West Texas REHAB Telethon, Abilene Makes Forbes List, Bear the Great Pyrenees Mix – Top Stories of the Week
Here are the top 5 stories for the past week just in cased you missed one.
This years headlining entertainer for the 44th Annual West Texas Rehabilitation Center’s telethon will be Breckenridge native Morgan Frazier. Frazier’s better known for her song “Yellow Brick Road” that made the Top 20 on Billboard’s ‘Hot 100′ music chart. Her biggest success to date was winning the coveted ‘John Lennon Song Writers Award’ earlier this year. Morgan is currently out promoting “Hey Bully” her latest song and video.
Abilene, Texas finds itself on the list of Forbes’ list of 25 best place to retire in 2014. The business magazine cites several reasons that someone would want to settle in the Key City and spend their golden years.
Bear is the friendliest two year old Great Pyrenees mix you’ll ever meet. He was turned into the Abilene Animal Control Shelter (aka the pound). That said, Bear is at greater risk of being put down because it’s former owner doesn’t want him anymore. Bear is an awesome, friendly and very loving dog. Brittany with the Abilene Animal Control Shelter said “Bear needs to be fixed and the adoption fee will cover that, he is one cool dog”. Please help me find a home for our “KEAN Critter” of the week. See him at the Abilene Animal Control Shelter in the west wing.
Back in November, Make-A-Wish pulled off perhaps the most heartwarming story of the year when it turned San Francisco into Gotham City so five-year-old leukemia survivor Miles could dress up as Batkid and help take down some of the Caped Crusader’s biggest rivals.
Trace Adkins took his first drink in over a decade, then checked into rehab earlier this week.
A spokesperson confirms that the singer has entered a treatment facility after a setback in his battle with alcoholism. Meanwhile, reports circulate that the ‘Just Fishin” singer may have been involved in a fight.