Going Global 

Will shipping logs to China help rescue our economy, or just export jobs along with the cargo?

A ship is coming! Sometime next week, or maybe the week following (depending on customs paperwork and such), a 550-foot vessel will enter Humboldt Bay and dock at the Fairhaven Terminal on the Samoa Peninsula. Longshoremen, operating the ship's own cranes,…

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