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Author Archives: Will Hearn

Smith County’s Jacob Allen Summers Is A Dream Big Scholar

Smith County High School’s Senior Jacob Summers has been selected as one of the Lite Rock 95.9/106-9 Kicks Country Dream Big Scholars for the month of December. The award, presented by the Tennessee Credit Union, honors outstanding work in the classroom, leadership in school groups, and organization, achievement in extracurricular activities as well as work in the community. One student ... Read More »

Lindsey Payne Of Gordonsville Is A Dream Big Scholar

Gordonsville High School’s Senior Lindsey Payne has been selected as one of the Lite Rock 95.9/106-9 Kicks Country Dream Big Scholars for the month of November. The award, presented by the Tennessee Credit Union, honors outstanding work in the classroom, leadership in school groups, and organization, achievement in extracurricular activities as well as work in the community. One student from ... Read More »

Upperman’s Lindsey Coppock Is A Dream Big Scholar

Upperman High School’s Senior Lindsey Coppock has been selected as one of the Lite Rock 95.9/106-9 Kicks Country Dream Big Scholars for the month of October. The award, presented by the Tennessee Credit Union, honors outstanding work in the classroom, leadership in school groups, and organization, achievement in extracurricular activities as well as work in the community. One student from ... Read More »

Sarah Graham Of Cookeville High Is A Dream Big Scholar

Cookeville High School’s Sarah Graham has been selected as the 106-9 Kicks Country Dream Big Scholar for September. The award honors outstanding work in the classroom, leadership in school groups, and organization, achievement in extracurricular activities as well as work in the community. One student from a high school across the Upper Cumberland wins the award each month. Graham has ... Read More »

DeKalb County’s Callie Cripps Is A Dream Big Scholar

DeKalb County High School Senior Callie Cripps has been selected as the Lite Rock 95.9/106-9 Kicks Country Dream Big Scholar for September. The award, presented by the Tennessee Credit Union, honors outstanding work in the classroom, leadership in school groups, and organization, achievement in extra curricular activities as well as work in the community. One student from a high school across the ... Read More »

Moose wants to know: Are you going to buy the new iPhone?

Okay so let me clear the air – I’m a tech junkie. Yes, I am THAT guy who usually has the latest tech item because I am wowed by bells and whistles. I’ll just have to let you imagine the face I made when I saw announcement about the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus but it was something ... Read More »

The Vols Take On The Vanderbilt Commodores

Tennessee Volunteers Vs Vanderbilt Commodores Vanderbilt Stadium Kickoff set for 6:30pm central Big Orange Gameday presented by McDonald’s begins at 1:00pm The Kickoff Call-In Show begins at 5:00pm This is Football Country….106-9 Kicks Country, the brand new home for Tennessee Volunteers Football. Turn us up for complete coverage as Butch Jones tries to return the Volunteers to an SEC East Title….live ... Read More »

Titans Welcome The New Year With The Texans

Tennessee Titans Vs Houston Texans Sunday Nissan Stadium Kickoff set for 12:00pm Coverage presented by Cookeville Honda begins at 11:00am Marcus Mariota, Delanie Walker, Derrick Morgan, Jason McCourty and your Titans call 106-9 Kicks Country home across the Upper Cumberland. We are the official station of the Titans and we’re your home for every exciting play. The Titans are on the ... Read More »

DeKalb County’s Hannah James Wins Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship

Dekalb County High School Graduate Hannah James has been named the winner of the Bill Penn Broadcast Scholarship. James will receive $1,000 toward her secondary education from the team members at Stonecom Radio, Rock 93-7, Lite Rock 95.9, 106-9 Kicks Country, and Cookeville’s News Talk 100.9/AM 1600. During her time at DeKalb County High School, James held the offices of ... Read More »