Oregon

FedEx driver honored by TCA

| July 31, 2012

FedEx Freight driver Kenny Cass, of Portland, Ore., has been named a Truckload Carriers Association Highway Angel for his help at the scene of an accident on a Portland road.

Papé Kenworth – Medford moves to facility off I-5

| July 18, 2012

Papé Kenworth – Medford has expanded and relocated to Central Point, Ore., with access to I-5 off Exit 33. Papé Kenworth – Medford is part of the Kenworth dealer network. The dealership’s 9,100 square-foot service department ...

Pilot Flying J and T2T sponsor truckers in triathlon

| June 14, 2012

Pilot Flying J is teaming up with Truckers to Triathletes (T2T) to help professional drivers maintain healthy lifestyles. Pilot Flying J is a 2012 sponsor of the Revolution 3 Triathlon series, which is July 8 in ...

New Kenworth service center in Oregon

| May 11, 2012

Kenworth announced a new 10,000-square-foot parts and service facility in Pendleton, Oregon, off of Interstate 84. The center adds to a network of more than 320 locations in the U.S. and Canada. The location features eight ...

Checking in with Jazzy Jordan — and a rig named in her honor

| April 19, 2012

When we quizzed Overdrive Facebook fans on their rigs' nomenclature, i.e. not just the make and model but the names they used to give voice to that most personal of relationships -- the on-highway operator ...

Oregon ports of entry to switch to phone-based services

| April 04, 2012

The Motor Carrier Transportation Division is closing its registration offices at three ports of entry into Oregon this year and is replacing over-the-counter services with phone services for registration and over-dimension permit services.

Log truck drivers to the rescue in Oregon

| February 14, 2012

Estacada News reporter Jeff Spiegel spells out the recipe that led to the end of a dramatic on-highway incident in Clackamas County, Ore., last week: "A thrown champagne bottle, a suicide threat, a drawn gun, countless incidents of ...

Trucking effort in Wash. state to find child

| January 24, 2011

As we know, dry vans have uses ancillary to hauling freight, not least among them their advertisement potential. You need only look to this month's Overdrive to find evidence of that in a pic of ...

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