STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Live at Ford Amphitheater
This weeks concert comes from the Derek Trucks Band and his extremely talented wife, Susan Tedeschi.
Trucks is considered by many, including this blogger, one of the greatest living guitar players. ... Posted on 5/12/11 at 4:00 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Grab a Tonka and let's play
I drove past a construction site today and felt a longing in my heart when I saw the great big piles of dirt and sand. I just wanted to stop my car and grab a Tonka truck.
I am a huge fan of Tonka tru... Posted on 5/28/10 at 1:00 AM
NASCAR DAD Monster Jam
Coming to Fargo, Feb 5 and 6. The Avenger won 1st Freestyle race at Minneapolis in 2009, driven by Jim Koehler with great/rockin "57 Chevy car body on Monster Truck. Did a back flip in car and la... Posted on 1/26/10 at 4:39 PM
An association made up of legal professionals says there are too many unsafe trucks in North Dakota. A North Dakota trucking official says that isn’t true.
The American Association for Justice issued a report based on its analysis of government data. It said North Dakota has the second-highest rate of truck companies per population in violation of federal safety requirements, behind West Virginia.
The Jamestown Speedway will be hosting something unique for race fans on Saturday night.
Coming all the way from Winnipeg, Man., where they run regularly at Red River Co-op Speedway, Super Trucks will be the featured event when the green flag flies at 7 p.m.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has announced the names of the men involved in a fatal two-truck crash Friday in Richland County.
The patrol said Daniel Shelstad, 56, Fargo was driving a 1993 Mack straight truck eastbound at about 8:30 a.m. Friday on North Dakota Highway 13 on his way to the beet-piling station near Wahpeton, N.D. When he was about half a mile east of Mooretown, N.D., Timothy Durkin, 33, Breckenridge, Minn., was driving a 2006 International semi westbound on the same road en route to Gwinner, N.D., to load the tanker.
If unfit airline pilots routinely were blacking out at the controls, the FAA would do something about it. And if that didn’t happen, Congress would step in.
Luckily, airline pilots aren’t blacking out in this way. But too many truck drivers are: “Tractor-trailer and bus drivers in the United States have suffered seizures, heart attacks or unconscious spells behind the wheel that led to deadly crashes on highways,” The Associated Press reported.
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