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NFL Cited for Improper Use of Military Tributes

The National Football League will be returning over $723,000 in taxpayer money to the gov’t from military tributes sponsored by NFL teams. The NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says this is from the last four seasons, from 14 different NFL teams, and was questionable as to how much of the overall money amount the NFL had…MORE

Financial Engines Investing Sense

Financial Engines Investing Sense™ Overview What happens when a Certified Financial Planner™ professional and an everyday investor sit down each week to talk about how to better understand today’s financial and retirement landscape? Investing Sense! Every Saturday, Investing Sense hosts Andy Smith and Bob Richards each bring a different perspective as they talk about the financial…MORE

The Boat Locker

Submit your best excuse to get our of work and “get out there” for your chance to win a $50 gift card to the Boat Locker! Go online here and scroll down to the bottom of the page under the Contact Us form and submit your excuse in the message box.MORE

The Dr. Gil Center Health Minute

Have a health question for Dr. Gil? Submit your question to Dr. Gil for your chance to win a $200 gift card to the Dr. Gil Center good towards any service! Submit your question online HERE, scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter your question under the Contact Us form.MORE

Prince Dead at Age 57

Very sad news to pass along today – the musician known as Prince has been found dead at his home in Minnesota – he was 57. TMZ reports that his body was found by authorities in the studio at his estate in Paisley Park in Minnesota. You may recall he had recently made headlines after…MORE

Governor Haslam Vetos Making Bible Official Book of Tennessee

Tennessee’s Governor Haslam has vetoed a bill to make the official state book the Bible. While the bill had passed both the state senate and house, Haslam says “If we believe that the Bible is the word of God, then we shouldn’t be recognizing it only as a book of historical and economic significance.” Read more…MORE

Woman Asks Graphic Designer to “Make Her Look Pretty”

A young woman messaged a famous satirical graphic designer, asking him to “make her look pretty” because she doesn’t have any self confidence. She struggles with an eating disorder too, so the designer responded in a perfect way. Read MORE.MORE

KFC Trying to Compete with Chick-fil-a

KFC has been reevaluating its menu to compete with fellow chicken-based fast food restaurant, Chick-fil-a. Many customers have said that the food just isn’t the same as the Colonel made it. Read MORE.MORE

Nashville’s Largest Yard Sale

Nashville’s Largest Yard Sale is the perfect day to wrap up your spring cleaning! Gather all the items that are cluttering up your home and business and put it out for sale! If you’re a collector or homemaker or just curious, Nashville’s Largest Yard Sale offers a day of hawking gently-used goods and offering bargain…MORE

Two Confirmed Dead at Lackland AFB

In a situation now described as a murder suicide by Bexar County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson James Keith, two people are confirmed dead at Lackland Air Force Base. More HERE.MORE

Blogs

WTN RoundTable at The Palm

WTN RoundTable at The Palm

Join SuperTalk 99.7 WTN for our next WTN RoundTable discussion sponsored by Paul Winkler Inc. at The Palm Nashville Wednesday, August 1st starting at 11am. Enjoy a delicious lunch with us as we broadcast live from The Palm Nashville. Tune in or join us live as we discuss the upcoming Tennessee State Primary Election with…

Mark Levin has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame!

Mark Levin has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame!

Starting June 4 through June 18, listeners nationwide can vote for their favorite radio personalities in two categories to be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on Nov. 15, 2018. This vote is determined by the listening public, not Radio Industry Professionals.  Mark is nominated in the category SPOKEN WORLD ON-AIR PERSONALITY. Voting is from…

Voting Results: Transit Plan Falls

Voting Results: Transit Plan Falls

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The votes are in and Nashville has spoken – spoken against the transit plan, that is. Nashville voters rejected a proposal to raise four taxes to fund a new transit system throughout Nashville. Early voting numbers showed that about 65 percent of those who voted early voted against the transit plan. In…

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