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EPA Certifies Caterpillar's C13 Engine

Caterpillar Inc. has received 2004 certification by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the C13, the company's fourth on-high...

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Montana Trucker Becomes First Woman ATA Driver of the Year

Doris Hansen, a professional truck driver leased to Quality Transportation, Inc. of Baker, Mont., has been named the American Trucking ...

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IRS Ups 2004 Mileage Rates

The Internal Revenue Service has announced an increase in the optional standard mileage rates to use in 2004, as well as a paperwork-re...

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Authorities Charge Nevada Trucker with Murder in Watkins Shooting

A former employee of Watkins Motor Lines is facing two counts of aggravated murder and three counts of attempted murder after a workpla...

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Navistar Sets Sights on Major Growth

Navistar International's goal is to double in size and become a $15 billion company in the next eight to 11 years, according to Daniel...

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Truck Crash Rate Drops in 2003

New statistics released Jan. 21 by the U.S. Department of Transportation show continued major improvement in highway safety for the nat...

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The Revolutionary War in the South

The Hornet's Nest - Jimmy Carter Reviewed by Don Thompson Sr. Company driver for Smith Transpo...

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EPA Certifies Third Caterpillar Engine

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has certified Caterpillar's C15 engine, the third Caterpillar engine the agency has certified...

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Online Interface Makes it Easier for Drivers to Find Need-it-Now Parts

Hooked on Salmon

Bill Hobbs says this salmon - which weighed more than 50 pounds - ran his reel out of line three times and completely wore him out....

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Surf and Turf

It's his home. It's his passion. Owner-operator Gregg Ruch aboard his 34-foot sailboat in Federal Way, Wash. When...

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