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Craig Johnson

Been in radio since 1865, right after the War Between the States.  Have been doing the morning show with Al since 1940, just before The Big One.  Both pets died in the last couple of years, the youngest kid moved out and we got underground sprinklers.  My wife and I are foot loose and fancy free.
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Walker Hayes To Open For Ronnie Dunn

Capital Records Nashville recording artist Walker Hayes has been announced as the opening act for Ronnie Dunn's July 22nd concert at the historic Lumberjack Saloon.  "Why Wait For Summer" is Walker's hit record and we ask "Why wait for summer" to get your tickets?

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Elizabeth Taylor Dies

Elizabeth Taylor, who died Wednesday in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure, was one of Hollywood's most famous and popular stars, with roles in such classic movies as 'Giant,' 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' and 'A Place in the Sun.'

Though health problems plagued her entire career, Taylor proved to be one of Hollywood's biggest survival stories, earning two Best Actress Oscars and a slew of other awards and recognition from her peers.

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I Still Think Al Could Win This

'Dancing With the Stars' season 12 premiered last night, and while it lacked the headline power of Kate Gosselin and Bristol Palin, there were plenty of memorable moments that will have everyone talking at the post-show watercooler. Here are the four that stood out the most:

1.) A Star Is Reborn
Ralph Macchio may not be the most famous member of the season 12 cast, but the 'Karate Kid' star definitely made a name for himself tonight with a show-stopping foxtrot. The routine earned Macchio and partner Karina Smirnoff the highest score of the night (24), and set the bar high for the rest of the season. After tonight, Macchio moved one quick step closer to the Mirror Ball Trophy.

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The president is a huge basketball fan
The president is a huge basketball fan
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The President Picks Kansas

“Kansas has firepower.  They are going to go all the way.”  Those are the words President Obama used in predicting the University of Kansas will take it all home in the national men’s college basketball tournament.  The president has a pretty good record.

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