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More tornado aid coming from the trucking industry

| July 06, 2011

It keeps coming. If you missed the feature on the trucking industry's response to this spring's horrendous series of devastating tornadoes in Truckers News' current issue by Caroline Taylor, click through this picture from the ...

4 State’s Bryan Martin on Joplin rebuilding efforts in All Drivers Together conference call

| June 15, 2011

In a conference call last week put together by the All Drivers Together group, a collaboration of owner-operators and drivers opening up a free conference line to drivers and others in the trucking industry around ...

Trucking continues coming to Joplin aid

| May 27, 2011

The stories about relief efforts in Joplin keep coming in. Before I get to a couple more, I thought I'd take a moment to note that I will be out of the office through June ...

Keys Truckers on Joplin relief mission; Open weather webinar tomorrow

| May 24, 2011

Last time I saw Keys Truckers Jan (pictured, with Rocky) and James McCarter they were right here in Nashville for the grand reopening of the downtown TravelCenters of America location, which had been closed since ...

Driver rides out Joplin tornado at Flying J

| May 23, 2011

You've probably seen the pictures from the horrific tornado that rammed through Joplin, Mo., hitting the Pilot Flying J off I-44 at U.S. 71 yesterday. Ozark Mountain Leasing driver Todd Arnold, who lives far northeast ...

Mississippi River flooding closes roads

Jill Dunn | May 12, 2011

Major to record regional flooding is still expected for two to three more weeks.

Missouri, North Carolina issue trucking waivers

Jill Dunn | May 01, 2011

States have temporarily lifted some trucking regulations to cope with damage left by recent storms and tornadoes.

Snow, snow, more snow; making the most of it

| February 02, 2011

A Pilot Flying J stop on I-70 in Warrenton, Mo., is the subject of reporting on National Public Radio today, and I'd bet you can guess the subject matter. Hear audio of the story, which ...

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