Not quite a ring of fire

The annular solar eclipse Saturday, Oct. 14, didn't quite produce a "ring of fire" in the Pacific Northwest. Cloudy conditions and rain blocked viewing in most of southern Oregon. Those lucky enough to see the eclipse north of the maximum depth window, which included Washington state, were treated to only a partial eclipse, often through a thin layer of clouds.

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Roger Harnack, Owner/Publisher

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Roger Harnack is the owner/publisher of Free Press Publishing. Having grown up Benton City, Roger is an award-winning journalist, columnist, photographer, editor and publisher. He's one of only two editorial/commentary writers from Washington state to ever receive the international Golden Quill. Roger is dedicated to the preservation of local media, and the voice it retains for Eastern Washington.

 

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