Mahaska Health Partnership will host a community blood drive from 3:00 – 7:00 PM on Monday, March 26, inside of the Cedar Bluff Learning Center. To donate, please contact the blood center at 800-452-1097 or visit www.bloodcenterimpact.org and use code 5047 to locate the drive.
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The 10th season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is set to premiere March 22, and the show has lined up quite a group of celebs to judge the newest batch of contestants.
Eric Pike the Satellite Guy, local DISH Authorized Retailer, along with DISH Cares, the corporate citizenship program of DISH, are announcing their support of the Oskaloosa Ecumenical Food Cupboard by participating in a nationwide DISH food drive to help “can” hunger Feb. 12-Mar. 2.
Participants may support the Ecumenical Food Cupboard by dropping off non-perishable food items such as canned goods and pasta as well as used, clean plastic bags at these local drop off locations: Hy-Vee (Oskaloosa), The Oskaloosa Eagles Aerie 276, EZ Sales & Rental, Fareway (Oskaloosa), Julie’s Cafe, State Bank of Bussey, Summers Car Credit, Smokey Row (Oskaloosa) and the KBOE/KMZN Studios.
This Day in Country Music History, January 11
RCA releases “Think Of You,” a Chris Young duet with Cassadee Pope, to radio
Taylor Swift is named Favorite Country Artist during the People’s Choice Awards, aired from Los Angeles on CBS
Capitol releases Luke Bryan’s “Rain Is A Good Thing” to radio
Mark Wills begins a six-week stay at the Billboard summit with “19 Somethin'”
Shania Twain’s “Up!” video and Montgomery Gentry’s “Speed” debut on the CMT show “Most Wanted Live”
Kevin Sharp’s remake of The Tony Rich Project’s “Nobody Knows” hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s album “Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume 2” receives five Grammy nominations
Johnny Cash & June Carter record the classic “Jackson” at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
Roger Miller records “Dang Me” and “Chug-A-Lug” at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio on 16th Avenue South in Nashville
Naomi Judd is born in Ashland, Kentucky. Along with daughter Wynonna, The Judds become the pre-eminent duo of the ’80s with harmonies that reflect mountain music and the blues. Chronic hepatitis forces her to halt regular performing in 1991
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