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Crude oil spills into Mississippi River after 2 barges strike Vicksburg bridge

Two barges being towed by Nature's Way Endeavor struck a railroad bridge at Vicksburg, spilling crude oil into the Mississippi River

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Port of Stockton takes over management of Marine Highway barge plan

The Port of Stockton said it has taken over management of its Marine Highway barge transport initiative in an effort to speed up the project

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Mississippi River closed after barge damages Granite City lock

The Mississippi River was closed for about 24 hours after a barge struck and damaged Lock No. 27 near Granite City

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In reversal, NLRB says tugboat mates are not supervisors

In a decision that reverses previous precendent, the National Labor Relations Board says tugboat mates are not statutory supervisors

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Towboat crew brings wayward dock with 16 pleasure boats under control

The crew of the towboat Augusta nudged a loose dock containing 16 pleasure boats under control toward the Kanawha River shoreline

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Towboat captain lost overboard on Mississippi River near Memphis

The captain of a towboat was missing in the Mississippi River near Memphis and investigators said he possibly was not wearing his life vest

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Blog: Coast Guard maintains navigation aids during Mississippi River low-water crisis

The U.S. Coast Guard is busy maintaining aids to navigation to mark safe water and keep barge commerce moving during the low-water crisis on the Mississippi River

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Canadian donors assist 8 seafarers stranded on tug at Halifax

Canadians have donated food, water and clothing to the stranded crew of the Craig-Trans, a tugboat that is in need of repairs and is stuck at Halifax

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ATB crew saves life of injured man in Tampa Bay

The crew of Crowley Maritime's ATB Achievement/650-8 used a fast rescue boat to save the life of an injured man in the water near a Tampa Bay bridge

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Army Corps agrees to operate Willamette locks to allow stranded vessels to transit

The Army Corps of Engineers reopened the Willamette Falls Locks for one day to allow vessels that were stranded in the yearlong closure to pass through

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