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the Freight brokerage services Market The research report provides detailed observation of several aspects including growth rate, regional scope, and recent developments of key market players. The report offers Porter’s Five Forces, PESTEL, and market analysis to provide 360-degree research study on the global Freight Brokerage Services Market. The research study discusses important market strategies, future plans, market share growth and product portfolios of major companies. The copy of the final report provides the impact assessment of new COVID-19 pandemic in the freight brokerage services market as well as fluctuations during the forecast period.

The global freight brokerage market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 5.0% during the forecast period 2021 to 2025.

The major companies in the global freight brokerage services market are
England Logistics, TransAmerica Express Logistics, BNSF Logistics, Werner Enterprises, Mode Transportation, Schneider, Armstrong Transport, CH Robinson, Echo Global Logistics, NTG Freight, JB Hunt Transport, Landstar System, Allen Lund Company, Trinity Logistics, Transplace Inc., GlobalTranz , XPO Logistics, Coyote Logistics, Total Quality Logistics (TQL), MATSON and others.

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Full freight

LTL freight


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Brenda Lucas: Community News for Saturday June 12 | Features / Entertainment https://english-daily.com/brenda-lucas-community-news-for-saturday-june-12-features-entertainment/ Sat, 12 Jun 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://english-daily.com/brenda-lucas-community-news-for-saturday-june-12-features-entertainment/

54th: George and Gloria Hanna, longtime members of St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church and special friends, receive warmest congratulations and best wishes on their 54th wedding anniversary, which was celebrated on Friday. May their lives be richly blessed and their love strengthened as they work towards # 55.

SPEAKER: Matthew Terry, missionary in Liberia, West Africa, speaks during morning service on Sunday, June 13, at Westmoreland Baptist Church.

COURSE: Hospice of Huntington’s six-week virtual course on “The Nature of Grief: Healing and Honoring the Seasons of Life” ends at 1 pm on Tuesday, June 15th. Participants in the virtual event receive phone numbers and login links upon registration.

GRADUATES: Pea Ridge United Methodist Church salutes four graduates from local educational institutions. They are George McPhail Jr., University of West Virginia; and Maggie McPhail, Ty Stull and Heidy Taylor, all of Cabell Midland High School. As these young men and women enter the next chapter of their lives, God bless them in their future walk and endeavor.

ON: Although Deloris “Jeannie” Grieco was a bit annoying at times in our childhood, I loved (and continue to love) every part of her because she has become a blessing. This friend, heroine, confidante and “little sister” celebrates a birthday on Sunday June 13th. Remember, my sister, age is just a number – enjoy your special day and the others that follow.

GREETINGS: It’s like Harold Hill from Barboursville has had a second life… he was very ill, had serious surgery and is once again selling used cars. Knowing in the automotive world, Harold celebrates another birthday on Sunday June 13. May it be a great birthday filled with love, happiness, good health and fond memories.

68th: Pastor Jim Franklin and his wife Phillis of Mooresville, NC, celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary on Monday, June 14, with nearly 50 of those years heard on “Songs in the Night” airing on WEMM-FM 107.9 . At 92, the former resident of Milton, Huntington and Lesage and pastor of various local churches still calls his wife “my beautiful wife”. May this Christian couple never walk alone as they move towards the 70 mark in two years.

NAME: Caleb Evan Spry, of Fort Gay, who specializes in pre-biological / pre-medical illustration at Iowa State University, was one of more than 10,500 students named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester. To be eligible, students must have achieved a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50 on a scale of 4.0, while completing a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded coursework.

THREE: Carrie and Robbie Parsons of Forrest Burdette Memorial United Methodist Church in Hurricane, West Virginia, had three daughters who graduated from educational institutions this year. KrisAnna Parsons graduated from Winfield High and plans to attend Marshall University. Carly Miller and Claire Miller graduated from Marshall University with a BS in Nursing. Congratulations, ladies, on this achievement.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Buddy Beckett, Helen McClure, Harriet Tucker, Debbie Ayers, Jr. Barnhouse, Larry Courtright, Bailey Fearing, Casey Adkins, Brooke Powers, Kay Hall, Gus Meade, Rhonda Williams, Elizabeth Streets, Lamont Davis approaching 50 to 48, Lynwood Adkins celebrates mid-70s to 75, Fran Howard, Karen Vassar, Reverend Jim Shepherd, Joyce Bunch, Abigail Hensley, Hampton Hettlinger, Teague Christopher True.

BIRTHDAYS TODAY: Michael and Lynn Cooper, Mike and Susan McClung, Chris Branam and Cathy Slemp, Rick and Trudy Elam celebrate the 50th anniversary.

SUNDAY BIRTHDAYS: Maudie Karickhoff, Barry Brookshire, Josh Martin, Alma Johnson, Reverend Fred and Pat McCarty share same birthday, Josh Dibble 56, Kaitlin Phlegar, Kevin Dennison, Peggy Roach.

SUNDAY BIRTHDAYS: Gary and Becky Cooper, Russ and Debbie Lingenfelter, Dennie and Carolyn Starts.

MONDAY BIRTHDAYS: Teresa Abraham, Rhonda Scragg, Norman McClure, Janet Wallace, George Smith, Brian Cunningham, Haleigh Berry, Brian Knisely, Bethany Spurgeon, Melissa McDaniels, Hannah Clay at 24, Debby Midkiff, Elmer Harshbarger, Michael Sellards, Josh McGlone, Anna Reynolds, Edward Hinson.

MONDAY BIRTHDAYS: Bob and Doris Roberts, Charles and Lesley Shumaker (2003), Debbie and David Adkins.

CHUCKLE: Chuck was horrified when his wife told him that their 6-year-old wasn’t really theirs. Apparently he has to be more careful during the school bus.

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Rising Inflation No Problem, Junk Bond Yields Dip To All-Time High, Offer Negative “Real” Yields to Fed-Thirsty Investors https://english-daily.com/rising-inflation-no-problem-junk-bond-yields-dip-to-all-time-high-offer-negative-real-yields-to-fed-thirsty-investors/ Sat, 12 Jun 2021 00:56:15 +0000 https://english-daily.com/rising-inflation-no-problem-junk-bond-yields-dip-to-all-time-high-offer-negative-real-yields-to-fed-thirsty-investors/

The market is broken. Rules of “furious madness”.

By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET.

In these wonderful credit markets where everything is now completely derailed, the first thing that happened after the freak spectacle of CPI inflation hitting 5.0% was that junk bond yields were falling. fallen to new lows. Even the average yield on B-rated junk bonds – considered “highly speculative,” according to my corporate bond credit rating cheat sheet – fell below the CPI rate. When bond yields go down, bond prices go up and everyone has a great time.

The average yield on CCC-rated and lower bonds – ranging from “extremely speculative” to “default imminent with little prospect of recovery” – fell to a new record low of 6.83% at yesterday’s close, while investors apparently don’t. You don’t mind exposing their capital to the massive credit risks offered by CCC-rated and lower junk bonds, for a “real return” (adjusted for US inflation). CPI) of just 1.83%.

These CCC-rated and lower bonds are the only category in the spectrum of U.S. corporate bonds with an average yield of above the rate of inflation.

Everything else has negative real returns, where the purchasing power of capital is destroyed by inflation, while the returns are too low to compensate for this loss of purchasing power. And there is nothing, zilch, nada, in terms of compensation for the substantial risk of default and extinction in a debt restructuring.

The average yield on B-rated bonds – “highly speculative” – fell to a record low of 4.46%, or a negative real yield of -0.53%. And the average yield on bonds rated BB – “speculative non-investment grade” – fell to a record low of 3.27%, or a negative real yield of -1.73%.

Even if CPI inflation, after perhaps 5% on average this year, comes down again next year, as the Fed continues to promise, the purchasing power of the capital invested in these bonds would be reduced by 5%. % for the year, and the yield on those bonds bought at today’s prices would be lower than that, and the investor would be in the hole in real terms. And that doesn’t even take into account the risk of default:

So, on average, these are very unappetizing substances, except perhaps for short-term leveraged speculators who bet on even lower yields, despite soaring inflation, and who could then sell off the stocks. More expensive bonds (when yields fall, bond prices go up) to the biggest fool down the road.

But long-term investors – bond funds, pension funds, or insurance companies – buy bonds to hold them, usually to maturity. And those junk bonds at these yields today, given the credit risks of the companies that issued them, are a shit deal even though CPI inflation was 2% for the remainder of their maturity.

But now inflation has been rampant. The Fed is officially surprised at how fast it has jumped, having totally underestimated it in its previous statements. And they always say it’s just temporary, it will pass next year. And if that doesn’t pass next year, and if inflation doesn’t magically return to 2%, then the Fed will act surprised again.

What is permanent is that the purchasing power of these bonds is reduced by the current rate of inflation, and that the purchasing power will never rebound. It’s just a matter of how quickly purchasing power is declining further next year, 5% or 3% or 2% or whatever.

The return on interest payments is supposed to compensate investors for this loss of purchasing power, as well as for the risk of default – where they could lose much or all of their capital. But investors are hardly compensated.

Bottom Line: In Fed-designed failing credit markets drowning in a sea of ​​Fed-created liquidity that is now causing all kinds of problems in the banking system, the Fed is trying to control it with it through repurchase agreements. day to day, as investors try to find a place to put that money, and some accept zero or negative returns in the repo market, while others vigorously seek return wherever they can find it, whatever whatever the risks.

With so much excess liquidity flowing around, what else are investors supposed to do with their liquidity – even if inflation eats it up on a daily basis? It was a rhetorical question. Everyone is trying to find a place for it, but all assets are already overvalued and yields are already repressed below the inflation rate for most bonds, in markets that have been rightly described as “insanity.” furious “.

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Popmenu raises $ 65 million for its digital marketing and restaurant ordering platform https://english-daily.com/popmenu-raises-65-million-for-its-digital-marketing-and-restaurant-ordering-platform/ Fri, 11 Jun 2021 21:33:06 +0000 https://english-daily.com/popmenu-raises-65-million-for-its-digital-marketing-and-restaurant-ordering-platform/

Contextual menu, a digital marketing and ordering platform for restaurants, announced today that he raised a $ 65 million Series C funding round. The round was led by Tiger Global Management with participation from new investor Salesforce Ventures and existing investors Bedrock Capital, Base10 and Felicis Ventures. This brings the total amount of funding raised by Popmenu to $ 87.1 million.

Popmenu’s suite of online tools allows restaurants to build their own branded websites, with dynamic and interactive menus. Restaurants can also coordinate delivery or pickup, activate customer reviews, and generate follow-up digital marketing promotions. Popmenu also offers a contactless ordering software package (which is made more important by the pandemic) that allows customers to scan a QR code with their smartphones to view and order restaurant menus.

During last year’s pandemic, when dining halls were closed, the restaurant industry turned to delivery and take-out to stay alive. The easiest way to do this was to partner with a third-party delivery service like Uber Eats or DoorDash. But this easy path to delivery came at the cost of conveying both customer relationship (i.e. order and sales data) and the ability to control branding. . Some restaurant technology companies have even gone so far as to call the pandemic a “wake-up call” for restaurants where, how and by whom their data is accessed.

As an alternative to delivery markets, Popmenu presents itself as a tool that restaurants can use to control the customer journey from the moment that person lands on the person’s website until the moment they click the button to. order and their credit card is charged.

This rebuilding of the direct relationship between restaurants and consumers is something that many software services are touting these days, with everyone from Toast, Square, Olo and others offering some form of direct ordering capability. Squarespace’s recent acquisition of the Tock hotel management platform will likely add more competition to this space as well.

At the same time, however, the delivery services themselves are marketing their own “commission-free” ordering platforms. Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats have all announced a version of this concept with the goal of keeping restaurants (and their data) firmly rooted in their own ecosystems.

For its part, Popmenu says it will use the new funding to accelerate the development of its Popmenu Max, which complements its all-in-one solution with some AI-based functionality.

Joyce Spencer: Community News for Friday, June 11 | Features / Entertainment https://english-daily.com/joyce-spencer-community-news-for-friday-june-11-features-entertainment/ Fri, 11 Jun 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://english-daily.com/joyce-spencer-community-news-for-friday-june-11-features-entertainment/

FAREWELL: A farewell picnic was held on June 2 at Barboursville Park in honor of Chuck Minsker and Jeanette Rowsey for their contributions to Barboursville and the Tri-States. Minsker wrote a Herald-Dispatch column on video games for 14 years; produces the children’s information program, Kid’s Mag; and founded the First Stage Theater Company which has produced over 70 plays and musicals. Rowsey is the author of “The Lost Village of Barboursville; Was the Assistant Technical Coordinator of the West Virginia System of Care for eight years; and ran for the West Virginia House of Delegates in 2018 and 2020. The couple move to Texas to be close to their children. Barboursville Mayor Chris Tatum said June 2 would be officially recognized as Jeanette Day in The Village.

CONGRATULATIONS: Congratulations to Chloe Smalley, a rising freshman, honorary student and multisport athlete at Huntington High School, who was selected as the 2021 Miss Teen West Virginia Cupcake in the June 5 contest at Valley Park at Hurricane. She will rule the Hurricane Festival on August 27-28, and all proceeds will go to the WVU Children’s Hospital, which is a Children’s Miracle Hospital. Chloe’s proud parents are Jason and RaShawna Smalley, and proud grandparents are Jerry and Rhonda Smalley. This summer, Chloe is attending the West Virginia Governor’s STEM Institute. She plans to go to college and specialize in aerospace engineering.

81ST: Vicki Smith of East Pea Ridge celebrated her 81st birthday on June 7 with a Zoom party with the participation of 55 family members. They came from seven states: South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Florida, Georgia and West Virginia, and Washington, DC

TROU-IN-A: Congratulations to Candy Rollyson, who made her second hole-in-one on June 8th at the Bellefonte Country Club in Ashland. She hit the 125-yard No. 15 hole with a new iron. Her husband, Jeff, and three members of the BCC ground crew witnessed it.

BIRTHDAYS: Happy Birthday this week to Naomi Sparks, Sara Alexander, Ken Morris, Evan Worrell, Sherri Blackwell, Kasen Merritt, Janet Foss, Phyllis Argabrite, Vicki Smith, Jon Hoover, Roger Call, Delora Call, Buddy Beckett, Helen McClure, Rose Wolford, Capri Isabella Roma, Teague Christopher True, Sharon Thompson, Kay Hall, June Beckett, Joan Turner, Sean “Corky” Hammers, Beth “Buffy” Hammers, Tammy King, Coen Lilly, Shannon Lilly, Jackson Thomas, Melissa McDaniels, Jeff Townsend, Drew Wells, Lamont Davis, Rhonda Williams, Cory Maynard, Jesse Logan Hawks, Bethany Taylor, Stephanie Esque, Josh Dibble, Kristen Lyttle, Robert Miller, Danny Gardner and Steve Gold.

SPECIAL WISHES: Special birthday wishes to Dr Dorothy Hicks, who celebrated her birthday on Thursday; to twins Christopher and Brianna Evans, who are celebrating their 19th birthday today; to Michelle Byrd Shafer, whose 54th birthday is today; to Lynwood Adkins, who celebrates his 75th birthday on Saturday; and Reverend Fred and Pat McCarty, who share the same birthday Sunday.

BIRTHDAYS: The couples celebrating wedding anniversaries this week are Bobby and Colleen Thew, Corey and Molly Watson, Jim and Barbara Ellis, Jim and Ann Thornburg, William and Barbara Hale, Nick and Megan Anuszkiewisz, Rick and Lorri Jones, Jim and Kim Schmidt, Mike and Susan McClung, Jim and Janice Glenn, Steve and Terri Burgh, Steve and Susanne Powell, David and Debbie Adkins, Dennie and Carolyn Stark, Jay and Sarah Dunlap, Russ and Debbie Lingenfelter, Caleb and Jill Morris-Gibson, and Mike and Marlene Sheets, who turns 37 on June 15.

Send articles in this column to Joyce Spencer, 817 Main St., Barboursville, WV 25504, or fax 304-736-4522. His email address is jcspencer@msn.com.

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Morning News Call – India, June 11 https://english-daily.com/morning-news-call-india-june-11/ Fri, 11 Jun 2021 03:27:24 +0000 https://english-daily.com/morning-news-call-india-june-11/

To access a PDF version of this newsletter, please click here https://share.refinitiv.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_06112021.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter by email, please subscribe to: https: // solutions.refinitiv.com/MNCIndiaSubscriptionpage FACTORS TO MONITOR • 4:00 pm: Briefing from the Ministry of Health on the Covid-19 situation in New Delhi. • 5:00 pm: Sun TV Network management in a conference call with analysts following fourth quarter results. • 5:30 pm: The government will release April data on industrial production. INDIA TOP NEWS • Paytm, MakeMyTrip, Infosys Offer to Help India Book COVID Vaccines Paytm, Infosys and MakeMyTrip are among companies seeking approval in India to provide COVID-19 vaccine reservations online, the head of the government’s technology platform said, as the country tries to make it easier for its huge population to book hits. • India set to compensate foreign vaccine makers like Pfizer – sources India set to agree to grant foreign manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines such as Pfizer legal liability protection so he can use their vaccines in a vaccination campaign facing severe shortages, three government sources told Reuters. • Reliance says the FCCU unit at the Jamnagar refinery is closed, exports may be delayed. Reliance Industries said on Wednesday that a secondary unit at its export-oriented refinery in the western state of Gujarat had been closed since June 6, which could delay the shipment of some product shipments. • India offers 32 zones in latest small oil and gas auction India on Thursday launched its third small open field auction offering 32 contract zones with 75 oil and gas discoveries, said Anand Gupta, additional director general of the General Directorate of Hydrocarbons. • Young, Indian, unvaccinated: World’s largest vaccination campaign falters Following an increase in COVID-19 infections across the country in April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accelerated plans to expand the program and opened vaccinations from May 1 for people aged 18 to 18. 45 years old. As of June 4, India had provided at least one dose to around 50 million people between the ages of 18 and 44, which is only 8% of that population group. GLOBAL NEWS • G7 to donate billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine to poorest countries British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expects Group of Seven to agree to donate billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine to poorest countries at its summit beginning Friday, and help immunize the world by the end of next year. • Chinese ridesharing giant Didi sets the stage for New York mega-float Didi Chuxing, China’s largest ridesharing company, released its long-awaited U.S. stock exchange listing on Thursday, paving the way for what should be the largest initial public offering in the world this year. • “Beat Them”: Toshiba and Japan colluded against foreign investors, investigation reveals Toshiba Corp and Japanese government colluded to rely on foreign investors to support the company’s leadership during a key vote, according to an investigation which found an executive said they would ask the Commerce Department to “beat” a hedge fund. LOCAL MARKET OUTLOOK (as reported by NewsRise) • Nearest month SGX Nifty futures were trading up 0.1% to 15,785.00. • The Indian rupee is expected to trade higher against the dollar after the US and Asian markets ignored larger-than-expected increases in US consumer inflation. • Indian sovereign bond yields are expected to open lower, as the ratings included in the central bank’s debt purchase for next week were broadly in line with expectations, while a further decline in long-term US yields could also help the feeling. However, a sharp drop in local yields could be capped before a new ticket supply in today’s weekly Rs 260 billion auction, which includes the benchmark note. The yield on the 5.85% benchmark bond maturing in 2030 is expected to trade in the 5.98% -6.04% range until today’s auction. GLOBAL MARKETS • Wall Street stocks ended higher on Thursday, with the S&P 500 closing above its previous May 7 record, with economic data appearing to support the Federal Reserve’s claim that the current wave of inflation increased will be temporary. • US bond yields fell to their lowest level in three months and a wide range of Asian stocks rose as investors saw enough one-off factors in the US consumer price data to support the conviction of the Federal Reserve that the rise in inflation will be transient. • After a week of anxious wait, the markets got the high US inflation number they dreaded, ignored it and moved on, leaving the US dollar under pressure and most majors stuck in. Forks. • Oil prices fell, but were set for their third weekly hike on expectations of a recovery in fuel demand in Europe, China and the US as rising vaccination rates lead to easing pandemic brakes. • Gold prices hovered near the key level of $ 1,900 an ounce, helped by a weaker dollar and US bond yields, as investors ignored data showing rising US inflation and hoping that the Federal Reserve would not change its accommodative stance. CLOSING FII INVESTMENTS SHARES DEBT PNDF spot 73.07 / 73.1 June 10 597.93 crore (2,094.92) crore 10-year bond yield 6.019% Monthly cumulative 14,078 crore (3,379) crore Year-to-date 57,207 crore (20 701) crore (FII investment figures are in Indian rupees Source: National Securities Depository Limited) For additional data: Indian government bond market volumes Stock market reports Undeliverable futures data Corporate debt stories [IN CORPD] Local market closure / intraday levels [IN SNAPSHOT] Monthly collections [INFLOWS RTRS TABLE IN] ($ 1 = 73.03 Indian rupees) (Compiled by Yoganand KN in Bangalore)

Norwich City Terminates BK8 Sponsorship Agreement For Sexualized Marketing | City of Norwich https://english-daily.com/norwich-city-terminates-bk8-sponsorship-agreement-for-sexualized-marketing-city-of-norwich/ Thu, 10 Jun 2021 23:57:00 +0000 https://english-daily.com/norwich-city-terminates-bk8-sponsorship-agreement-for-sexualized-marketing-city-of-norwich/

Norwich City has dropped its new sponsor after a fan revolt against the gambling company’s sexualized marketing.

The Saturday, the club announced a one-year contract with the BK8, an online casino aimed at Asian markets but apparently registered in Malta. The deal, valued at £ 5million, has sparked anger among a number of disgruntled fans that it has one game sponsor and one with an obscure financial structure.

Once these fans started searching online, they also found content that did not match the Canaries’ stated status as a community club.

Young women wearing revealing clothes were a constant theme in the company’s marketing. Norwich persuaded BK8 to remove content from their Instagram channel, only for fans to find out about BK8’s services to their Malaysian customers, which included, among similar offers, “sexy Baccarat” and suggestive contest videos to swallow hot dogs.

On Tuesday, a collective of Norwich fan groups released a video denouncing the sponsorship deal. Using the hashtag #hergametoo, the video exposed what fans believed to be the club’s principles. “Our club does not endorse or endorse degrading or upsetting images that do not align with our values ​​as an inclusive community club. Our football club should not partner with someone else who does.

On Thursday, the club announced that the deal had been canceled with immediate effect. “As a club, we pride ourselves on our place in the local community and our relationships with supporters around the world. We have worked tirelessly for a considerable time to build relationships through a wide range of media and community projects.

“While we anticipate negative reactions to the announcement of the partnership with a betting company, the club understand the reaction to BK8, its subsidiaries and the marketing methods of other similar brands, whose values ​​do not match those of the football club.

“On this occasion, we were wrong. For this, and for any offense caused, the club apologizes.

]]> Semiconductor market expected to grow by $ 84.41 billion https://english-daily.com/semiconductor-market-expected-to-grow-by-84-41-billion/ Thu, 10 Jun 2021 13:43:33 +0000 https://english-daily.com/semiconductor-market-expected-to-grow-by-84-41-billion/

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		Police blotter – June 10
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ARRESTS – A 21-year-old man was arrested at 1:56 a.m. on Monday on a felony arrest warrant, two counts of fifth-degree drug possession, fourth-degree drunk driving and safe driving permit valid during a roadside check on the 100 block of first avenue northeast.

A 26-year-old man was arrested Monday at 1:08 a.m. for fourth degree DWI during a traffic check on highways 371 and 210.

A 66-year-old man was arrested at 6:41 p.m. on Sunday on two misdemeanor warrants following domestic disturbances in block 500 of C Street.

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A 26-year-old woman was arrested at 10:11 p.m. on Sunday for interfering with a 911 call and the offenses of assault, disorderly driving and driving after suspension following a report of a physical dispute on the 2200 block of Breilly Court.

A 36-year-old man was arrested at 11:18 p.m. for a felony of domestic violence – violating a no-contact order and obstructing legal proceedings in Block 900 of 19 South East Street.

A 22-year-old man was arrested at 7:42 p.m. on Saturday for the felony of fleeing from officers in a vehicle, reckless driving and speeding on Excelsior Road Baxter.

A 25-year-old woman was arrested at 5:51 a.m. on Saturday for giving police officers a false name and a warrant for selling third degree drugs following a report of a suspicious vehicle in Block 1200 of South Sixth Street.

A 44-year-old man was arrested at 7:30 p.m. on Friday for fourth degree DWI following a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 500 block of Washington Street.

A 36-year-old man was arrested at 9:55 a.m. on Friday for second-degree assault, uttering threats of violence, fifth-degree assault and a warrant over domestic unrest in the 1300 block of Oak Street.

DISTURBANCES – 6:14 p.m. Sunday report of a miner trying to smash a window on the 1400 block of Laurel Street. The juvenile was arrested on two counts of fifth degree assault, fourth degree property damage and disorderly conduct.

Report at 12:22 am Saturday of a possible household disturbance on the 300 block of North Seventh Street.

Report at 9:14 p.m. Friday of a domestic disturbance on the 2200 block of Breilly Court. Officers learned that it was only a verbal argument and those involved agreed to go their separate ways.

Report at 2:51 p.m. Friday of a domestic disturbance on the 14000 block of Beaver Dam Road.

12:19 p.m. Friday report of a verbal marital dispute on the 300 block of North Seventh Street.

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Breezy Point Police

DISRUPTIONS – Report at 7:48 p.m. Sunday of a verbal argument between two brothers on the 30,000 block of Clubhouse Lane. The brothers were separated when the police arrived and they were packing their bags to go home.

Report at 1:59 a.m. Sunday of a family dispute on the 30,000 block of North Lakeview Drive. The complainant did not wish to lay charges.

Report at 5:33 p.m. Saturday from a Charter contractor who drove to a high-speed campground and argued with the plaintiff when he was confronted with the 11000 block of County Highway 39 Old Crow Wing.

THEFT – Report a theft from a boat on June 4 at Breezy Point Resort, 9201 Breezy Point Drive. The Lodge Apartment Association reported the theft to the resort, who provided police with a description of the vehicle. The police did not locate the vehicle.

Report the theft of a backpack from a Jeep on June 1 in the Dockside parking lot, 9252 Breezy Point Drive.

ASSIST – 9:39 PM report on June 3 of a bucket that fell from a skid steer loader and trapped a man inside the 7300 block of County Road 11. The man feared he might be there. ‘crushes if he tries to move. The police managed to remove the bucket from the skid steer loader, freeing it.

SUSPECT – 12:30 a.m. June 1 caller report hearing someone attempting to open a side door on the 32000 block of Peony Lane. The police could not locate anyone.

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Pequot Lakes Police

ARRESTS – A 41-year-old woman was arrested at 4:31 p.m. on June 3 on warrant following a report of suspicious activity in Jenkins.

SUSPECT – Complainant’s report at 7:36 p.m. on June 1 stating that there was a dead squirrel in her washroom and that she believes someone entered her residence while she was on Cullen Cove Road.

DISTURBANCE – Report at 1:45 a.m. on May 30 of marital disturbance between boyfriend and girlfriend on Pequot Boulevard.

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– Compiled by Jennifer Kraus, Editor-in-Chief. Go to twitter.com/jennewsgirl follow her on Twitter.

UK Go-Ahead sees profits improve as travel demand picks up By Reuters https://english-daily.com/uk-go-ahead-sees-profits-improve-as-travel-demand-picks-up-by-reuters/ Thu, 10 Jun 2021 07:06:00 +0000 https://english-daily.com/uk-go-ahead-sees-profits-improve-as-travel-demand-picks-up-by-reuters/

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Go Ahead bus crosses Westminster Bridge in London, Britain August 29, 2015. REUTERS / Neil Hall / File Photo

(Reuters) – UK group Go-Ahead (LON 🙂 said on Thursday its annual outlook “had improved” as rising vaccination rates pushed up passenger volumes for its bus and passenger services. train at the highest since the start of the pandemic, raising its shares by 4%.

Without providing figures for its outlook for the year ending July 3, the company said earnings expectations for its London and international bus units had also risen.

Bus and rail operators were hit hard last year as multiple closures in England hampered non-essential travel, with people avoiding public transport for fear of contracting the virus. But Britain has opened up as COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out.

Passenger volumes for regional bus services were currently around 65% to 70% of levels seen before the global health crisis, the London-listed transport operator said.

Go-Ahead also said it is working towards paying a dividend at an “appropriate level” in 2021.

The company said it expects to have more than 270 million pounds ($ 381.11 million) in cash on hand and unused loans by the end of the year.

“As we emerge from the pandemic, public transport has a huge role to play in economic recovery; and an equally important role in tackling climate change as we encourage more people to use our services and to s ‘keep away from private cars,’ said chief executive David Brown. .

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