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99 Year Old WWII Vet Gets College Degree!

By: Rob Stone With Memorial Day coming up, we have to take a moment to think about our men and women in uniform. Both active duty, veterans and those we have lost. We also found an amazing story about a WWII Vet who is still alive at the age of 99 and just accomplished something amazing!! In 1942,...
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Jimmie Allen Calls Out BET For Not Playing His Music

Jimmie Allen is calling out BET for not playing his music. While the network isn’t known for playing country, he does point out that he qualifies to be on their airwaves because of the color of his skin. “So @BET stands for Black Entertainment Television but yet they won't play my Music Vidoes (sic...
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Did You Notice This on the Bachelorette Last Night?

By: Rob Stone Last night on the Bachelorette with Hannah B, we noticed a trend with the guys. Many of them asked the question, "can I kiss you"? From what we saw, Hannah answered yes to everyone who asked, but now we have a question. Doesn't that take away from the first kiss? Isn't it something...
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This Year's Most Anticipated Summer Movies

Summer is almost upon us, and that means movies are coming in hot. According to Atom Tickets ’ fan survey, the new “ Spider-Man ,” “ John Wick ,” “ X-Men ,” “ Lion King ” and “ Toy Story ” movies top the list of the most anticipated summer flicks. “ Spider-Man: Far From Home ” starring Tom Holland...
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7-Eleven’s Alcohol Delivery Service Is Heading To 18 Cities

A few years back, 7-Eleven debuted its delivery app for a trial run in Dallas and we patiently waited for it to be available to the rest of us. Well, that day has come and now if you live in one of 18 cities, the convenience store will bring you snacks, Slurpees, and even beer right to your door...
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Kelsea Ballerini On The Importance Of The Grand Ole Opry

Kelsea Ballerini became a member of the Grand Ole Opry last month, and it was an honor that meant the world to her, especially since the Opry has been supportive of her from early in her career. “They invested in me early and allowed me to be a part of that history. So anytime I was able to be on...
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Man Wins Legal Battle That Proved A Harshbrown Is Not A Cell Phone

A Connecticut man was driving last April when he was pulled over and ticketed for talking on the phone while driving. Thing is? The man claimed he was eating a hash brown. The cops didn't believe him and ticketed him anyway. He decided to fight the ticket in court. Jason Stiber had refused to pay a...
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Kip Moore Thinks Artists Need To Pay Songwriters

There’s been a lot of talk lately about songwriters not getting paid enough, especially with streaming services appealing a ruling that would increase the revenue of publishers and songwriters. The subject is something Kip Moore takes very seriously, and he’s doing what he can to make sure...
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Brett Young Is Number One With “Here Tonight”

Brett Young has a new number one single. The singer’s latest track, “ Here Tonight ” tops the “Billboard” Country Airplay chart, making it Brett’s fourth number one single. “ Here Tonight ” takes over the top spot from Luke Combs’ “ Beautiful Crazy, ” which held number one position for seven weeks...
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Brantley Gilbert’s Son Isn’t Scared Of Anything

It sounds like Brantley Gilbert ’s son Barrett is a chip off the old block. The singer says his son is pretty tough, and particularly loves to be outdoors. “This kid, he just wants to be outside,” Brantley shares. “He doesn’t care if it’s raining, snowing, sleet, hail, tornadoes, storms, whatever...
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