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Coast Guard reopens Mississippi River after 22-barge breakaway

The deep-draft ships Q Jake, Serena P and Ocean Tomo were damaged by drifting barges

Web Bulletin 2016
Second barge removed from John C. Stennis Lock and Dam

Second barge removed from John C. Stennis Lock and Dam

The grain vessel and another carrying salt lodged against the dam on Dec. 26

Web Bulletin 2016
Carpenter promoted to chief operating officer of AWO

Carpenter promoted to chief operating officer of AWO

The executive vice president is honored for 'a quarter century of exemplary service'

Web Bulletin 2016

Virtual ATON marks sunken towboat on swollen Mississippi

The aid broadcasts via AIS to pinpoint William Strait, which sank near Memphis last month

Web Bulletin 2016

ACL faces $20.7 million fine for illegal discharges

The U.S. alleges the barge operator exceeded limits more than 500 times on the Ohio River

Web Bulletin 2016

Coast Guard updates Midwest high-water closures

Restrictions apply in many areas affected by flooding

Web Bulletin 2016

Foxx blog: Seaway system needs more U.S. investment

In the Fast Lane blog, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said the U.S. needs to devote more resources to St. Lawrence Seaway infrastructure

American Ship Review 2016

Section of Upper Mississippi closed due to high water, fast currents

All vessel traffic is suspended from mile markers 184 to 179 near St. Louis

Web Bulletin 2015
Vigor delivers second of three 'Point' towboats to Tidewater

Vigor delivers second of three 'Point' towboats to Tidewater

Granite Point will be deployed in January on the Columbia and Snake River system

Web Bulletin 2015

Passenger Vessel Foundation gets largest gift

Padelford Packet Boat Co. donates $155,000 in memory of its founder

Web Bulletin 2015
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