Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers June 22, 2009

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Saginaw News:

Ken MacDonald Jr. said he slept "fabulously" Friday night, sure nothing would sideline his annual KCQ Country Music Fest on Saturday at Ojibway Island. Sure, thunderstorms boomed through the night, and there was a dodged disaster -- headliner Travis Tritt's father died less than a week ago. "But it looks like this could be one of our best years, and it feels like it, too," said the owner of WKCQ-FM, 98.1, and the day proved him right. The Saginaw County Sheriff's Department says 90,000 people showed up through the day, and a look around the grounds, from the car and motorcycle show to the inflatables to the food tents, didn't leave much doubt... 90,000 people show up for KCQ Country Music Fest in Saginaw (Sat, 6/20)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on June 22, 2009 11:24 PM.

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