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Fitz in the Morning Episode #299 Friday 07/03/20

Can you Feel the Freedom? Here comes a Star Spangled Bull-Yah! And get ready for “Red White and Bull” starting at Noon, our Two Day All-Star Fantasy Concert only on 98.9 The Bull! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, one-third of inmates at San Quentin have Covid-19, a 72-year-old woman is gored by…

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The Good Stuff: Meet Our Bickford Ford Community Hero Juli!

Fitz in the Morning congratulates Juli, our June Bickford Ford Community Hero, featured on today’s “The Good Stuff”!  Juli is a speech therapist for special needs children at the North Thurston School District. She works well beyond the school hours to ensure each child and family receives their own individual speech plan.  And even though she is retiring at the …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #298 Thursday 07/02/20

Drew woke up oddly concerned about what happens to all the cut-off hair from salons and barber shops, which leads Fitz to wonder what Drew has done with all the videos of Fitz asking Country Artists for hair samples. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a woman is arrested for throwing a burger…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #297 Wednesday 07/01/20

What a day we have in store for you because it’s National Joke Day, so look out for random Dad Jokes, and we hold the First Annual Fitz Firecracker Parade featuring YOU as the fireworks! Things to Look Forward to in July include a new “Unsolved Mysteries” series, Claire’s Birthday, and the “Red White and…

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Cody Gebo of the US Air Force

We love to salute the people who keep America strong. Honoring our men and women in uniform is one of the highlights of our job on the radio. Today we salute Cody Gebo of the United States Air Force. Cody is brand new in the Air Force. In fact, he is just 19 years old and…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #296 Tuesday 06/30/20

The mountains are so misty Claire and Drew launch into a Led Zeppelin song. Fitz had to sit outside the hospital with his little ones looking up at Mommy Bethany’s Maternity Room window because they aren’t allowed inside. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a new cologne claims to be the “smell of…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Film, TV production officially OK to resume today in California after COVID-19 shutdown

kckate16/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — After shutting down beginning in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, today is the day California officials have allowed for film and television production to resume in the state.  However, all productions will have to adhere to a state-mandated set of safety protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  The Los Angeles County Public Health Department …

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It’s no yolk: Texas attorney charged with egging judge’s car over COVID-19 stay-at-home orders

RapidEye/iStock(CONROE, Texas) — An attorney and district judge candidate in Conroe, Texas has been charged with criminal mischief for egging a judge’s car over COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, according to Community Impact Newspaper. The Conroe Police Department charged Eric Yollick, who’s running for district judge in Monroe County, with throwing an egg at current Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s car back in …

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Dow plunges almost 7% amid concerns of second COVID-19 wave

iStock/lucadp(NEW YORK) — As states across the country are working on reopening, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise — which is rattling the volatile stock market once more. COVID-19 cases are up in about 20 states, with hospitalizations on the rise in at least eight.  The new trend has health officials concerned that the long-predicted second wave, which was …

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Dow plunges almost 7% amid concerns of second COVID wave

iStock/lucadp(NEW YORK) — As states across the country are working on reopening, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise — which is rattling the volatile stock market once more. COVID-19 cases are up in about 20 states, with hospitalizations on the rise in at least eight.  The new trend has health officials concerned that the long-predicted second wave, which was …

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