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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross talks with Murray State psychology professor Dr. Michael Bordieri about sticking to new year’s resolutions.

Kathy Hodge of the Humane Society of Calloway County brings Daisy the Mastiff for a visit on Puppies Sound Good with Tracy Ross.

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Tracy Ross speaks with Jason Woods, a Murray native who is bringing his one-man production of A Christmas Carol to the Krider Performing Arts Center in Paris, Tennessee, on December 22.

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The Murray State Racer basketball team won two of their last three games since Tracy Ross and Neal Bradley spoke on Sounds Good. Ross and Bradley recap those games and preview the remaining games in 2016.

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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross talks with Murray State University psychology professor Dr. Michael Bordieri on managing holiday stress.

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Brynn Jones and Jake Hunter, cast members from Playhouse in the Park’s Beauty and the Beast, speak with Tracy Ross a perform a snippet of the show on Sounds Good.

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Join us for our next Sounds Good Live Lunch featuring San Antonio desert rock duo Lonely Horse! They perform live in Studio B at Noon, Friday, December 9.

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Neal Bradley and Tracy Ross review the Racer Football season and dig into Racer Basketball on Sounds Good.

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Rosemary Steele and Jessica Perkins speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about the Affordable Art Show, which provides funds for the Paducah Arts Alliance's Artist In Residence program.

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On Sounds Good, Tommy Womack reflects on his more than three decades in the music industry. Womack is a founding member of cult-favorite Bowling Green band Government Cheese. He then formed Nashville group the Bis-quits along with Will Kimbrough before beginning a solo career in 1998.

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