Opinion Entertainment Obituaries Best of Carson City Lahontan Valley Special Sections Classifieds View Section >Jobs Real Estate Autos Place an AdWilliam (Bill) E. Werner, 85, peacefully passed away September 21, 2009, in Carson City. Born July 19, 1924, in Wellington, Nev., to Albert Raymond Werner and Audrey Atcheson Werner, Bill spent his life raising a family with his wife, Bette Smith, and pursuing his passion of building and repairing automobiles.

Et il y a les chiens. Parfois laisss sans laisse, autant dans nos espaces verts que sur les sentiers, par des matres qui ngligent de les ramener l’ordre. On peut galement voir leurs vestiges, abandonns btement sur le trottoir ou emballs dans des sacs remplissant nos poubelles publiques.

High School Science with Notebook PagesScience is a great place for adding in some notebook work for high schoolers. We use notebook pages for lab write ups with sketches and notes and for our extra reading in biographies and related topics. This year we are using notebook pages to record our work with the periodic table, creating notebook pages about the elements..

If you’re planning a camping trip soon, be sure to bring along an ALPS Mountaineering SideKick camp stool. At only 2 pounds, the camp stool can easily be taken anywhere and folds up flat for storage. The frame is made of an anodized aluminum frame and supports up to 200 pounds.

Having seen quite a bit lately on electrical people I felt I should share my findings with my readers. I know the first thing you are thinking, “What is an electrical person?” An electrical person is someone who has the ability to conduct electricity with their body, in some cases being able to take dozens on times as much current than an average person could. Such people are able to connect electrical wires from live outlets to their bodies and attach things like light bulbs to their ears, head, arms, etc and power them..

The noise in the water can mimic a fish in distress.The carnivorous fish are a subject of fascination and a target of scientific research. At Monmouth University, professor Keith Dunton partners with local fisherman to study shark populations in New Jersey.The research is important because shark populations are declining globally, but any new regulations on fishing need to be informed by science.Millions of sharks are dying each year. These scientists want to fix that.Led by a new philosophy for gathering scientific data, OCEARCH takes its latest shark chasing efforts to the mid AtlanticOCEARCH, the research organization that tracks Miss May and other sharks around the world, has also documented plenty of sharks in the waters between Cape May and Montauk known as the New York Bight.