OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Wild Times at the Roof Garden
The list of performers at the Roof Garden from the 1950s to 1987 reads like a who's who of rock and roll.
I kept my article on Tom Tourville's fantastic presentation about the Roof Garden short, but I... Posted on 10/19/09 at 7:57 AM
WILLMAR - If you think you’ve never seen so many icicles sparkling in the sun as you have lately, you’re probably right. This is the time of year when conditions are best for icicle formation and the problem they often reveal: Ice dams.
Tom Cherveny, West Central Tribune
, February 18, 2010
Snow and ice weigh heavy on Worthington WORTHINGTON — The accumulated weight of snow and ice caused problems in Worthington Friday when an awning collapsed downtown and, in a separate incident, a roof collapsed at the old Flower Lane greenhouse.
WORTHINGTON — The recent warm-up has certainly helped melt some of the snow that has accumulated in southwest Minnesota this winter, but it has also resulted in a freezing and thawing on roofs that could cause considerable damage if ice dams have already built up.
What should you do if you have too much snow on your roof? The simple answer is to get it off as soon as possible. Generally there is some time between a large snowfall event and possible structural failure. Unfortunately, one good way to remove snow from a roof is to physically get up on the roof and push the snow off with a shovel or broom.
Larry Jacobson and Kevin Janni, University of Minnesota Extension
, January 05, 2010
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