Features

The Wolf News

Bringing listeners “Cariboo News First”, with a mix of veteran news anchors,and beat reporters, providing clear concise,and comprehensive information packages.  The Wolf is the Cariboo’s reliable, live daily source for up to the minute local news and information. View News Page

The Wolf Sports

We cover the big leagues and the local leagues. Plus we have the most comprehensive rodeo reports available throughout the Cariboo during the season.

The Wolf Weather

On Highway 97 in the Cariboo, you can experience numerous weather conditions in just one hour. Weather is a way of life in the Cariboo and that’s why we  have Wolf Weather in all of our news packages as well as each hour throughout the day.

Spirit of the West

Tune in for the horse training file, Baxter Black with his interesting takes on world events, music of the west, interviews with people in the ranching industry and from the equipment industry. Spirit of the West is heard Sunday mornings at 9 am and Sunday evening at 7 pm.  Your host is Hugh McLennan.

Sounds Canadian

Every Saturday night at 7 Canadian country recording artist Aaron Pritchett hosts an hour of Canada’s best country music with the latest Canadian country music news.  www.soundscanadian.com

Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40

He has twice been named the CMA’s National Broadcast Personality of the Year, his show received Billboard’s Network/Syndicated Program of the Year award no fewer than 16 times. The Country Top 40 can be heard Saturdays from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm and Sundays from 12 pm - 4 pm.

ET Radio Minute

Hosted by Mary Hart and Mark Steines, ET Radio Minute features the latest entertainment news highlights, including inside information and breaking stories from the worlds of movies, television, music and fashion.  Heard Monday through Friday at 10:50 a.m. and 5:50 p.m.

Cariboo Life

It’s where we live, it’s what we do, and it’s where we are. The Wolf keeps our listeners informed 5 times daily with Cariboo Life, an up to date list of events and happenings throughout the Cariboo. Visit Cariboo Life Page

Altville

Altville is a weekly two-hour radio show hosted by Buzz Brainard. It combines the best in alternative,progressive and insurgent country with Americana and roots rock. It’s where music is going. We give The Wolf listeners a taste of Lyle Lovett, Lucinda Williams, Pat Green Alison Krauss, Jack Ingram, Rodney Crowell, The Mavericks, and Sheryl Crow. Listen for Altville on Sundays from 5 pm to 7 pm on the Wolf!

Score Golf Show

More Canadians are playing and following golf than ever before—and the SCORE Golf Show with Bob Weeks can bring this audience to you. The SCORE Golf Show offers something for players at every level. You will hear updates on new golf equipment, helpful information from teaching pros on how to improve their game, plus chats with PGA and LPGA players including Mike Weir, Tiger Woods, Phil  Mickelson, Lee Westwood, Paula Creamer, Michelle Wie and many more. The editor of SCORE Golf Magazine and host of SCORE Golf TV, Bob Weeks has been covering the world of golf for over 20 years. In this time, he has traveled the world, attending major tournaments, visiting the world’s best golf courses and interviewing the game’s top players. An award winning writer, his work has appeared in SCORE Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Maclean’s Magazine and many other national and international publications. Listen weekdays at 7:50 am and 4:50 pm for Bob Weeks and the Score Golf Show

The Necessity of Analyzing Hydrogen Sulfide

Many people underestimate the value of the right h2s analyzer. 'H2S' stands for 'hydrogen sulfide.' Some people think that the analysis of hydrogen sulfide is uniform in nature. However, these analyzers will actually be compatible with different applications. The people who think that they will work just as well for all applications are wrong, and they might be costing themselves a lot of money in the process. Hydrogen sulfide is a tremendous hazard, and being able to analyze it and detect its presence is important.


Detecting and Eliminating Hydrogen Sulfide

When it comes to the quality control of products, the right h2s analyzer is essential. Anyone who works with natural gas or crude petroleum will have to deal with hydrogen sulfide, which is naturally occurring in these contexts. In organic chemistry contexts, hydrogen sulfide can also be a hazard, because the decomposition of organic matter can lead to the release of hydrogen sulfide. Hydrogen sulfide is also a problem when animal waste of all kinds is involved. All products will decrease in value when they are contaminated with higher levels of hydrogen sulfide, making it a demonstrably important hazard to eliminate from a purely economic standpoint.

It is actually possible to detect the exact concentration of the hydrogen sulfide in a natural gas product. As long as people choose the right analyzer, they should be able to get a sense of the work involved with making any product ready. It's possible to scrub out the hydrogen sulfide in order to make the finished product more valuable and effective. Anyone who properly understands all of the different varieties of hydrogen sulfide analysis tools will manage to save a lot of money, which is why the products for analyzing hydrogen sulfide are so economically valuable.

Some laboratories and manufacturing facilities have a low elevation, which can make them particularly vulnerable to dense and heavy compounds like hydrogen sulfide. Laboratories and manufacturing facilities that are poorly ventilated can have even more issues with hydrogen sulfide. The safety of the people who work in these areas can be threatened in situations where the hydrogen sulfide levels are not properly analyzed and controlled. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration specifically focuses on hydrogen sulfide as one of the hazards that employers need to address. As such, tools for analyzing hydrogen sulfide are important to a wide range of different industries.