Monday, January 15, 2018
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Reader wants enlarged Letters to the Editor space

Reader wants enlarged Letters to the Editor space

You have an excellent, informative newspaper and I like to read it from cover to cover. I was wondering if you could enlarge the driver write-in section. I was hoping you could put your own "Eye on Trucking" section someplace else like page 2 or 3 if you think it's that important.

Around the Bend: Ex-hippie wanna-be grapples with question of professional, on-the-job clothing

Around the Bend: Ex-hippie wanna-be grapples with question of professional, on-the-job clothing

We talked to two truckers last month and heard of a third who said they’ve enjoyed quite a few benefits from dressing a cut above the rank-and-file of truckers out there.

Eye on Trucking: Comments regarding new HOS continue to mount; most prefer more flexibility

Eye on Trucking: Comments regarding new HOS continue to mount; most prefer more flexibility

We’re still four or five months away from seeing the official Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to take another look at the Hours of Service rule, but the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s invitation to submit comments to a set of questions posted on the agency’s Web site appears to have been well received in the trucking community.

Bill Mack’s Entertainment Beat: nothing like your hometown

Bill Mack’s Entertainment Beat: nothing like your hometown

I've been in the business of broadcasting for almost 60 years. Willie Nelson, CNN's Larry King and I began our careers around the same time. Needless to say, Willie and Larry have more recognizable names then mine. However, neither could brag on having a better hometown.

Hitch n G Flat-out flops

Hitch n G Flat-out flops

These players were supposed to make their team competitive for 2009; however, they did nothing more than bring embarrassment to themselves and the franchise as a whole.

Joey Holiday remembers 15 years of making trucker music, woman who helped him get started

Joey Holiday remembers 15 years of making trucker music, woman who helped him get started

PLEASANT VIEW, Tenn. — Over 15 years ago, Joey Holiday had a dream to do music for truck drivers.

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