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14 Years Ago: Dierks Bentley's Major-Label Debut Album Is Released
On Aug. 19, 2003, Dierks Bentley's eponymous major-label freshman album was released on Capitol Records. Continue reading…
Interview: Josh Abbott Band Get Happy (With a Dash of Sad) on 'Until My Voice Goes Out'
Josh Abbott talks with The Boot about the Josh Abbott Band's new album, 'Until My Voice Goes Out'. Continue reading…
It's Twins for Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott!
Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott is pregnant with twins! Continue reading…
Glen Campbell's Wife, Daughter Pen Open Letters in Response to His Death
Glen Campbell's wife Kim and daughter Ashley have each written open letters following Campbell's death on Aug. 8. Continue reading…
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Jackson area high school football scoreboard for Week 1
Get all high school football scores from across Jackson and Tennessee.
Holly Bobo: No blood evidence found on corroded gun
Court documents filed in Hardin County Circuit Court show three denials for a new trial date and reports that show no blood evidence on a gun found in May.
What time is the eclipse where I live?
Everyone in the United States will be able to see at least a partial eclipse, weather permitting, on Aug. 21, but when is the best time to watch?
50 pounds of pot found in traffic stop; 4 arrested
Four California women facing charges after police find suitcases of marijuana during traffic stop in North Jackson Thursday afternoon.
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First Career Pole for Jones
Erik Jones scored his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole when he claimed the top spot for Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Elliott Chasing Playoff Spot at Bristol
Chase Elliott knows he needs to be aggressive over the final three races of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season to lock himself in to the Playoffs.
Buescher Signs Extension with JTG Daugherty Racing
JTG Daugherty Racing announced today NASCAR driver Chris Buescher will continue to pilot the No. 37 Chevrolet at the top level of the sport, signing a multi-year contract with the team.