Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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Much cat behavior explained by hunting instinct

Much cat behavior explained by hunting instinct

In her book, “Tribe of Tiger: Cats and Their Culture,” author Elizabeth Marshall says the fact that cats are meat eaters and once hunted for their food explains a lot of their behaviors.

Willingness to work, not complain, keeps driver rolling up the miles

Willingness to work, not complain, keeps driver rolling up the miles

Straukas File: How long driving: 38 years Company driver for Tony Transport Service Truck: 2006 Freightliner Hauls: Dry van Birthday: June 28, 1948 Favorite Place to Drive: All over

Truckers show up with shirt and tie and gain respect, more business

Truckers show up with shirt and tie and gain respect, more business

STATESVILLE, N.C. — Owner-operator Henry Albert, who has his own authority, has what he calls “the duck theory” about being paid and treated like a professional driver.

Still heartbroken after losing wife 6 years ago, driver moves on, reconnects to family

Still heartbroken after losing wife 6 years ago, driver moves on, reconnects to family

Driver Michial Lindstrom was married to the love of his life for almost 35 years before she died, and it is easy to understand his loss as you talk to him because he continues to bring her up in the conversation.

Lighter Load: Nobody cared then, but they do now

Lighter Load: Nobody cared then, but they do now

The dangers of cell phone use while driving is to this century what the dangers of smoking were to the last century.

In it for the long haul: teen runs across America to help truckers get medical coverage

In it for the long haul: teen runs across America to help truckers get medical coverage

LITTLE ROCK — Since her parents are in trucking, 17-year-old Jasmine Jordan understands what it means to be in it for the long haul: so far she’s run more than 1,700 miles across America to raise money for truckers without medical insurance.

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