Empire Falters 

Old Charlie Hansen's truck stop might close as the future zooms past

That last day, the old man arose at 5:30 in the morning, same as he always did, got into his old white Ford pickup and drove from the big farmhouse down the road to the ranch to feed the cows, then headed…

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