UHP trooper discovers 6 pounds of marijuana, kief during I-15 traffic stop near Cedar City

ST. GEORGE — A Utah Highway Patrol officer discovered 6 pounds of controlled substances and a “large amount” of drug paraphernalia after initiating a traffic stop Wednesday near Cedar City. According to the probable cause statement filed in support of the arrest, 27-year-old Jonathan Isrrael Martinez of Los Angeles was traveling north on Interstate 15 in a rental car just before 4 p.m. near mile marker 62 when UHP trooper Jesse Williams noticed he failed to properly signal when changing lanes. Williams initiated a traffic stop, at which point Martinez told him the car was a rental but was unable to produce the agreement. The California native said he was driving to Arkansas to work at a bakery, the report said, adding Martinez told Williams he planned to return the car once he got there. Williams called the rental company and found that the car was due to be returned to a California branch in five days. The officer called for a K-9 to be sent to his location. Martinez gave officers consent to search his car and said he was responsible for everything in the vehicle but told officers he did not have a medical marijuana card. A certified K-9 was deployed and alerted to the scent of...

Your computer is an important energy consumer in your home. Can you save energy when using

Your computer is an important energy consumer in your home. Can you save energy when using it? This article offers a few tips. You only know how much electricity you use if you have a way to measure it. And only if you measure it can you minimize its use. A voltmeter gives you this ability. You can buy one for only $25 US at Amazon. You plug the voltmeter into the wall socket, then plug the device you want to measure into the voltmeter. To measure how much electricity all your computer equipment uses, plug it all into a power strip, and plug the power strip into the voltmeter. If you’re like me, when you get your new voltmeter you’ll run around the house and measure the power consumption of everything in sight. You’ll quickly find ways to minimize your use of electricity, powering off some appliances and using others less. With your computer you’ll discover: It’s tough to generalize about computer power consumption because it varies so widely. (That’s why you bought the voltmeter!) Most desktop computer systems consume between 70 and 200 watts while in use, while laptops often burn between 15 and 60 watts. Both figures include typical LCD displays. View this power consumption ch...

Introducing the Heatseeker Vortex inverter heat pumps

As the needs and lifestyle of consumers change, so do the demands for pool heating. The advancement of inverter heat pump technology sees us take the next step beyond the national award-winning Heatseeker Nova series and introduce the new Heatseeker Vortex range. Heatseeker Vortex is our domestic and commercial range of inverter heat pumps that provide enhanced performance and reduced electrical consumption. Offering outstanding performance at a great price, the Heatseeker Vortex inverter heat pump is the perfect entry-level solution. The Heatseeker Vortex inverter heat pumps are designed to heat the pool by extracting heat from the outside air. The unique and innovative DC inverter technology uses a variable speed compressor which offers greater efficiency and lower operating costs. The spiral titanium heat exchanger combined with the super-quiet operation and soft start technology further enhances the efficiency and lifespan of the Heatseeker Vortex heat pump. For the consumer looking for a premium heating solution, the Heatseeker VortexPro offers even greater performance. The Heatseeker VortexPro offers the ability to dynamically vary the working frequency of the inverter com...

Jamie Oliver reveals the BEST way to organise your fridge

We’ve all been guilty of wasting food, especially when the hot weather spoils fresh groceries even more quickly than normal. But now TV chef Jamie Oliver, 43, has shared advice for how you can avoid throwing anything edible away to make the most of your leftovers and prevent food waste.  His top tip is how you can organise your fridge so that the groceries inside will keep even longer than normal – which means never keeping milk or any dairy product in the fridge door. Jamie Oliver has shared some top tips for preventing food waste including his advice on the best way to organise your fridge. He advises keeping meat and fish in the bottom of your fridge and dairy in the middle. Juices and condiments can go in the fridge door  Jamie, who partnered with fridge-freezer makers Hotpoint to share his food waste prevention tips, told FEMAIL: ‘The temperature varies in any fridge as heat rises, so keep your meat and fish in the cooler part at the bottom, and foods like dairy in the middle.  ‘Make sure you keep cooked meat on a separate shelf to any raw meat and keep the raw stuff on your lowest shelf.  ‘The door is the warmest area of the fridge that is ex...

20 beautiful photos of manatees in honor of Manatee Awareness Month

These gentle giants have captured our imagination for centuries. They’re the animals Christopher Columbus likely saw when he reported seeing mermaids swimming in the ocean near the Dominican Republic in 1493 — although the supposed mermaids were “not as beautiful as they are represented,” the explorer wrote. Though the manatee has no natural predators, these slow creatures were on the endangered species list for years due to human activity like hunting and boating. However, these intelligent mammals are making a comeback and were taken off the endangered species list in 2017, though they are still considered threatened. With November 1 marking the beginning of Manatee Awareness Month, here are 20 breathtaking pictures of manatees. Welded Steel Tube, Seamless Steel Pipe, Galvanized Pipe – XinYue Group,https://www.xinyuesteel.com/

Dallas Invents: 168 Patents Granted for Week of Aug. 13 » Dallas Innovates

Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patent activity out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: • AmerisourceBergen’s pharmaceutical management and tracking • AT&T’s apparatus for enriching metadata via a network • Encryptics’ digital rights management of documents • IBM’s secure medication delivery • Med Hab’s dual case for fall detection device • MWD-IP Holdings’ nuclear waste storage and monitoring • ShockWatch’s wireless environmental sensor • Varidesk’s leaning chair • Toyota’s methods for determining user frustration with voice control Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of future economic growth, as well as the development of emerging markets and talent attraction. By tracking both inventors and assignees in the region, we aim to provide a broader view of the region’s inventive activity. Listings are organized by Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC).  SanDisk Technologies LLC (Addison) 21 Texas Instru...

Here’s how to buy Tiger Woods’ ‘Frank’-themed hat, shirt and headcover

As Tiger Woods inches ever-nearer to his record-tying 82nd PGA Tour victory, and you’re getting swept into Tiger Woods mania, Nike’s new Frank-themed apparel may have caught your eye along the way. Fans first spotted Tiger wearing the apparel at the 2019 Masters and immediately freaked out for it. It’s part of a new custom logo line that Nike’s has been pushing throughout the year, and Tiger’s not the only one who’s been sporting it. Rory has donned shirts with different logos at various points throughout the season. But we’re not talking Rory. We’re talking Tiger. There are three main items you can buy with his headcover logo featured, and here’s where to find each. The hat, probably my favorite item of this collection, is simple and perfectly on-point: A black hat, with the Frank logo squarely in the middle of the crown. Tiger doesn’t where this model when he’s competing but you’ll spot him in it at various other points off the course. You can find it for $35 at Dick’s Sporting Goods. And because Dick’s is currently offering free shipping on orders over $25, you won’t be picking up any extra costs there. Or maybe you’ve got enough hats and want something a little different. P...

Fighting Dirty: Comparing Ford, Chevy, Jeep, And Toyota Trucks Off-Road

After years of neglect, the mid-size truck market is finally getting the love it deserves thanks to great new entries from Chevrolet, Ford, and Jeep, which join familiar players from Nissan and Toyota. Off-road enthusiasts are always excited for new toys, so the arrival of the Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Ranger, and Jeep Gladiator, each of which boasts a rough-and-tumble trim, have them ready to hit the trails. With so much change happening in this segment, we just had to know how the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, Ford Ranger FX4, and Jeep Gladiator Rubicon compare to one another, as well as to the class elder: the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. Our friends Phil and Karla Van der Vossen were kind enough to facilitate the opportunity to answer this question by way of the third annual “Trail Trek Tour” off-road media drive at the 6,500-acre Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) off-road course in Coal Township, Pennsylvania. Here, we safely and responsibly put the trucks to the test on the site’s tough trails, hill climbs, and rock crawls. Toyota happily points out that the Tacoma is America’s best-selling mid-size truck for 12 years in a row. Of course, the Tacoma also feels 12 years old...

A lot of workshops have experience with stability control systems and a lot of workshops have

A lot of workshops have experience with stability control systems and a lot of workshops have none, so Diesel Workshop is running a series of FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS. The fitment of such systems has been sporadic in the past. This situation is about to change with the mandatory fitting of some form of stability control making its way through to law. Now anyone dealing with truck and trailer maintenance has to be up to speed with just what the implications are of fitting these kinds of systems onto a vehicle. Diesel Workshop would like to thank and acknowledge the Australian Trucking Association’s (ATA) Technical Industry Council whose Technical Advisory Procedure (TAP) is the reference on which this article was based. The aim is to provide trucking operators with key information about the fitment and operation of stability control systems for improved vehicle safety. ANSWER: Yes and no. An EBS system with full functionality includes a steering angle sensor and additional controls within the brake system, putting it beyond almost all suppliers due to both complexity and cost. But basic stability control or roll stability control is far simpler and typically once auto...

Ecuador’s economy shell-shocked by China shrimp ban

Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest news & analysis on China, Latin America and the environment Assine nossa newsletter para ler as últimas notícias e análises sobre China, América Latina e o meio ambiente. Suscribite a nuestro newsletter para las últimas noticias y análisis sobre China, América Latina y el ambiente In September, Ecuador’s economy was rattled when China banned its shrimp, the country’s second most profitable product after oil After two years of spectacular growth in Ecuador’s shrimp exports to China, they hit a roadblock over sanitary concerns (image: Ecuadorian National Chamber of Aquaculture (CNA)). Sales of shrimp from Ecuador to China were worth over US$1 billion between January and August this year but were suddenly halted in September for sanitary reasons, casting uncertainty over the trade. Almost a month after Chinese authorities imposed a ban in response to apparent outbreaks of diseases known as yellow head and white spot, only one of Ecuador’s five companies originally sanctioned to export shrimp is still authorised to do so. The rest are only permitted to sell cooked shrimp meat. Ecuadorean producers – many of whom are small and medi...

It is proposed that this filing will become effective on October 8, 2019 pursuant to paragraph

It is proposed that this filing will become effective on October 8, 2019 pursuant to paragraph (b) of Rule 485 at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Beginning on January 1, 2021, as permitted by regulations adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, paper copies of a fund’s shareholder reports will no longer be sent by mail, unless you specifically request paper copies of the reports from the fund or from your financial intermediary, such as a financial advisor, broker-dealer or bank. Instead, the reports will be made available on a website, and you will be notified by mail each time a report is posted and provided with a website link to access the report. If you already elected to receive shareholder reports electronically, you will not be affected by this change and you need not take any action. You may elect to receive shareholder reports and other communications from a fund electronically, by contacting your financial intermediary. For Fidelity customers, visit Fidelity’s web site or call Fidelity using the contact information listed below. You may elect to receive all future reports in paper free of charge. If you wish to continue receiving paper copies of your sharehold...

Dec 21 – OpenCFD Releases OpenFOAM v1812 Dec 21 – Soft8Soft Releases Verge3D v2.9 for 3ds

Dec 21 – OpenCFD Releases OpenFOAM v1812 Dec 21 – Soft8Soft Releases Verge3D v2.9 for 3ds Max Dec 21 – Onshape Updates Drawings, Activity List Dec 21 – Autodesk to Acquire BuildingConnected Dec 21 – Autodesk Acquires PlanGrid for Construction Dec 21 – MagiCAD Cloud Introduces 6K New BIM Objects Dec 21 – Moticont Releases GVCM-051-025-01 Linear Voice Coil Motor Dec 21 – Curtiss-Wright Announces FTP160 Exlar Electric Press Actuator Dec 21 – Universal Robots Wins ‘Labor Ergonomics’ Award Dec 21 – Vero Releases SMIRT 2019 R1 Dec 21 – Aurora Labs, WorleyParsons Partner for Metal 3D Printing Dec 21 – 343 Industries Partners with Limbitless Dec 21 – Aleph Objects Appoints Grant Flaharty as CEO Dec 21 – DZ Group Selects Centric for PLM Dec 21 – NSF Announces Awards for Soft Robotics Research Dec 20 – CL3VER Unveils Cloud Solution Based on NVidia RTX Dec 20 – Maplesoft Appoints Dr. Laurent Bernardin as President, CEO Dec 20 – Autodesk Updates BIM 360 Project Management Dec 20 – Autodesk Rendering Updated for Revit Dec 20 – Woolpert Announces Corporate Restructure for Growth Dec 20 – Optimal-Engineering Releases AU200-100×100 XY Stages Dec 20 – KEB Automation Introduces COMBIVERT S6 Range...

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