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GRAY, Georgia – Brad Comer, 54, had been a full-time mechanic with a couple of trucks for more than 20 years before he hauled his first load of pulpwood. He’d been around logging his entire life, growing up in Hancock County; even his dad was a lifelong logger. Comer says this part of rural midwest Georgia has always relied on the timber industry, which has provided jobs for the families that live here.

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Weyco Purchases More Acreage In Carolinas

Weyco Purchases More Acreage In Carolinas

Weyerhaeuser Co. is purchasing 80,800 acres of timberland in North Carolina and South Carolina from a fund managed by Campbell Global for $265 million. The acquisition is composed of highly productive timberlands situated in strong coastal markets…

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Southern Loggin’ Times Celebrates 50 Years

Southern Loggin’ Times Celebrates 50 Years

Southern Loggin’ Times remains, as it has always been, “The Southern Logger’s Best Friend.” With almost 600 issues across 50 years, SLT has never swayed from its original objective and continues to feature comprehensive profiles of logging…

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Morbark’s Stephen Rawls Dies

Morbark’s Stephen Rawls Dies

Stephen (Steve) Brady Rawls of Lenoir City, Tenn. died on Saturday, April 2, 2022. He was 68 years old. A member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Lenoir City; Rawls worked for Morbark for over 20 years. He was a talented sales consultant,…

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