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Dr. Shane and Tess get clarification on Governor DeSantis' new executive order from State Rep. Jay Trumbull JR. Heather from the Bay Co. Dept. of Health gives and update plus your favorites like 5 Random Facts, Good News and the iHeart Country Minute.
It's a very different show today with Dr. Shane and Tess as they get deep with how they've been feeling about everything happening. Terri Clark joins to talk about Joe Diffie. Randy Houser also joins to talk bout how he's coping and has an AWESOME new song.
Dr. Shane and Tess pay tribute and remember Joe Diffie with stars like Lee Brice, Keith Burns from Trick Pony and other special guests. We also round up the weekend news and all of your favorites like 5 random facts, iHeart Country Minute and more!
Dr. Shane and Tess have your latest information from the Bay County Department of Health, Nashville News, awesome good news headlines, 5 Random Facts, Mac's new favorite song is driving Tess nuts and a HILARIOUS dumb criminal story.
Local gas prices are dropping, we try to get some help on our Insta pages, Tess found and a vet that did a house call for her cat!!!! Plus all of your favorites with Dr. Shane and Tess in the Morning on 92.5 WPAP
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