Speaker Announces House Will Not Consider So-Called “Advanced Recycling” Bill

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 GoLocalProv News Team View Larger + Speaker of the House Joe Shekarchi PHOTO: GoLocal On Tuesday morning, GoLocal published a story about growing opposition to a bill that opponents say would allow for the unregulated burning of plastics and what proponents call an innovation to recycle plastic products. “The House will … Read more

Several viewing opportunities of the International Space Station through the end of June

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – The International Space Station’s orbit around Earth will bring it over the Texoma allowing for several great viewing opportunities, which is ultimately dependent on cloud cover. It will appear as a bright star that will move quickly across the sky. The night sky forecast rest of the week will be mostly … Read more

Summer 2022: the best is yet to come

The start of the season rhymed with unstable and changing. A glimmer of hope, however, appears after the solstice. During the second half of the summer, we could move to a positive scenario marked by more favorable conditions. ALSO READ: Exclusive overview: three words will mark the summer in Quebec Shunned by the heat dome … Read more

The vase overflows in June

Since the beginning of June, it has rained several times in Quebec, especially in large quantities during recent storms. As a result, several regions are currently exceeding their monthly average rainfall. A well-watered June The west, center, and a portion of southern Quebec have already exceeded their average rainfall for June. On the southwest side, … Read more

Yellowstone River flooding is a 1 in 500-year event, US Geological Survey says

Unprecedented rain and rapid snowmelt in recent days have caused rivers in parts of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho to burst their banks, swallowing bridges and sweeping away entire sections of roadway. More than 10,000 visitors to Yellowstone National Park have been forced to evacuate. All entrances to the park are expected to remain closed until … Read more

Disappointing June, even worse July

In short: July mimics a disappointing June once in a while; Even July can be disappointing on its own; July can also redeem the summer. When June disappoints In 2022, June is somewhat disappointing, at least as far as our perception in general is concerned. The heat and good weather made some timid manifestations, never … Read more

Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society to head Utah’s new $ 40M Great Salt Lake program

The Great Salt Lake as seen on Feb. 15. A new Utah program aims to protect and enhance water levels in the Great Salt Lake in an effort to avoid environmental disaster. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes This article is published through the Great Salt Lake Collaborative, a solutions journalism … Read more

WeatherMedia – IN PICTURES – Big hail, floods: thunderstorms sow havoc

Before hitting Quebec, thunderstorms broke out in Ontario. Uprooted trees, major property damage and power outages were reported on Thursday afternoon. Some of the damage on Highway 12 near Duffs rd. #onstorm #onwx @NTP_Reports pic.twitter.com/2XzzfxFOfj Some of the damage on Highway 12 near Duffs rd. Alex Todd 🌪 on Twitter: “Some of the damage on … Read more

Quebec will know something it hasn’t seen in a long time

Sunday, June 12, 2022 at 1:28 PM – A summer-worthy heat will be ours in the next few days, but it won’t last long. The first days of June took place in a rather tenacious coolness. The heat was indeed trapped in the north of the country. Temperatures have been close to 30 ° C … Read more

‘It’s bitter … but sweet’: Beloved SLC business to relocate after 42 years near Trolley Square

The interior of Modern Displays in Salt Lake City. The family-owned business announced Thursday it is relocating to a larger location in Murray after 42 years at its current location in Salt Lake City. (Modern Displays) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – It’s safe to say Modern Display has been a fixture … Read more