Yesterday, a federal jury found Roger Clemens not guilty of Obstruction of Congress. They brought in 46 witnesses, discarded medical items they say were used by Clemens linked to steroid use, and used thousands of dollars in tax-payer money. T
Kellie Pickler loves our troops! The country cutie headed to the Middle East for her fifth international USO tour, a fact she let us know via a recent tweet. Five tours? That’s dedication to our boys (and girls) in the service. Pickler is naturally perky, but the ‘Where’s Tammy Wynette’ singer expressed excitement about being able to visit the military bases overseas and perform. But that’s not the extent of her support. Heck, it’s not even the half of it.
Country music has a long tradition of supporting the troops, with stars like Toby Keith, Kellie Pickler and Darryl Worley taking frequent trips overseas to play for the men and women stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Of course, before the Gulf Wars, country musicians were quick to join the USO to play for troops stationed just about anywhere. While only a minority of Nashville’s best served in the military, more than a few on this list may surprise you.
Tim McGraw is giving back to wounded warriors and service members by launching the nationwide HomeFront initiative, a goodwill effort that will award 25 deserving families with a mortgage-free home at each of his summer concert stops.
Another great and busy Spring weekend around Billings! My weekend round-up actually begins on Friday afternoon! The PBR cowboys arrived at our PBR Radio Tour at Archie Cochrane Ford during our live broadcast!
Do you have a hero that you look up to? Someone that makes you feel like you can do anything. Some one who sets a great example and whom you want to be like? As a child I had many heroes, Superman and Wonder Women, Batman and Robin and let's not forget about Aqua Man, I mean how cool to have a hero who could breathe underwater.
Escorted by my handsome date, my thirteen-year-old son Triston, I will be attending the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County's 18th Annual "Be Great Ball' at the Crown Plaza tonight to benefit the many amazing programs at the clubs.
The following Hometown Hero was submitted by Lorrie McCabe
John joined the Navy in 1973 right out of high school and retired in 1994. He served on various aircraft carriers, and been in almost every ocean on the planet. During his final four years he served as a Navy Instructor, teaching what he had learned to the new sailors and Marines: to carry on the traditions and values that make this country the greatest nation on earth.
K-Bear's own Major Dan Miller served in the Korean War as an engineer and a medic. Play the audio clip to hear Major Dan describe his time in the service, how he came to be a medic with no formal training and his claim to fame at Fort Leonard Wood off of historic Route 66 in Missouri.
The following Hometown Hero was submitted by Bill Callahan
My uncle Bob Jarvis served in The U.S. Navy during World War II. He and his twin brother Dick enlisted in the Navy in 1942. They both went to boot camp and then trained as anti-aircraft gunners. At that point they were assigned different ships.
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