Boil water advisory for Town of Bentley
Town of Bentley is under a boil water advisory as of Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The town’s Facebook page recommends residents bring water to a rolling boil for at least one minute prior to using it for domestic purposes like drinking, brushing teeth, washing raw foods and making infant formula.
The advisory has been issued as a precautionary measure until the safety of water can be assured.
Early Tuesday afternoon, a post had noted there were issues with the town’s water system.
Ken Fry, a Central Alberta entomologist and an instructor at School of Animal Science and Horticulture at Olds College, will speak about various insects and their species at Margaret Parsons Theatre at Red Deer College on April 12.
Bugs 101: The Good, the Not-so-Good, and the What-The-Heck-Are-You-Doing-Here?
will be of interest to those who love spending time in their gardens, yards or anywhere in nature.
“There’s lots of predators out there – lady beetles are the most commonly understood by the general public but there are so many more,” he said.
Fry will touch on bug-basics like talking about specific insects and discussing whether they are pests or predators or decomposers.
Like butterflies fascinate many of us, especially children, but these aloof little insects aren’t as good pollinators as bees.