WC Rowe’s Bakery has confrimed an electrical fault as the cause of a factory fire, which tore through its Falmouth premises late Friday evening. In a Facebook statement, the bakery confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the start of the fire at the pasty factory, and an electrical fault had been identified as the cause. The blaze was isolated to a small part of the building, although structual damage has made some areas are unsafe. Eight fire crews from around the county fought through the night to bring the flames under control.The statement on Rowe’s Cornish Bakery Facebook, read: “We have robust contingency plans in place for such incidents and are working around the clock to implement these plans. “Such unity has seen us reach our 65th anniversary and will continue to see us through the next 65 years. “We will be back producing our award winning pasties in the coming days”The company confirmed that no members of staff were hurt in the blaze.In a previous statement, WC Rowe expressed their thanks towards the fire crews. They said: “Rowe’s Bakery would like to express their gratitude to the fire crews who attended the incident. Without their efforts the results could have been far worse.
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FORT DODGE — Republican Governor Kim Reynolds has appointed a Democrat who’s the longest-serving African American legislator in state history to the Iowa Parole Board.Helen Miller of Fort Dodge served 16 years in the Iowa House and emphasized working across party lines. “I don’t care if you’re a D or an R and I do genuinely try to show that,” Miller said a few years ago after receiving an award for her legislative work.In a written statement, Governor Reynolds called Miller “an outstanding public servant” who shares her vision of “second chances” for offenders to become productive citizens when they’re released. Miller, in a statement released by the governor’s office, said she’s excited to play a part “in creating a justice system that prioritizes redemption.”In 2015, Miller hosted a summit in Cedar Falls featuring two national leaders in the criminal justice reform movement. She spoke with Radio Iowa during the event.“If this momentum catches, I think we’ve started something right here in the state of Iowa,” Miller said.Miller did not seek reelection to the Iowa House in 2018. In a retirement speech last year, she offered this parting advice achieving policy goals.“Be persistent and patient and don’t worry about who gets credit for it,” Miller said.Miller, a graduate of Georgetown Law School, is a former criminal defense attorney. She and her late husband moved to Fort Dodge in 1999 after he retired from a career in the military.
It appears to be a case of New Year, New Manchester United, as they head to Newcastle United tonight with a spring in their step. They have been given a licence to attack under their new boss and they have taken that with aplomb, putting three impressive wins together in just over a week.They have scored 12 goals in those three games and what’s notable is the mood around the club and the team. The Stretford End was roaring as Huddersfield and Bournemouth were systematically dismantled and Paul Pogba led the charge for the second straight week in a row. A simple change in management has allowed the fans to see why he is one of the most expensive players in the world and Pogba scored two goals for the second straight week in a row against Bournemouth and he’s also provided three assists.Marcus Rashford has been let off the leash and was a menace on Sunday, scoring for the second time in three games, and with Antony Martial also seen to much greater effect it’s clear this United side is a different proposition.This is the toughest test they’ve had since changing managers as Newcastle tend to be stiff opposition to break down at home. Rafa Benitez is nervously looking over his shoulder as there have been recent wins for Fulham, Burnley and Cardiff that make the relegation race even tighter and it’s hard to imagine them buying too many players in the January transfer window.That said, they stayed up last season and a comparison with them at this stage show that they are on pace for exactly the same total. They could really have done with holding on for three points at Watford before Abdoulaye Doucoure’s equaliser but they presented a stiff resistance and they have been hard for visiting members of the big six to break down.Newcastle United v Man UtdPremier League20:00 Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HDHEAD TO HEAD RECORD*(Maximum 10 matches)OCT 2018 PREMIER LEAGUE Manchester United 3-2 NewcastleFEB 2018 PREMIER LEAGUE Newcastle 1-0 Manchester UnitedNOV 2017 PREMIER LEAGUE Manchester United 4-1 NewcastleJAN 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE Newcastle 3-3 Manchester UnitedAUG 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Manchester United 0-0 NewcastleMAR 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Newcastle 0-1 Manchester UnitedDEC 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Manchester United 3-1 NewcastleAPR 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Newcastle 0-4 Manchester UnitedDEC 2013 PREMIER LEAGUE Manchester United 0-1 NewcastleHowever, they have lost all but one of their six matches against top half opposition and each one of their matches against the top six as well. 2-1 defeats to Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal make that correct score an interesting price at 14/1 but Over 2.5 goals looks the bet at 4/5. Newcastle will aim to sit deep to stifle United but they have the pace now to fashion an opportunity and if they take the lead United will have to come forward.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK OVER 2.5 GOALS 5 points at 4/5 with starsports.betBACK 1-2 CORRECT SCORE 1 point at 14/1 with starsports.betPROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 202.03 points