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Famous People In Rehab


It seems that there has been a rash of them recently, including Trace Adkins. Elizabeth Vargas from ABC News “came out” a few weeks ago, and is ready to tell her story.

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Highway 40

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Every Wednesday I take a trip to Boonville.  I take  I-70 there, I take Highway 40 back home.  I like the trip back home better.

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A Sportscast About Nothing


This guy is cooler than a lawyer in a cape.  He probably eats his Snickers with a knife & fork.  Soon the nation will be talking about him as if he’s wearing a pair of shoes from Botticelli’s. Watch as he squeezes 41 Seinfeld references into one sportscast.  The references …

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Greek Yogurt Parmesan Baked Chicken


I’ve been seeing this or similar recipes on a lot of healthy/low carb/low fat/skinny food blogs, so I wanted to give it a try.  After all I hear Zeus ate Greek Yogurt.  Zorba too I think.

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100 Missouri Miles


Governor Jay Nixon recently announced an initiative that I’ve been participating in. It’s fun, and I thought you might want to join in!

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The Pedaling Pioneer


The Pedaling Pioneer is riding all 1900 miles of the Oregon Trail, and documenting it. He is a teacher, he’s my friend and he’s crazy as a football bat.

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So Glad To Be Back!


Thanks for all of the emails, comments or calls of concern about my whereabouts the last few weeks.  This morning I had a chance to talk about it.

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Sticky: Message From Scotty


Hey there!  I’m gonna be gone for a little while so you won’t hear me on the morning show, and I just wanted to give you a “head’s up”!

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Helpin’ A Brother Out

don keith

I really like it when today’s big Country stars collaborate with the guys who came before them.  One of my favorites Keith Urban did it recently with another one of my favorites, Don Williams.

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My Friend Will


My friend Will is on the autism spectrum, and with today being World Autism Awareness Day I would encourage you to learn a little more about it.

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