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Country Music News
Lee Brice's <em>I Don't Dance</em> Crowns Country Albums Chart

Powered by the initial sale of 38,495 units, as calculated by Nielsen SoundScan, Lee Brice's I Don't Dance debuts at No. 1 this week on Billboard's country albums chart.

Hunter Hayes Makes Fans Part of the Show With Wristbands

Hunter Hayes' headlining Tattoo (Your Name) Tour is getting ready to kick off on Oct. 30, and Hayes says the tour is all about the fans. Continue reading…

Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton Praise Fellow Musical Event of the Year Nominees

Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton are nominated for their fifth CMA Award together as a duo. The pair are in the running for Musical Event of the Year for their duet, 'You Can't Make Old Friends,' the title track from ...Read More


Mid-Missouri News
man’s body is pulled from the ‘lake’

Camden County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a mysterious death on the water of the Lake. Residents near the 11-mile marker on the Niangua arm found the body of 55 year old David Martin of Kaiser floating on the water late ...Read More

‘racs’ is keeping more women safe

Your donations to Jefferson City’s Rape and Abuse Crisis Service may well have saved some lives. Director Jim Clardy says they helped over 93 – hundred abused women last year … RACS served about 4500 – women when they first ...Read More

the governor fires most of the lottery commission

Governor Jay Nixon announced the Missouri Lottery’s operations need to focus more funding toward education. This comes after a review from the Office of Adminstration. Nixon also wants to see improvements in several other areas to help fund public education. ...Read More