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Medical Minute – Sponsored by Abilene Regional Medical Center

Medical Minute – Sponsored by Abilene Regional Medical Center

We’re hoping 2020 brings you health and happiness! Welcome to the Medical Minute sponsored by Abilene Regional Medical Center. Medical Minute: Dr. Timothy Bumann, Medical Director of the Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center 20 years ago Dr. Timothy Bumann helped ARMC accomplish another FIRST for the Big Country by opening a comprehensive wound care center.…More

Visit Arlington, Texas

Visit Arlington, Texas

Whether it’s a few days on thrilling roller coasters at Six Flags Over Texas, cheering on MLB Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington, splashing around at Hurricane Harbor or enjoying a tour in one of the world’s most cutting-edge sports arenas and home to the NFL Dallas Cowboys, the $1.3 billion AT&T Stadium, Arlington has what it takes for you…More

Nash Nights LIVE

Nash Nights LIVE

NASH NIGHTS LIVE is an exciting new Country music and lifestyle show featuring the legendary, award-winning host Shawn Parr. The show airs live from Nashville's hottest new broadcasting comple…More

Country Weekly On Air

Country Weekly On Air

Listen to KBCY each weekday morning for a Country Music Update from Country Weekly On Air at 7:40am and again at 4:18pm. Head over to http://www.countryweekly.com to get more updates, too.More

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John Prine Hospitalized With COVID-19 Symptoms: “His Situation Is Critical”

John Prine Hospitalized With COVID-19 Symptoms: “His Situation Is Critical”

Singer/songwriter John Prine, 73, has been hospitalized after suffering from COVID-19 symptoms. John’s family released a statement via Instagram on March 29: “After a sudden onset of COVID-19 symptoms, John was hospitalized on Thursday. He was intubated Saturday evening, and continues to receive care, but his situation is critical. This is hard news for us…More

Joe Diffie Dies at 61 After Complications From COVID-19

Joe Diffie Dies at 61 After Complications From COVID-19

Two days after confirming he tested positive for COVID-19, Joe Diffie, 61, died on March 29, according to a statement from his PR company:  “Grammy-winning country music legend Joe Diffie passed away today, Sunday, March 29, from complications of coronavirus (COVID-19). His family requests their privacy at this time.” Joe topped the charts with “Pickup…More