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Ladyjacks Looking to Add Another Trophy

And then there were two.

It's down to two teams in the quest to bring home the WBI Championship trophy and the SFA Ladyjacks locked up their spot in the title game with a 78-74 win over the College of Charleston Thursday night in South Carolina. 

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Dad Pulls Out Son’s Loose Tooth…With a Helicopter?!

Having your baby teeth fall out is a rite of passage of childhood, but rarely is it so eventful.

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 26th, 2014

Did you hear the Celebration this morning on Merrell In the Morning? Here's what you missed: Make up your own holiday, sea cows, a sticky traffic situation, and more!

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 24th, 2014

Did you hear the Celebration this morning on Merrell In the Morning? Here's what you missed: chocolate covered raisins, Steve McQueen's real name, a $20,000,000 egg, and more!

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Win Tickets to See George Strait’s Farewell Show in Dallas

If you haven't heard yet, you've been living under a rock: George Strait's The Cowboy Rides Away Tour is ending at AT&T Stadium in Arlington in June. The guest performer list is insane. The show is sold out, you'll have to scalp tickets for a thousand bucks. But lucky for you, Kicks 105 has a pair to give away, absolutely free. Want 'em?

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 12th, 2014

Today's Celebrations

Girl Scout Birthday Day -  the Girl Scouts of the USA was founded on this day in 1912
Registered Dietitian Day

 

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 10th, 2014

Today's Celebrations

Fill Our Staplers Day: 10 (Also Nov. 3. Always Day after Daylight Savings Ends)
International Day of Awesomeness
Land Line Telephone Day: 10
Napping Day (Monday after daylight savings times)
Salvation Army Day
US Paper Money Day

 

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 5th, 2014

Today's Celebrations

Ash Wednesday
Discover What Your Name Means Day
National Absinthe Day
Annie Oakley Day - On this day in particular, in 1922, Annie broke all existing records for women’s trap shooting. She smashed 98 out of 100 clay targets thrown at 16 yards while at a match at the Pinehurst Gun Club in North Carolina. She hit the first fifty, missed the 51st, then the 67th.

 

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – February 19th, 2014

Today's Celebrations

Iwo Jima Day (Landing)
International Tug-of-War Day
Single Tasking Day
Chocolate Mint Day
Phonograph Day - 1878 - Thomas Alva Edison, famed inventor, patented a music player at his laboratory in Menlo Park, NJ. (This music device is the one we know as the phonograph.) Here’s the real skinny on the story: Edison paid his assistant $18 to make the device from a sketch Edison had drawn. Originally, Edison had set out to invent a telegraph repeater, but came up with the phonograph or, as he called it, the speaking machine.

 

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Danny Merrell’s Favorite Valentines Movies

Thank goodness Valentines only comes once a year.  Chocolates...because of the chocolates, I must gain about 5 pounds every Valentines. That's the only downside to the day of love.  I am a huge and corny romantic which is evidenced in my choice of some of my favorite Valentine's movies. 

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – February 10th, 2014

Today's Celebrations

Plimsoll Day - Samuel Plimsoll, a member of the English Parliament back in the day who championed sailors' safety

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Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – February 1st, 2014

Today's Celebrations

“Four Chaplains Day” in America by unanimous act of Congress in 1988. Honoring WWII Veterans for valor.
The Day The Music Died - February 3, 1959 was a sad day in rock ’n’ roll history: 22-year-old Buddy Holly, 28-year-old J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper) and 17-year-old Ritchie Valens died in an airplane crash near Mason City, Iowa. February 3rd has been remembered as “The Day the Music Died” since Don McLean made the line popular in his 1972 hit, American Pie.

 

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