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The warmer temperatures during the work week dramatically aided with snow melting to help track personnel prepare for their first practice run scheduled for May 18th. However, the weekend snow flurries probably has racing fans shaking their heads in climate disbelief. Will this snow ever end? During this past week,however,  power was restored to the […]

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Continuing his HomeFront program this summer, country artist Tim McGraw will be awarding mortgage-free homes to military veterans and their families. Tim teamed up with Chase and Operation Homefront to launch the program last year and awarded over 30 newly renovated mortgage-free homes to deserving military families. This year Tim will be awarding 31 homes at 31 stops […]

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Warmer weather has been helping the Sands Township Race Track personal toward their 2013 race season but there is still much work to be done before the first race of the season. Despite the fact that snow has been melting in the area, there is still located on some sections of the track which cancelled […]

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Two of the biggest Country Music icons joined forces to corral a line up of the hottest country artists for April 16th’s “We ‘re All For the Hall” benefit concert. Nearly 14,000 fans cheered to their favorite country stars at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for the benefit’s fourth year that raised a total of nearly $2 […]

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  The Country Music Association announced that Bobby Bare, “Cowboy” Jack Clement, and Kenny Rogers will become the newest members of the revered Country Music Hall of Fame. Rogers will be inducted in the “Modern Era Artist” category, while Bare will be inducted in the “Veterans Era Artist” category. Clement will be inducted in the […]

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Sands Speedway owners Larry Peterson, Bob Goodwin, Mike Mattson, Gene Coleman “Red” Adair and Stan Wittler are patiently waiting for the winter weather to subside so they can begin preparation for their third season of racing. Currently the track still has up to 5 feet of snow on the south side and front straight away; […]

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The music entertainment business can be extremely trying for artists breaking into the business especially when you get signed to a contract and break out as an opening act on a big ticket tour. Occasionally, the opening act artist or group might be handled less than cordially by big named performers but when you are […]

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Nashville recording artist and The X Factor “Season 2” Winner, Tate Stevens,was stunned to hear that his first show in his home state of Missouri sold out 3,000 seats in 30 minutes! His first show on April 21 at The Midland by ACM in Kansas City; his second performance for the following day, Monday, April […]

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What’s to like about tax day? NOTHING! Our federal mafia is extorting money from the working man who earns a wage NOT an income as opposed to a business or corporation. I am winding up paying more this year than last year and grossed LESS than last year – I’m disgusted. I believe that this […]

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I’ve been a rock & roll fan all my life so the first time exposed to something like country music was in college when band Pure Prairie League come to campus. I was working on the concert committee at the time assisting with the dressing room crew for the band when I had the opportunity […]

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