Hudson’s Hope is taking steps to prepare for another large rainfall event this weekend, after Environment Canada issued a rainfall warning for the Peace.Although the district itself did not suffer a significant amount of damage, Manager of Protective Services Alan Stebbing says it attempted to ensure transportation corridors to both Chetwynd and Fort St. John were kept open and nearby residents stranded by the storm were helped.- Advertisement -Stebbing says he knows of about four or five residents that were affected by overland flooding and the district has provided them with information on the provincial Disaster Financial Assistance program.Currently, he says the District is keeping in contact with Environment Canada, the B.C. River Forecast Centre and the Provincial Emergency Program. He also says district crews are preparing for the upcoming rain by removing debris from various culverts to ensure they do not become blocked.Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for the Peace, with rain expected to start late Thursday and continue throughout the weekend until Tuesday. Although much of the rain is expected to hit both the south and central areas, the north will also experience a considerable amount of rain, with upwards of 30 millimetres over Friday and Saturday.
Head coach Jennie Baranczyk, who will begin her eighth season at the helm of Drake women’s basketball, has posted an impressive 152-76 (.667) record with the Bulldogs. She returns nine letterwinners from a season ago and welcomes five newcomers to the program. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s basketball team hosted its annual media day on Tuesday, Oct. 15 afternoon inside the Shivers Basketball Practice Facility. Photo Gallery Story Links The Bulldogs open the season with an exhibition against Central Missouri at the Knapp Center on Oct. 29. After another tune-up contest against Simpson College, Drake opens the regular season with three-straight games against teams that made the NCAA Tournament a year ago. Excitement surrounds the program as the Bulldogs won their third-straight Missouri Valley Conference regular season title in 2018-19, marking the first three-peat in program history and just the fifth in MVC history. Drake won 27 games and qualified for its third-consecutive and 13th-overall NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs aim in 2019-20 to go dancing for the fourth-straight year, which would be a first for the program. Rhine (1,654 career points) and Hittner (1,565) will both strive to join a prestigious club of 2,000-point scorers, an achievement accomplished four times in Drake history and eight times in MVC history. Hittner, the two-time reigning Jackie Stiles MVC Player of the Year, can become just the third MVC player ever to win the award three times. Seniors Becca Hittner and Sara Rhine lead the group of returnees and are set for their final go-rounds at Drake. Last season, the decorated duo became just the second set of teammates to lead the Valley in scoring, with Hittner posting a league-best 19.7 points per game and Rhine finishing second with 18.3 points. The Bulldogs host South Dakota State on Nov. 8 and Iowa State on Nov. 10 before traveling to South Dakota on Nov. 13. Print Friendly Version