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Tuesday, November 13th

Tuesday, November 13th



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Today is Grant's birthday - so nothing else matters. Hee!Hee! Grant is the best radio partner a girl could ever wish for. We have been partners for coming up on 15 years, and 10 of those have been good.

Seriously - he is the best partner and the best person. If you get a chance, shoot him good wishes at gnielsen@ksl.com. And I have no idea how old he is - he's been lying about his age since I met him.

Grant did share a great story today about a tipster who got fired from his job for turning in a criminal. Here are the details:

Fired for doing the right thing, that's what a Lee County man says happened to him after he turned in one of the county's most wanted fugitives. "I thought I did the right thing," said Kirk Zahradka. Newspaper photographs of Crimestoppers most wanted tipped Kirk Zahradka off. "Bunch of us seen the electrician's name on it, picture on it," says Zahradka. The man in one of the pictures, Stanley Forcier, was his co-worker. "I called Crimestoppers reported him, got the case number," said Kirk Zahradka. That phone call did them both in. "He got arrested," said Kirk Zahradka. Zahradka got fired the same day. "She (his boss) handed me my paycheck said I was detrimental to the company and I shouldn't have done it like that. Her son said that I just should have keep my nose out of other people's business," said Kirk Zahradka.

And Amanda is all about Dancing with the Stars today. She loved Marie Osmond's performance last night, and her quoting the Bible. Marie said the other night she picked up the Bible and read the passage that says, "There is a time to mourn and a time to dance." She said, "This is my time to dance."

Here's to dancing!

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