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My Brother Became An Ironman

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Saturday I went down to Madison, Wisconsin to cheer on my youngest brother, Steve, who was participating in his first Ironman competition. I’ve heard of the race but I didn’t know much about the particulars. For now, I’ll just say that the race was thought up by Naval officer John Collins and his wife, Judy […]

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CMA Nominees Announced Live!

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Yesterday morning some of us were working and couldn’t catch the nominee announcement of the 49th CMA Awards…so if you missed it like me, you can catch it here. ABC’s “Good Morning America” had Aerosmith vocalist, Steve Tyler and country artist newcomer Kelsea Ballerini made the announcements live from New York City. Much to the […]

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Skinless Chicken Can Be a Good Thing!

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I love baked chicken in the oven. Thighs or quarters – the skin has to be sprinkled with my favorite chipotle seasoning then baked to golden, tender, juicy goodness. The skin, to me, is the first appetizer bite of the main meat. I would NEVER knowingly buy skinless chicken!!! Oops! The last time a big […]

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Georgia Girl Scores With College Football Song

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Country artist Lauren Alaina is back in the limelight thanks to her new song, “History”. Written and recorded recently by the artist, ESPN has chosen it for use during their college football season. ESPN also plans to use Alaina’s song in an advertising campaign that will lead up to the College Football Playoff semifinals as […]

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Strange Dollar Doodling!

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I have seen dollar origami, I’ve seen dollars stamped with trace where this bill has been; but I’ve never seen Washington doodled like this! This dollar was passed in the office today as part of a purchase and I couldn’t help notice the extra ink that was not U.S. government issued. Someone must have had […]

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What’s Up, Luke?

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Country artist Luke Bryan has had his 10th #1 single in a row playing on my show, “On The Job with Dennis” but, “What’s Up with his song? I have never heard a song where the artist repeatedly used the same word over again. Talking about turning a corn field into a party – what’s […]

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Little Jimmy Has A Question for Big T

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Twelve years ago was a big day in the country career of Tracy Atkins. With country music not short (Hee Haw) of humor, country legend Little Jimmy Dickens did not come up short with posing a big question to Atkins. 12 years ago, Dickens was put to the task of inviting Atkins to be a […]

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Happy Birthday Robert!!

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Today on my show, “On The Job With Dennis”, I gave a Birthday Shout out to Robert Plant, former vocalist for the rock band, Led Zeppelin. Robert turns 67 today! Whoa! Wait! Rock band on WFXD!!! I explained that on their last album, “In Through The Out Door” the band recorded a song, “Hot Dog”, […]

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On The Beach Prize Awarded

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August 3rd, WFXD radio personalities Dennis, Eric and Adam selected Barbara Watson from Munising as our winner of the On The Beach prize package courtesy of Miller Lite and Great Lakes Wine and Spirits. Barbara informed us that she would be sending her niece Alethea Shelly and her son, Caleb in proxy to pick up […]

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Human Tug Boat Attempts To Break World Record

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Jim “the Shark” Dreyer will attempt to break a world record by attempting to pull a new Lincoln MKC on a barge while swimming 3.58 miles to Mackinac Island. The total weight of his unusual cargo is approximately 16.5 tons. The “Human Tugboat,” as Jim Dreyer is now called after being dubbed a “Superhuman” for […]

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