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Waking Up Abilene with Justin Case on 95 one The Wolf.

The Wolf Abilene, Texas – 95.1 The Wolf will have a “New” but “Familiar” sound in the mornings when Justin Case, long time radio personality takes over Mornings beginning November 1, 2018. Justin has been heard in markets that include Los Angeles, Houston, Memphis and since 1993 right here in West Texas on radio stations that included KEAN, KBCY and 102 The Bear. During Justin’s long career as a radio personality he has developed friendships with many of todays top country artist. He is also well know for his in depth interviews with artist that include George Strait, Garth. Brooks and Dunn, Reba, Merle, Willie Nelson, and many more. With the strong influence of Texas Artist in today’s music scene, that artist relationship continues in that genre of music. Justin says, “I am extremely excited to be joining the team at 95.1 The Wolf as well at 96Q. I’ve always said that The Wolf has the best sound in town and could win in any market in the US. Being locally owned and operated Community Broadcast Partners is very community oriented and that is important to West Texas. Plus entertaining during the mornings will be so much fun and I look forward to connecting with listeners there.” Owner of 95.1 The Wolf, David Klement says, “We are very excited to have Justin back on the air in Abilene. His reputation and involvement in the community will be a great asset to us, our listeners and advertisers!"

Soldier critically injured in Alaska after being struck by falling bear?!?

Here a Crazy Story from the Army Times.


A hunting trip took a terrible turn Saturday when a bear that had been shot by two soldiers fell from a ridge and struck one of the men.

Specialist William McCormick, 28, and Pfc. Zachary Tennyson, 19, were on a recreational hunting trip in the area of Carter Lake, Alaska, about 100 miles south of Anchorage, when the incident occurred, according to KTVA.

Both soldiers are members of the 25th Infantry Division’s 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), based out of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

Dispatchers were reportedly notified of the accident through a beacon signal from a Garmin inReach satellite communication device.

The situation was dire by the time help arrived. 


“The pair were hunting in the area and shot a bear above them on a ridge,” authorities told KTVA. “The bear rolled down the slope dislodging rocks in the process. [McCormick] was injured when he was struck by both a rock and the bear.”

With the help of Alaska state troopers and personnel from two fire departments, McCormick was carried to a helicopter to be medically evacuated, the report said.

From there, he was flown to Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, where he has reportedly been listed as sustaining “life-threatening injuries.”

A spokesman from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game told KTVA that it was a black bear that had fallen from the ridge just above the two soldiers' position.

Tennyson was not hurt in the accident.  


full story here


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