|Making Your Own Cool Entertainment
Near boiling water is thrown from a cup into the sky and quickly turns to crystals. Cold water will not create the same effect. (But be careful because some droplets can still feel hot if they land on someone or an animal.) Another interesting experiment if someone is looking for more excitement in the middle of the frozen prairies is the discovery of blowing soap bubbles (warm up the solution) to then watch the bubbles freeze. ©Provost News Photo.
More photos in the January 3, 2018 print edition of The Provost News.
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More pictures, stories can be found in the print edition of The Provost News, January 3, 2018 including:
• Summary of Births, Deaths and Marriages: For the 87th consecutive year, The Provost News has compiled a summary of vital statistics of births, deaths, marriages and anniversaries as recorded in its just-completed year.
• Calgary-based Karve Energy Inc. donates $1,000 to the Provost and District Ministerial Association’s food bank.
• Town Council Supports ‘Provost’s got Talent’ Project
• Agriculture Columnist Looks at Future Use of Glyphosate
• Cow Shot, Dies
• Police Investigate Mischief to Vehicles
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