Monday, January 22, 2018
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Need to gorge left over from cave man days: eat slowly, stop when full

Need to gorge left over from cave man days: eat slowly, stop when full

You have to eat — it’s a primal instinct for survival and promotion of the species

Trucking’s first Health Awareness Walk to be held at MATS

Trucking’s first Health Awareness Walk to be held at MATS

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A trucker’s Health Awareness Walk, a first-of-its-kind fitness event for the industry, will be held March 26 during the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky., said the walk’s originators, the Trucking Solution Health Group.

Companies gear up for shore power availability at truck stops

Companies gear up for shore power availability at truck stops

PORTLAND, Ore. — Thanks to a $22.2 million federal grant, Shorepower Technologies, a New York-based corporation and partner Cascade Sierra Solutions of Coburg, Ore., are jump starting an effort to drastically increase the number of truck stop electrification systems in the U.S.

Trucking freight to grocery stores good for driver in this economy

Trucking freight to grocery stores good for driver in this economy

Morse file: How long driving: 41 years Company driver for FirstFleet Hauls: Dry freight for Kroger Drives: 2010 Volvo Birthday: Oct. 3, 1943

Biz Buzz: Weather reminds folks of the importance of trucking

Biz Buzz: Weather reminds folks of the importance of trucking

Just in time, maybe a few more people can appreciate truckers.

Mr. D, electrician by trade, finds trucking good fallback job

Mr. D, electrician by trade, finds trucking good fallback job

Michael Dauphinais, of Fort Mill, S.C., known as Mr. D to many, has driven off and on since 1977.

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