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Clear 99’s Hometown Heroes

There are so many individuals who are doing things to make our community a better place to live. There are tons of local people who are helping to keep us and our families safe during this health crisis, so we want to show a small form of appreciation to them. 

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Clear 99’s Bedtime Stories

The struggle is real for everyone right now. We’re sure these times are even more challenging for those with young children as you try to navigate everything while keeping them entertained, so we’re going to “attempt” to take one thing off your list. 

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Clear Country Concerts

If you’re bummed about there not being any country shows in the near future, then join us Friday for a Clear Country Concert!

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COVID-19 Relief Resources

We’ve compiled a list of resources that might be helpful if you’re struggling financially because of changes in your work environment due to COVID-19. 

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Joe Diffie Has Passed Away

Country legend Joe Diffie has died after contracting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). He was only 61 years old when he died today (March 29).

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Clear 99’s Big-Hearted Bear Hunt

We noticed a cool idea around St. Paddy’s Day where people would put up four-leaf clovers in their windows for neighborhood kids to search for while practicing social distancing… so let’s go on a Big-Hearted Bear Hunt. 🙂

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Coronavirus Outbreak: How Missouri Is Responding

Concerns over the new coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to grow across the state and the nation. Governor Mike Parson and his administration are working each day to respond to the virus and protect the health and well-being of Missourians.

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The Clear 99 $500 Survey Is On Hold

Thank you for playing along with the Clear 99 $500 Survey. Unfortunately, we will be putting the game on hold for the time being. When things start to return to normal we will continue where we left off. 

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COVID 19: The Facts

Winston Churchill made the phrase “Keep Calm – And Carry On” famous in 1939. While we aren’t facing World War III, it’s still a reminder today as we all move forward in a world with health concerns.

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