Saturday, January 20, 2018
Features
Acceptance is the key, but don’t put Big Brother in his truck

Acceptance is the key, but don’t put Big Brother in his truck

Someone told Chip Lawrence that he needed to figure out what he liked to do and then do it. So he bought a 1-ton truck and a hot shot trailer and began a trucking career about three years ago in Tulsa, Okla., where he still lives.

Skin cancer can be deadly, avoid sunburn

Skin cancer can be deadly, avoid sunburn

Skin cancer is the abnormal growth of skin cells, and most often develops on skin exposed to the sun, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Hire Road: Conventional wisdom can be wrong: the changing world of getting a good driving job

Hire Road: Conventional wisdom can be wrong: the changing world of getting a good driving job

Here in Oklahoma in the 1980s, the conventional wisdom was that energy, specifically oil, prices could only go up.

Around the Bend: Pondering knotty port problems

Around the Bend: Pondering knotty port problems

Congress could be gearing up to change trucking rules to let ports and other entities regulate trucking on their turf. It was evident last month during testimony at a House subcommittee hearing on the status of clean truck programs at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach that some members of Congress are contemplating changing regulations governing the trucking industry.

Eye on Trucking: Looking at pros and cons of short haul vs. long haul

Eye on Trucking: Looking at pros and cons of short haul vs. long haul

Indications are that trucking is beginning to feel an upswing in business.

Around the Bend: Unknown trucker is true good Samaritan in pastor’s sermon

Around the Bend: Unknown trucker is true good Samaritan in pastor’s sermon

I heard a true-life good Samaritan story the other day with a trucking twist. It goes like this:

Video Sponsors