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Isuzu produces 20,000th N-Series gasoline truck

April 24, 2015By

Isuzu produced its 20,000th gasoline N-Series truck at the Spartan Motors facility in Charlotte, Mich. According to the company, the Isuzu N-Series gas truck is the only gasoline-powered, low-cab-forward truck available in North America. “It hardly seems possible that it has already been four years since Spartan Motors began production of our gasoline-powered trucks, and that today, 20,000 have now... read more

California now under mandatory, statewide water restrictions

April 6, 2015By

April 1, California Governor Jerry Brown instituted the state’s first-ever mandatory water restrictions, NPR reports. The announcement comes as California is entering its fourth year of drought and as the Sierra Nevada saw its lowest snowpack level on record. The statewide mandate calls for reductions in water use by 25 percent for California cities and towns; new pricing structures by... read more

Green, Green Grass of Home–But Where’s Home?

November 10, 2009By

By: Jim Novak, Turfgrass Producers International Although this photo of a soldier using scissors to trim grass on a tiny plot of turf at what appears to be some remote location has been circulating on the internet for several years; who and where the soldier is has been a mystery. The soldier has been identified on various web sites as an... read more