PATENTS AWARDED – Northwest Arkansas Democrat

November 13, 2017 / 0 comments

U.S. patents released to Arkansans Nov. 7 Patent 9,807,928 B1. Limb and Branch Trimming Apparatus. Issued to Joseph W. Stout of Benton. Patent 9,808,909 B2. Orifice for a Waterjet Cutter. Issued to Pradeep Nambiath of Rogers and David S. Wootton of Joplin, Mo. Assigned to KMT Waterjet Systems Inc. of Baxter Springs, Kan. Patent 9,808,931…

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PATENTS AWARDED

November 12, 2017 / 0 comments

U.S. patents released to Arkansans Nov. 7 Patent 9,807,928 B1. Limb and Branch Trimming Apparatus. Issued to Joseph W. Stout of Benton. Patent 9,808,909 B2. Orifice for a Waterjet Cutter. Issued to Pradeep Nambiath of Rogers and David S. Wootton of Joplin, Mo. Assigned to KMT Waterjet Systems Inc. of Baxter Springs, Kan. Patent 9,808,931…

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Filegear: World’s Fastest Organizer for Photos, Music, and Docs Funded on Kickstarter

November 11, 2017 / 0 comments

San Francisco, CA – On Oct 17 2017, Doug Walter launched a Kickstarter debate for Filegear, an intelligent device that automatically syncs and organizes all your critical files from your smartphone, offline tough drives, Google Docs, DropBox, and more. Filegear syncs all behind into one place in a approach that’s easy to suffer and share…

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De-clutter your space for increasing capability — Keeping it Real Estate

November 10, 2017 / 0 comments

Home organization. For some, these are unwashed words, a subject to be avoided. Best not to plead a appearing raise of aged toys and garments in a garage. Maybe if we don’t speak about it, it will usually go divided — solemnly interesting into a petrify never to be seen again. Although it is doubtful…

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Corpus Christi male gets scarcely 15 years in fake drugs case

November 9, 2017 / 0 comments

By MATTHEW TAMEZ Acting U.S. Attorney Abe Martinez has announced that 37-year aged Corpus Christi proprietor James Richard Santos Jr. has perceived a 174-month judgment for possession with vigilant to discharge fake cannabinoids and illegally possessing a semi-automatic rifle. Due to his mixed before convictions, sovereign law prohibits Santos from possessing a firearm or ammunition…

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Preparing to sparkle: Organizers set adult for Bear Lake’s annual Sparkle in a Park

November 9, 2017 / 0 comments

BEAR LAKE — Before it can sparkle, a small bend douse contingency be applied. The 13th annual Sparkle in a Park began to take figure Monday morning in a Village of Bear Lake. Philip Jaquish and Randy Johnson were bustling scheming a opening of a arriving holiday attraction, that strictly starts on Nov. 25. “We have good…

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Entergy opposes due decommissioning fee

November 8, 2017 / 0 comments

By Andy MetzgerSTATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE Without sufficient supports for safely decommissioning a Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, a state could be left holding a self-evident (glowing) bag once a plant ceases operations, environmental activists warned lawmakers Monday, seeking them to levy a $25 million annual price on a hire if it misses deadlines. The plant…

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$25 million a year decommissioning price due for Pilgrim chief plant

November 7, 2017 / 0 comments

Andy Metzger, State House News Service BOSTON — Without sufficient supports for safely decommissioning a Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, a state could be left holding a self-evident (glowing) bag once a plant ceases operations, environmental activists warned lawmakers Monday, seeking them to levy a $25 million annual price on a hire if it misses deadlines. The…

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Home Design Mistakes a Professional Organizer Would Judge You For

November 6, 2017 / 0 comments

Professional organizers might silently decider we when they enter your home. In their heads, they might be organizing your stuff. Find out what organizers initial notice in your home. Plus, how we can make your home some-more organized. A full cloak rack Store mixed coats in a closet instead. | Danilo_/iStock/Getty Images If your cloak…

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Disasters enthuse cut behind of ‘stuff’

November 5, 2017 / 0 comments

As Hurricane Irma barreled toward Florida final month, Stephanie Kurleman and her family packaged adult 3 cars and evacuated to a friend’s home. “I suspicion we wouldn’t come behind to anything,” Kurleman said, recalling a impulse her family gathering divided from Clearwater Beach. In further to a basics, she pronounced they collected documents, photos, her…

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