Here are the top 5 stories for the past week just in cased you missed one.

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    Gretchen Wilson Releases “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” Plus Other Timeless Classics

    Get into the Christmas spirit with help from Gretchen Wilson. The “Redneck Woman” just released a new Christmas album titled “Christmas in My Heart” and it includes a couple of timeless classics like “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” and “Nuttin’ For Christmas.” Wilson also included some new, sure to be holiday favorites like “Christmas in My Heart” the title cut from her Christmas project.

    Gretchen xmas Facebook photo
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    Holly Tucker Talks About Her ‘The Voice’ Experience, Plays Her Blake Shelton Guitar, Promotes Benefit Concert + More – Exclusive Interview

    The Big Country had a special rooting interest in Season 4 of ‘The Voice’, when Team Blake picked up Holly Tucker. Tucker has family ties to Abilene and Clyde, and is a student at Baylor in Waco. Holly is paying back our loyalty with a special concert at Clyde High School on Sunday (11/24), and stopped by to talk about the show, her experience on The Voice, and play and sing for us (on her Blake Shelton gift guitar!).

    Holly Tucker Facebook photo
  • 3

    Best Places to Find Christmas Trees in Abilene

    From the classic traditional to the strangely unusual, that’s what I discovered while looking for the best places to purchase a Christmas tree. While no two retailers were alike, each had something different to offer. This year get ready to pay from $19.99 for a fresh cut tree to a whopping $10,000 for a fully decorated artificial custom tree.

    Photo by: Rudy Fernandez
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    Abilene Area Closings and Delays

    Closings and delays of schools, businesses, and government agencies in Abilene and surrounding area are just a click away.

    Spencer Platt, Getty Images
  • 5

    Dave Breaks Into Shay’s Office in Search of Prizes

    I occasionally boast on the air that I’m going to steal something out of Shay’s office to give away. But some KEAN listeners have called, saying they don’t believe that I actually break into my coworker’s personal, locked workspace and pilfer property. So, I decided to provide video evidence to hush my naysayers.