This allowed him to be primarily a teacher and secondarily a weather forecaster. In 1986, Brough landed a teaching position at Eisenhower Junior High and has been happy there ever since. He's even added to his load by teaching geography to adults at BYU's Salt Lake Center and dabbling in family history research. (He has also written scientific articles and LDS doctrinal Puma Creepers Black And Brown
and Ethel says she could see "the light going out in his eyes. " So in 1980, he decided to return to teaching but the same time, Ch. 4 offered him its main weather position. He accepted, but his longing for the classroom remained. In 1984, Brough began commuting to Springville to teach while continuing on Puma Velvet Creepers Size 6
TV. In 1986, he negotiated with Ch. 4 to trade spots with Rebecca Reheis, who was doing weekend weather at the time.
2 (he is now at KSL), and Brough had no idea it would lead to his appearing in front of a Ch. 2 camera as well. But Brough seriously missed his students, Puma Creepers Color
books. )And, of course, he continues to do weekend weather forecasts at Ch. 4. "When you're standing in front of a camera," Brough said, "it's a one way conversation. You're spouting Puma Fenty Rihanna Velvet off information. You're looking at a lens, but you get no feedback until you get off the set and then someone makes a phone call or sends an e mai.
ave a problem with discipline. "In fact, Brough has engaged in some unusual projects with his students, resulting in three Guinness World Records that he shares with them the world's largest slide rule, the world's largest loaf of bread and the world's longest paper clip. "Young people have dreams. I tell them to dream big, work hard and they'll be successful. "When we did the paper clip project, a huge semi drove up to the school with pallets containing 2 million paper clips. The students had ordered them without telling us. "Brough started teaching at Springville Junior High School in 1975. Three years later, he took a position as director of research at Mark Eubank's WeatherBank Inc. because he loves weather. At the time, Eubank worked for KUTV Ch.