Steve Nedved

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Charges filed in fatal crash

Authorities have filed several charges regarding to Saturday morning’s fatal crash south of Mitchell. Davison County States Attorney Jim Miskimins says eighteen year old Tate Thompson of Ethan is charged with driving under the influence, vehicular battery, vehicular homicide and hit and run resulting in serious injury or death. Thompson is free on bond. His …

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Jason Aldean Impersonator Defrauds Disabled Woman

Photo: Largo Police DepartmentA Florida man who impersonated singer Jason Aldean has been accused by police of defrauding an intellectually disabled woman for both money and sex. Tampa, Fla., TV station WFLA reports that Pinellas County resident Daniel Farris pretended to be the country music star and convinced the victim he was Aldean. Largo Police say Farris asked the …

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Country Star Trivia for 6/27/2016

ComStock/ThinkStockWhat country superstar helped induct a then 21-year-old Alison Krauss into the Grand Ole Opry in 1993? ANSWER: Garth Brooks Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Brett Eldredge Mentors Thomas Rhett on Snapchat

Photo: Country Music AssociationBrett Eldredge takes full responsibility for unleashing his pal Thomas Rhett on the Snapchat world, and says he loves how the social media app lets him show fans his own “wacky, weird” side too. Eldredge (pictured on the left) calls Rhett “a funny guy.” But after talking him into downloading the app, Eldredge says the …

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Nashville Notes for 6/27/16

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkStockAmerican Idol winner Trent Harmon has released “There’s a Girl” as the first single from his forthcoming debut album. Harmon is one of the writers on the track. Listen on Meanwhile, Harmon’s cover of Gary Wright’s 1976 hit “Dream Weaver” will be included in the upcoming film Ice Age: Collision Course. Kellie Pickler got a little star struck and completely …

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Kenny Chesney Apologizes for Telling Philadelphia Concert Police Officer Died

Sony Music Nashville Kenny Chesney owed a suburban Philadelphia police officer a huge apology after mistakenly announcing at his concert Saturday night that he had died. The singer told thousands of fans at Lincoln Financial Field, where he was performing, that Folcroft Borough Police Officer Christopher Dorman, who was shot seven times in the line of duty, …

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Authorities identify 18 year old killed in Saturday morning crash

An 18 year old man from Alexandria has been identified as the person killed in a one-vehicle crash that occurred early Saturday morning south of Mitchell. Four others were injured. Dylan Mentele was a passenger. He was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. A 2011 GMC Sierra was eastbound when the driver, …

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Kenny Chesney Dedicates Performance To Injured Police Officer

Sony Music NashvilleDuring a concert in Philadelphia June 26, Kenny Chesney paid tribute to a local police officer who had been shot seven times in the line of duty the previous day. Officer Christopher Dorman, a part-time officer in the borough of Folcroft, had expected to attend Chesney’s concert at Lincoln Financial Field, but the …

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Davison County fatal crash

One person was killed and four others injured in a one-vehicle crash that occurred early Saturday morning south of Mitchell The names of those involved are not being released pending notification of family members. A 2011 GMC Sierra was eastbound when the driver failed to negotiate a curve east of the intersection of 258th Street …

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The Mavericks Part Ways With Record Label To Launch Their Own

Photo: Jeff Vespa/WireImageGenre-bending band The Mavericks has amicably parted ways with Nashville’s Big Machine Label Group, ABC News has confirmed. The group recorded two critically-acclaimed albums for the label group, 2013’s In Time and 2015’s Mono, and reportedly had just a two-album deal there. The band has now partnered with Nashville-based marketing and distribution company Thirty Tigers, according to, and …

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