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Here's a play-by-play of what you'll experience on Earth during the total solar eclipse. For more eclipse coverage, tune in to The Weather Channel all day Monday!

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Today marks 25 years since the release of my album 'T-R-O-U-B-L-E'...! Time sure does fly! ~ T

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Appalachian Wireless recently distributed a limited number of free solar eclipse viewing glasses in stores throughout the region in an effort to help people enjoy this rare and exciting event. Appalachian Wireless must now recommend that you DO NOT USE the glasses. Please discard them. Appalachian Wireless was led to believe that the glasses were safe for solar eclipse viewing. However, like many others who have sold solar viewing glasses or distributed free glasses, Appalachian Wireless has now learned that the manufacturer cannot provide any documentation to certify compliance with recommended safety standards.

“Appalachian Wireless wanted to take part in the excitement of the eclipse and help people enjoy this rare experience,” said Ashley Litteral, Marketing Manager of Appalachian Wireless. “Our vendor initially led us to believe that the glasses were certified for solar eclipse viewing. As we learned more about the safety risks and asked for proof of compliance, the manufacturer could not provide it.”

Viewing the eclipse or the sun without the appropriate eye protection can result in loss of vision or permanent blindness. Your vision and your family’s vision is too important to take any chances. Again, Appalachian Wireless recommends that you DO NOT USE the free glasses that were distributed at its retail stores.
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You can be there in person to see them just stop in at one of these sponsors to register for your chance to win from WDXC Kickin' Country 102.3.
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Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels, Marshall Tucker & Lee Roy Parnell

August 27, 2017, 6:00pm

Closing night of the Kentucky State Fair brings you Travis Tritt and The Charlie Daniels Band also featuring The Marshall Tucker Band and Lee Roy Parnell. This concert is set up with a standing room general admission floor on a dirt surface. Attendance requires Kentucky State Fair admission in addition to this concert ticket.Sale Dates and Times:Public Onsale : Mon, 10 Apr 2017 at 10:00 AM

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