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Dennis Oliver

I began my radio career in July of 1976 at WBBA radio in my hometown of Pittsfield, Illinois, while also working on the farm the radio station owner had. Then I moved to Canton, Missouri in the fall of 1980 and helped start KQCA radio, where we spun records for four years. My next stop was in Quincy, Ill. and I helped start up WQCY-FM, in 1984 as Program Director. In 1992 I moved to Bick Broadcasting and started Top 40 Hits KRRY-FM (Y101) and have been here ever since!
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‘Cancer Crush’ in Quincy Will Benefit Blessing Cancer Center [Interview]

We all have people we look up to. I admire Luke Tappe. Luke is a great person, and also a fighter. He is fighting for his dad. Luke's father,Ted, has cancer. Some people would wring their hands and say "woe is me." Not Luke. Luke is battling something that is out of his control, but he is doing everything he can to help his dad get better. It is a fight that he plans to win.

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The Beatles
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When I’m 64

If you know me, you know I am a fan of The Beatles. Have been for 50 years. It is so hard for me to believe that it has been 50 years since The Beatles came to America and played on the Ed Sullivan Show on that historic night in February of 1964. Their music changed my life. From then on I was a Beatle freak. They were something fresh and new and the music they made just made everything better.

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The Beatles With Ed Sullivan
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50th Anniversary of the Beatles

I am a huge fan of the Beatles and I thought I knew everything Beatles. Preparations are being made to mark the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' performance on the Ed Sullivan show. 2014 also marks the 50th anniversary of the release of 'Meet the Beatles' in the United States. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr - the only surviving Beatles - are scheduled to perform at the Grammys on January 26.

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Hannibal Parks and Recreation Invites Kids to Bring Tricycles and Big Wheels For ‘Pedal Power’

The kids will have a blast while keeping warm inside the Admilral Coontz Recreation Center on January 11, 2014. Pedal Power, sponsored by Hannibal Parks and Recreation, will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., and it is a free activity for kids ages 2 to 6. Kids are invited to bring their tricycles, Big Wheels, and other pedal-powered vehicles. Cones will be set up to form a track. This special day gives toddlers a way to burn off energy during cold winter days.

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