounts for the first wave … Continue reading »

Light Showers For Saturday

WEATHER DISCUSSION Hopefully everyone (who actually had rain last night) has had the chance to dry off a bit and come down from the sugar rush. Halloween was mostly dry for the areas west of the Cascades, but the Klamath Basin had the slow moving cold front that brought rain and snow throughout the night. … Continue reading »

OSF Plans Renovation for 2015 Season

ASHLAND, Ore. — This is the last weekend of performances at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The theatre goes dark over the next four months as it prepares for the 2015 season.OSF is planning on renovating the bricks, which is currently a multi-functional space. It is a loading dock, a performance venue, a lobby, a waiting … Continue reading »

Jackson Co. Sheriffs Hire New K9 Officer

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is getting a $10,000 donation meant to pay for a new police dog. For 11 years, Darco has worked in Southern Oregon as a K-9, but Darco is ready to retire. So the members of the Southern Oregon kennel club have raised money to buy a new … Continue reading »

Mystery Witness at the Jodi Arias Trial

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Dramatic developments today in the death penalty retrial of former Medford waitress and Yreka resident Jodi Arias. The 34 year-old Arias has one final shot to convince a jury to spare her life. She was expected to take the stand today but in a surprise move, the judge cleared the courtroom as … Continue reading »

An Eventful Weekend of Weather

WEATHER DISCUSSION A very impressive low pressure system approached the coast yesterday, and with it came cooler air, rain, snow, and very strong winds. The cold front associated with it was responsible for the pattern change. Starting Friday evening, winds began picking up as the pressure gradient tightened. Wind advisories and warnings were issued for … Continue reading »

Rain Moves Back in Tomorrow

WEATHER DISCUSSION Friday brought a break in the precipitation to our area. A very well developed low pressure system is what’s responsible for the rain we’ve been getting. A cold front swung through and brought us a couple of days of cooler and wet weather. Friday morning started with a line of showers moving north. … Continue reading »

K Falls Museum Offers Solar Eclipse View

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Falls residents who want to get a close look at a partial eclipse of the sun will get their chance Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Klamath County Museum. The museum will feature an 11-inch telescope equipped with a solar filter available during the unusual event. “The eclipse will start at … Continue reading »

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