After a full night of studying, Haley Hines wills her eyes open as her alarm sounds in the predawn hours. Fighting her body’s urge to throw the covers over her head, she turns to silence the ringing. Tossing blankets aside, she swings her legs over the edge of the bed.
It’s 4:30 a.m. and she’s up, donning her coveralls and boots. In less than 15 minutes, she’s ready and...Read More