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Every winter, one of the coolest things people are doing is throwing boiling water into the air. The water rapidly evaporates into vapor that immediately condenses into a cloud. This happens because boiling water is closer to evaporating than cold water, so when you throw extremely hot water into a very cold, very dry atmosphere the droplets of water are able to cool off fast and evaporate. Mike Robertson threw boiling water into the air while Catherine Van Tine Marcinek photographed him in action.
A rainfall warning is in effect for the Vancouver area, but stops just before the Fraser Valley
WWF report found the Okanagan is inadequately protected despite being a hotspot for at-risk species
A selection of property crimes submitted weekly by the Delta Police Department
Emails obtained by FOI show discussions with YMCA.
Tickets are now on sale at Process 4 circle arts Gallery, LDFC Printing and Stationery and the Lakes Artisan Centre for "Anne of Green Gables: The Ballet" on Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the LDSS MPR. We expect this show to sell out, so if you are thinking about attending, get your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Watch for more details on this performance, coming soon!
The Clearwater Council directed the administration to proceed with a grant application for $65,000 to complete a Flood Hazard Mapping and Risk Assessment on the Clearwater River. The money comes from the UBCM 2020 Community Emergency Preparedness Fund - Flood Risk Assessment, Flood Mapping, and Flood Mitigation Planning.
No one home at time, two dogs, cat are OK
HHSE concert was postponed due to bad weather last week
The capital project at the Kal Lake Pump House to make it flood-resistant is near completion
Four vehicles involved, three people were injured
Homeowners happy with bi-weekly service, if City starts organic waste collection
Luckily, no firefighters were seriously injured during last week's weather warnings
The $1.9 million in funding was provided by Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Environment Canada is urging caution when driving
More residents are making alternative arrangements to settle their debts
Truck removed Sunday, Jan. 19, with specialized equipment to upright vehicle
Bridge Recovery Services seek support for youth dealing with lack of treatment facilities.
A meeting is planned for February about Canadian Sport School - Penticton
All 176 people on board the Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 were killed