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BYLINE: Paul M TellierPresident & Chief Executive OfficerCanadian National RailwayCANADIAN NATIONAL has taken decisive steps to meet the challenges and opportunities of the next millennium. By the end of this year CN and its customers will be positioned to reap the benefits of the increasing integration of the North American economy, as manifested by double-digit increases in north-south trade. We will have boosted our productivity again to meet the competitive challenge of the ’Big Four’ US railroads, and we will have moved aggressively to meet shippers’ ever-rising expectations for more consistent, more accountable rail service.I am determined that Canadian National will enter the new millennium as a stronger, more vibrant, North American railroad, with more than 50% of its business generated by north-south continental traffic. Indeed, my goal is to make CN the best railroad in North America.Sold by the Canadian government in 1995, in the largest and most successful initial public share offering in Canadian history, CN has continually striven to improve its transport product since launching its turnaround strategy in 1992. Cost reduction, productivity improvement and profitable, sustainable revenue growth have preoccupied management.And so has the charting of a sound strategic direction. Nothing manifests this more than the decision to acquire Illinois Central, announced on February 10 1998. This was driven by the fact that the arena in which CN and its customers compete today is increasingly being shaped by the North American Free Trade Agreement. NAFTA’s effects are indisputable: Canada – US trade is growing at 11% annually. The CN/IC merger will offer new, efficient single-line services to many existing and prospective customers. Uniting CN – North America’s most improved railroad – with IC – the most efficient Class 1 rail carrier – will connect the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coasts with a single Y-shaped network.We are optimistic that the US Surface Transportation Board will approve the merger in a vote scheduled to take place this month. Customers will benefit from new sources of supplies and parts, and new markets for finished products, raw materials and bulk commodities. CN/IC will benefit from extended hauls for existing traffic and the diversion of business from other modes and other railroads. The merger will also enhance the shipper benefits of another strategic initiative – a 15-year marketing alliance which CN and IC signed with Kansas City Southern Railway in April 1998. This alliance already offers co-ordinated through-train service between Canada, the US midwest and south, and Mexico. Should the STB approve the CN/IC merger, CN/IC and KCSR will exchange trackage and haulage rights in the southern USA and pursue other new terminal investments.The merger and marketing alliance are driving CN down the centre of the continent, with two of the ’Big Four’ US railroads on one side and two on the other. But CSX, Norfolk Southern, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific still dwarf CN in size and revenue. There is little doubt that these giant railroads will become more powerful competitors than they are today – highly productive, efficient railroads with extended market reach and formidable abilities to raise capital for new investments. CN, as a North American railroad, has no choice but to be as productive as its US competitors. But our US expansion plans and productivity measures are not objectives in themselves. They must produce a service which the market wants. The glue that will meld CN’s strategic objectives into a consistently successful product is the way we run our trains. That is why we have devised plans to operate more efficiently, using fewer locomotives, cars and terminals to do more work. But this, in turn, will require fewer employees. Our objective is to offer customers a precise, competitive, consistent transport service based on a comprehensive schedule and measures to minimise the time that cars sit idle in marshalling yards.The benefits are manifold, providing:
Thursday’s gamesMansfield vs. AirlineWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., AirlineRECORDS: Mansfield 0-5, Airline 5-0LAST WEEK: Mansfield lost to Logansport 28-14, Airline def. Captain Shreve 56-21LAST YEAR: Did not playMANSFIELD NOTES: Wolverines a member of District 1-3A … Mansfield averaging 14-4 points per game and allowing 26.6 … Wolverines started season with one- and two-point lossesAIRLINE NOTES: Vikings averaging 45.2 points per game and allowing 10.8 … Airline hasn’t had a game closer than 15 points … Vikings 5-0 for first time since Bo Meeks took over in 2011PLAYERS TO WATCH: Mansfield — QB Lakendrick Ross, WR Lamarea Evans. Airline — OL Lane Williams, DB DeAngelo Pouncy.Captain Shreve vs. ParkwayWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., Preston Crownover StadiumRECORDS: Captain Shreve 1-4, 0-2 1-5A; Parkway 4-1, 1-1LAST WEEK: Captain Shreve lost to Airline 56-21, Parkway def. Byrd 20-6LAST YEAR: Parkway won 49-14CAPTAIN SHREVE NOTES: Gators have lost three straight by an average of 29 points … Gators averaging 12.8 points per game and allowing 33PARKWAY NOTES: Panthers defense didn’t allow a TD last week … Parkway rebounded from 56-21 loss to Evangel … Keondre Wudtee has passed for 1.191 yards and 10 TDsPLAYERS TO WATCH: Captain Shreve — QB Lucas Grubb, DB Michael Edwards. Parkway — RB/R CJ Morgan, DB Lloyd Cole.Minden vs. BentonWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., BentonRECORDS: Minden 4-1, 2-0 1-4A; Benton 4-1, 2-0LAST WEEK: Minden def. Huntington 32-0, Benton def. North DeSoto 28-21LAST YEAR: Minden won 25-24, OTMINDEN NOTES: Tide have won three straight since Week 2 17-10 loss to Haughton … After some early offensive struggles, Minden has averaged 31.3 points in last three gamesBENTON NOTES: Tigers have won three straight since Week 2 loss to Natchitoches Central … Sophomore RB Jermaine Newton had a big game last weekPLAYERS TO WATCH: Minden — DB Patrick Heard, RB L’Jarius Sneed. Benton — DL TJ Anderson, RB Jermaine Newton.Plain Dealing vs. GramblingWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., GramblingRECORDS: Plain Dealing 2-3, 1-1 1-A; Grambling 2-3, 0-2LAST WEEK: Plain Dealing lost to Haynesville 53-6, Grambling lost to D’Arbonne Woods 42-20LAST YEAR: Plain Dealing won 28-14PLAIN DEALING NOTES: Lions have played tough schedule that includes 5A Haughton, 1A No. 1 St. Mary’s and defending 1A champ Haynesville … Lions trailed Haynesville just 14-6 at he halfGRAMBLING NOTES: Grambling has lost two straight by a combined 62 points … Kittens posted shutouts in both of their victoriesPLAYERS TO WATCH: Plain Dealing — QB Matt Sullivan, LB Bijan Mitchell.Friday’s gamesHaughton vs. ByrdWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., Lee Hedges StadiumRECORDS: Haughton 5-0, 1-0 1-5A; Byrd 4-1, 1-1LAST WEEK: Haughton def. Southwood 35-0, Byrd lost to Parkway 20-6LAST YEAR: Byrd won 42-7HAUGHTON NOTES: Bucs averaging 37.6 points per game and allowing 13.8 … Haughton scored four TDs in the second half last week … QB Darius Brooks completed nine of 13 passes for 135 yards last weekBYRD NOTES: Jackets had 16-game regular-season winning streak snapped last week … Byrd comes into game banged-upPLAYERS TO WATCH: Haughton — RB Kei’Untre Normandin, K Nico Broadway. Byrd — RB Tray Allen.Bossier vs. NorthwoodWHEN/WHERE: 7 p.m., NorthwoodRECORDS: Bossier 3-2, 0-2 1-4A; Northwood 2-3, 0-2LAST WEEK: Bossier lost to Woodlawn 44-21, Northwood lost to Fair Park 24-20BOSSIER NOTES: Bearkats have dropped two straight after 3-0 start … Bossier was within nine of Woodlawn in the fourth quarterNORTHWOOD NOTES: Falcons led 20-8 at the half last week … WR Marquez Stevenson had seven catches for 156 yards last week … Falcons have lost two straightPLAYERS TO WATCH: Bossier — RB Aareon Smallwood, QB/DE Keimun Daniels. Northwood — QB Peyton Bogan, WR Marquez Stevenson.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
The Lady Cougars came from behind and shook off the Lady Trailblazers of Boone High on Friday afternoon at Greeneville. Campbell fell behind Boone early, fought back and dominated down the stretch. After back-to-back threes by Blair Medley, the Lady Cougars built a 23-point lead, their largest, at 69-46 and then held on for the 75 to 58 win.CCHS Coach Brad Honeycutt said after the game, “We made shots, because we took good shots off good looks. And the 22 assists, versus nine turnovers, this afternoon are by far the most assists we’ve had in a game since I’ve been here.” Coach ‘Cutt mentioned a defensive move helped thanks to Assistant Coach Ryan Browning’s idea to switch to a triangle and two that slowed down Boone early.Emily Ellison led the charge on Friday with 22 points followed by 16 from Skylar Boshears, 14 from Haley Comer and Blair Medley’s 12. Madison Brady added nine as Lexy Richardson chipped in two.Campbell improves to 16 & 2 while Boone, who lost on a last-second shot to Oak Ridge on Wednesday, falls to 8 & 6. With the victory, the Lady Cougars move on to the last day of the Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies Classic at Greeneville.CCHS faces 10 & 3 Franklin County (Kentucky) Saturday morning at 11:30 am for 7th place in the tourney. Josh Parker, Voice of the Lady Cougars, sends you live radio only coverage of the Lady Cougars and Lady Flyers here over WLAF and the B & M Tires Sports Network. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/28/2018-4 PM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
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