Papers filed in federal court by lawyers for Bruce Oakley Inc. and Johnston’s Port 33 shed more light on the chain of events that led to two barges traveling down… Read More
As water levels drop, Upper Mississippi River locks are slowly reopening. By June 20, all locks in the Rock Island Engineer District were opened, according to a district spokesman, who… Read More
One month into the new year, the Port of Little Rock was already breaking records as a part of its growth initiative when it handled more barges and tonnage in… Read More
December 2018’s barge activity at the Port of Little Rock (Ark.) closed the year on a strong note, with 41 barges and 62,000 tons of cargo being moved across the… Read More
On November 14, Arkansas and Oklahoma state agencies announced the completion of a Memorandum of Agreement committing the states to future collaboration in addressing water quality concerns related to the… Read More
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