Thanks to everyone who came out to the 22nd annual K9 Classic, benefitting the Humane Society of El Paso! We had a blast hosting the event!
Bill & Melissa join Col. DeAntona at the podium for the 11th ADA Imperial Brigade Volunteer Appreciation Award Ceremony; a salute to the hard-working volunteers who offer their time, hearts and effort to Fort Bliss families and the El Paso community!
Below: We enjoyed a tasty lunch with the 11th ADA's LTC Whitmire and his wife Marisol.
Bill & Melissa visit Xavier and Elvia at LULAC's Project Amistad, working on the Papaleros project to help El Paso Seniors:
Bill & Melissa with the very hard working Dora and Diego.
Of course we work with a bunch of clowns! Bill & Melissa had a visit with Dave & Sherry of Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus to get ready for the Greatest Show on Earth coming to El Paso!
Sunny 99.9 salutes the hardest working people in El Paso! If you'd like to let us know who you are and where you play El Paso's Official At-work Station, we'll get you on the planner to recieve treats, prizes and recognition on the radio! We look forward to delivering treats from The Pastry Chef Cafe on Shadow Mountain, Flowers from Carter's on Piedras and treats from Dulce Gourmet Cakes and Cupcakes!
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Last year was the first time in history that women outpaced men in this. What is it?
ANSWER: Earning doctoral degrees. American women brought home about 28,900 of them last year, while men earned just over 28,400.
Anchorman Ron Burgundy, otherwise known as Will Ferrell, joined the KX News in Bismarck, North Dakota on Saturday night.
In character throughout the half-hour broadcast, Will read the local Bismarck news alongside co-anchor Amber Schatz.
Burgundy's signature "stay classy" catchphrase didn't make the air, though, because he missed his cue. Instead, Will ended the night by saying, "What? Am I supposed to read that?"
Every neighborhood has that one house that gets a lot of attention each holiday season – the one outdoes every other house with hundreds of lights and decorations. The neighbors either appreciate the decorations ... or they complain about it.
Imagine living near the Richards family in Canberra, Australia. They just broke the Guinness World Record for the most Christmas lights on a house. Their unbelievable display contains more than half-a-million light bulbs, requiring 31 miles of wire. And their enormous electric bill sets them back about $2,000 a month.
Some of their neighbors, as you might expect, are not happy about it and have stopped talking to the Richards family. (Daily Mail)