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American Trucking history

Following post featured on Yakimaherald.com "The history of trucking in America is the history of 20th century America itself: the post-industrialization transport of goods, the expansion of the highway system from the 1920s to the 1950s, the quintessentially American iconography of the open road and the possibility of adventure. All of that is wrapped up in the history of trucking. As America grew through its most prosperous century, it was increasingly up to trucks to deliver the raw materials that facilitated that growth and the finished products...
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Hero Trucker Saves Life

-repost of Reed Black's article- "Scott Rosenberg says he can only describe his critical role in the rescue of a driver who was pinned in his submerged pickup truck as “being in the right place at the right time.” Rosenberg, an OOIDA senior member from Isanti, MN, said he had just delivered his load of concrete products and was traveling north on Manning Trail near Stillwater, MN, on Thursday, May 9, when he saw a couple of cars on the shoulder and another car make a U-turn...
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UNT Logistics Seminar

May 17th will mark the 3rd annual Byron Nelson Open House and Transpo Breakfast with key note speakers such as Jay Miller the Senior VP of the Texas Rangers, Mike Rawlings - mayor of Dallas, Beth Van Duyne - mayor of Irving, Karen Hunt - mayor of Coppell, Jeff Fegan - the CEO of DFW airport, and Jungus Jordan - city councilmember of Fortworth. The purpose of this breakfast is to discuss and inform transportation professionals of current logistic news and as a way to allow...
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