Pic via – Linda Francis – Facebook WORK RESUMES ON INTAKE By WENDY FRASER Parts for the District of Lillooet’s water intake structure began arriving by truck at the Cayoosh Creek Campground this morning. The District says four truckloads containing sections of the structure are expected to arrive today. The Lillooet News was taken on a tour of the construction site this morning by the District’s Public Works Department. Via – Bridge River Lillooet News Two major pieces of the intake structure, shown sitting side-by-side in this photo, will be installed side-by-side in Seton River
There are gaping holes in the story about the largest terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11 An exclusive WhoWhatWhy investigation has found serious factual inconsistencies in accounts provided by the only witness to the alleged confession of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
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Finally the Pike River coal mine explosion explained a bit, and yes, it’s a crime scene. Unheard audio from Pike River leaked www.3news.co.nz Previously unheard audio that reveals breakdowns, missing equipment and a gas leak has been revealed.
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by Maria-José Viñas, NASA Earth Science News Team, March 5, 2014 Beaufort Sea surface temperatures where Canada’s Mackenzie River discharges into the Arctic Ocean, measured by NASA’s MODIS instrument. The top image is from June 14, 2012