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July 16th Is Officially…

National Personal Chef Day

Don’t you wish you had a private chef to cook for you at any time? This is the day to celebrate those who have a passion for food and love sharing it with people. If you could have a private chef cook you one meal, what would it be? For me personally, it would probably have to be something Italian or Mediterranean.

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Almost Impossible Trivia for 7/2/13

Congratulations to Bull Swanson of Yoakum! He knew the answer to today’s Almost Impossible Trivia Question, and won a couple of yummy Jack In The Box Tacos!

Q:  Which American state has a name that ends in three vowels?

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You Can Be The Ultimate ’12th Man’

No one has ever had 12THMAN on an official Texas license plate.  Now for the first time, Texas A&M University and MyPlates.com will auction the right to display the one and only 12THMAN license plate. Are YOU the 'ultimate' Aggies fan?

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July 2nd Is Officially…

In keeping with yesterday's post regarding days with special "designations" in the month of July, here are some more for the 2nd day of the 7th month of the year. Our crack (or "cracked") research staff has searched high and low on the Interwebs to find only the best, most useful information so you can get the most out of each day of this month!

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Welcome To July!

I think there's just something rather symmetrical about a new month starting on a Monday.  To me, it just kind of starts off the month in an "orderly" fashion. But, that's just me, I guess! Anyway, with a brand-new month upon us, I thought I'd share some little-known designations for the days of this month, starting with July 1st.

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June 26th in Country Music History

1970: Ray Stevens' "Everything Is Beautiful" single was certified Gold.

1971: Jerry Reed's "When You're Hot, You're Hot" peaked at number nine on the pop singles chart.

1971: John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" broke into the Top 40.

1976: The Oak Ridge Boys first appeared on the country charts.

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June 25th in Country Music History

1986: George Strait's daughter Jennifer was killed in a car accident near San Marcos, Texas.

1987: Reba McEntire filed for divorce from Charlie Battles.

1996: new album releases included Trace Adkins' debut, "Dreamin' Out Loud" and Wade Hayes' sophomore effort, "On A Good Night."

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June 19th in Country Music History

1960: Loretta Lynn made her debut on the country charts with her first single release, "Honky Tonk Girl," on the Zero label.

1976: Country Music Hall of Fame member Eddy Arnold entered the charts with "Cowboy," his 100th country hit.  He was the first artist to accumulate a three-digit figure of hits on that chart.

1982: George Strait's first number one single, "Fool Hearted Memory," was released. George recently scored his 60th chart-topper.

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June 18th in Country Music History

Here are some events In Country Music History that happened on June 18th...

1915: A.P. Carter married Sara Dougherty in Virginia, starting the legendary Country music family that produced June Carter and Carlene Carter.

1973: Loretta Lynn appeared on the cover of "Newsweek" magazine.

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June 17th In Country Music History

Here's a look at a few events in Country music history that occurred on June 14...

1963: the "Patsy Cline Story" album by Patsy Cline was released.

1988: Garth Brooks signed with Capitol Records.

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June 14th In Country Music History

Here are some of the events that happened on this day in Country music history:

1961: Patsy Cline suffered serious head injuries and a fractured hip in a car accident in Madison, Tennessee.

1977: the "Ol' Waylon" album by Waylon Jennings was certified Gold.

1980: Alabama's first hit, "My Home's In Alabama," made its chart debut.

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Dig Our History Days June 14th Through 17th

 

Dig Our History Days is a free community event that is scheduled June 14-17 in Victoria's historic downtown. Numerous fun, hands-on activities are planned, including a paticipatory archaeology dig project at De Leon Plaza.

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