Thursday, December 12, 2013


Concerned over winter deaths, new group plans to open emergency shelter in Bethel | Alaska Dispatch
Eva Malvich spearheaded the project after at least three people died of exposure last winter. Some were found dead in unheated buildings in the community of 6,000
St. George breaks long-held winter weather records | |
ST. GEORGE – Since Saturday morning, St. George has experienced the most severe winter weather the region has seen in living memory. Record snowfalls and record low temperatures have driven residents indoors and area stores can’t keep up with the sudden demand for sleds, snow shovels, and ice-melt. Just how unusual has the weather been for Southern Utah? Meteorologists say that you’d have to go back around 100 years to see anything quite like it.
Record-breaking cold parks buses, bursts pipes; Fuel won’t flow in La Pine buses; water soaks Tumalo classroom
Denice Blake, director of transportation for the district, said the cold caused biodiesel mixed in with the diesel in many of the buses at the La Pine bus barn to turn to a gel, clogging fuel lines and filters.
Warning Signs: Environmentalism's Endless Lies
A recent FOE mailing stating that “Devastation from climate change has become all too frequent.”

This is simply an outright lie

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