the alleged looting under the immediate past administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan.
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D. and Teja Beyer 21 Red Lake Falls Minn They were ejected from the car and pronounced dead at the sceneThe state Highway Patrol reported that Yahnke was going about 94 mphHe’s scheduled to appear in court again in OctoberFormer Physical Plant Manager Jeffrey Arne Sande 66 was charged with financial transaction card fraud nine months after authorities confiscated multiple big-ticket items—including lawn mowers a trimmer and other equipment—from his Bemidji homeAccording to a criminal complaint university officials learned that Sande on staff since 1970 had been using the card for non-university-related purchases after the university received a customer survey about a lawn mower purchased in June 2013 with his BSU Payment CardThe complaint did not say when the university received the survey but a search warrant related to the case said that university staff reported the theft in October 2016After learning that Sande allegedly purchased the lawn mower the university conducted an internal investigation and audit and found "dozens of transactions which did not match up with university equipment and inventory"During an investigatory interview Sande told university officials he had used the card in question for personal purchases and admitted to buying more than $36000 worth of items Sande was then terminated by the university in October 2016 the complaint saidAfter the university finished its audit and turned the investigation over to the Bemidji Police Department officers executed the search warrant at Sande’s home According to the warrant officers confiscated a lawn tractor snowblower king-sized bed and frame and other lawn and home itemsMost items were purchased between June 2013 and October 2016 the complaint saidThough the complaint said that Sande was "terminated" university staff said in August that Sande is retired from the school and that no separation agreements exist between the two BSU officials declined to comment TuesdayThe university hired Sande in June 1970 and he earned a $92000 annual salary at the time his employment endedSande is next scheduled to appear in court June 1Today’s young adults have gotten a reputation some say unfairly as Peter Pan types clinging to adolescence and letting their helicopter parents do everything for them Now research says that millennials are definitely making headway countering that perception at least in the kitchen Younger diners along with their penchant for customization and preference for fresh foods contributed to the growth of what the industry calls “fast casual” Panera Bread Chipotle Mexican Grill and the like Even convenience stores and drug stores have been trying to get in on the popularity of “grab and go” prepared food There are signs now though that young adults are drifting away from the drive-thru and picking up spatulas in front of their stoves Market researchers at The NPD Group say that millennials are cooking and eating more at home and they’ve got the numbers to back it up Older millennials those between 25 and 34 years old have made on average 50 fewer restaurant visits per person over the past several years Over the past year alone their use of the drive-thru dropped 6% and eat-in restaurant visits fell 1% Younger millennials those under the age of 25 still like ordering out but they’re more likely to eat it at home This age bracket led a slight gain in takeout orders last year while their drive-thru and sit-down visits also fell Young adults are starting to see cooking as economic necessity especially as they reach the age when they’re starting families NPD finds that young millennials spend an average of $1240 a year at restaurants down $146 from 2007 The drop for older millennials even though they presumably have more disposable income is even steeper down $213 per person to an average of $1369 a year Instead they’re investing in new gadgets and gizmos like panini presses and rice cookers Another NPD report says shoppers under 35 accounted for roughly a quarter of all the money Americans spent on small kitchen appliances last year up five percentage points from only a year ago “Their fundamental need for the essentials is what is moving the needle in many home-related categories” executive director and home industry analyst Debra Mednick says in a statement But it’s not just about the money Millennial consumers are famously self-aware you might even say finicky about what they put in their bodies Market research firm Mintel finds that almost 60% of millennials under the age of 25 are skeptical about foods that make health-related claims like “GMO-free” Cooking at home gives them more control over what they eat “Its healthier and tastes better than what they can get away from home Plus it saves them money” says NPD restaurant industry analyst Bonnie Riggs “Another important factor for older millennials with kids under age 13 is that they are thinking of their families wants and needs” Riggs adds Dinner is back to being family time plus to a generation that grew up with Chopped and Iron Chef food is also entertainment NPD finds that about half of millennials say they enjoy cooking and a slew of new ingredient-delivery services like Blue Apron and Plated bring home cooking well back home “I think in the now culture we have created services like these that make it easier to eat and cook with ease will see an increase in popularity” Morgan Oliveira spokeswoman for food technology company Hampton Creek tells Fast Company Contact us at editors@timecomMumbai: Dairy co-operative Amul is aiming to grow at 20 percent this financial year to touch a group turnover of close to Rs 50000 crore on the back of growing consumer portfolio premiumisation and rising demand a top company official said "The Amul brand which clocked a turnover of over Rs 40000 crore last financial year will grow at 20 percent this year" RS Sodhi the managing director of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) which markets milk and milk products under the Amul brand told PTI here "We are launching several consumer products and are also premiumising our offerings The growing demand will help us see a good growth this year" he added The Amul brand includes the 18 member dairies of the Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) GCMMF however registered only 8 percent increase in turnover to Rs 29220 crore in financial year 2017-2018 owing to a decline in commodity prices The consumer product portfolio has been growing at nearly 15 percent on a volume basis Sodhi pointed out which has helped the performance of the Amul’s branded products despite lower commodity prices Amul: Ibn live "Branded consumer products have registered a growth of 14 percent in the last financial year with products such as cheese butter milk beverages paneer cream buttermilk and dahi having grown at 20-40 percent" Sodhi said The 18 member unions of GCMMF has a farmer strength of more than 36 lakh across 18700 villages of Gujarat and is procuring on an average 211 lakhs litres of milk per day whichis 20 percent higher than the previous year The co-operative has also recently tied up with the government and lenders under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana to procure easy loans for its farmer partners "The scheme will help rural entrepreneurs immensely to upgrade their facilities and will also help distributors and transporters It will enhance the overall employment opportunities in rural India" Sodhi said disclosed this on Wednesday, she said based on the level of the crime and Greer’s lack of criminal history, “In Madhya Pradesh, I was expecting something different though. #MeToohttps://t. 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the alleged looting under the immediate past administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan.