Schools use eclipse as teaching moment

In Roanoke County, students aren’t even back at school yet, and the eclipse is already being used as a teaching moment.


It happened at 6:04 p.m. on Route 57, just west of Route 680 in Patrick County.



It happened around 6:00 pm in the area of Pumpkin Creek and Lockett Dr. on Sunday.


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