News Makers Todd and Brian on weather and more

Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones brought guest Brian Foley in for this latest news maker.

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First Todd tells us the easiest way to get in touch with Santa Clause this season.

He also tells us of a Night to Shine a special prom like event for those with special needs.

Then Brian Warren County’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator has details on the National Weather Service’s Winter Weather Spotter’s Training.¬†

The Winter Weather Spotter Training session will be held December 11 at the Warren County Public Safety building.

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News Maker Brian Foley on the Skywarn weather course

A valley wide Skywarn course is being offered by the Warren County Fire and Rescue and National Weather Service.

This is an attempt to prevent property damage when bad storms arrive.

We spoke with Warren County Fire and Rescue’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator Brian Foley in our latest news maker.

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Brian tells us about the course and how it teaches basic weather technology.

He also tells us that the course is free and being held Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Public Safety Building on 200 Skyline Vista Dr. Front Royal.

Brian explains where the course is held in Warren County anyone from neighboring counties is invited to the informative course.

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