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Getting around Jackson may pose a few more challenges than usual Friday thanks to preparations for the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race. Several streets will have partial closures as the track for the dogsleds is being construction. According to Sergeant Steve Saez of the Jackson Police Department, the streets affected include East Broadway, Redmond, West Cache Creek and Snow King Avenue. Saez urges motorists to be cautious around the crews as they construct the track, and observe the directions being given them by police officers during the race. Meanwhile, a START Bus shuttle will be run from the Town Square to the musher’s party at Snow King following the race start.
The Bureau of Reclamation is seeking public review and comment on the Palisades Dam Security Enhancement Project Draft Environmental Assessment, which documents the environmental effects of a proposal to correct security vulnerabilities related to motor vehicles traveling across the top of the dam. Security studies determined that motor vehicles traveling across the crest of the dam pose a threat to security and public safety from an explosion which could compromise the dam’s structural integrity. Bu-rec Spokesman John Redding says corrective actions could include widening the dam crest up-stream by 10-feet, raising the dam crest by 5-feet, constructing a bridge down-stream, or placing a median on the dam crest. Public comments on the assessment are being accepted by Bu-rec until February 25th and Redding says construction on the selected alternative could begin in August. Palisades Dam was constructed by Reclamation in 1957 as part of the Palisades Project. It is a multipurpose facility that provides for irrigation, flood control, hydropower, and recreation.
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KJAX Country plays the very best new country songs, mixed with time-tested hits from the 90′s through today. You’ll hear today’s superstars like Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban – plus country greats like George Strait, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw.
Here is a recent sample hour music schedule:
Here’s A Quarter, Travis Tritt
Whatever It Is, Zac Brown Band
Trashy Women, Confederate Railroad
Wrapped George Strait
Then Brad Paisley
Every Day, Rascal Flatts
Brothers, Dean Brody
Whiskey Girl, Toby Keith
Don’t Think I Can’t Love You, Jake Owen
One More Day, Diamond Rio
Last Name, Carrie Underwood
Something To Be Proud Of, Montgomery Gentry
Everytime I Hear Your Name, Kieth Anderson
My Maria Brooks & Dunn
Out Last Night, Kenny Chesney
Little Rock, Reba McEntire
Firecracker, Josh Turner
All GREAT songs from Top artists.
Mike Golic is co-host of ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning (6-10 a.m. ET), which premiered October 12, 1998 and is carried by more than 310 affiliates nationwide. He also serves as an analyst for ESPN and ESPN2’s NFL studio programming, as well as for the networks’ college football game coverage.
On January 2005, Mike & Mike in the Morning, which had been simulcast on ESPNEWS (45 million homes) since April 2004, moved its simulcast to ESPN2 (89 million homes). The co-hosts Golic and Mike Greenberg, have also appeared together in other media outlets: a primetime special (ESPN’s Mike & Mike at Night); a prime time drama (TILT); a primetime series (League Night); currently on-line as star characters in ESPN.com’s “Off Mikes” cartoon. In December 2005, the Mikes were featured in ESPN Radio’s first national broadcast promos.
Joining ESPN in 1995 as an NFL reporter/analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown, Golic has since then worked as the color commentator for the Arena Football League (1996-98) and the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars pre-season games (1995-98). In 1998, Golic began serving as college football analyst for ESPN and ABC, and was an original analyst for NFL 2Night, the five-night-per-week news and information program on ESPN2. That program ran through the 2002 season. Beginning in 2003, he held a similar position on ESPN2’s NFL Live.
Golic is a nine-year NFL veteran, playing defensive tackle for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins. During his seven years in Philadelphia, he began his television career with a weekly segment on the Randle Cunningham Show. He received a Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award for his feature “Golic’s Got It.”
Golic, born Dec. 12, 1962, is a 1985 graduate of the University of Notre Dame where he served as captain of the football team during his senior season. He also wrestled for the Irish.
Here Mike in Jackson on KSGT 1340AM and 96.3FM
The Buffalo Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest is seeking public input on a proposal to help restore whitebark pine in the South Fork Spread Creek drainage. Whitebark pine populations throughout the western United States have seen a dramatic decline in recent years due to mountain pine beetle. The project, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Research Station in Missoula, Montana, would remove trees that are competing with whitebark pines, and create openings where new whitebark pine seedlings can become established. Thinning would be used to cut out small lodgepole pines in 35 year old clearcuts in order to release existing naturally-seeded whitebark pine, promote tree species diversity, and increase stand resistance to future mountain pine beetle outbreaks. Comments on the proposed project will be accepted until February 17th and may be directed to Karl Buermeyer at the Blackrock Ranger Station in Moran, Wyoming.