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We update Tim's show notes each day at 7:35 a.m. Mountain time. 5:55 a.m.

6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

The Hindustan Times claims the Mumbai police recently arrested a man for stealing a smartphone. Vaibhav Gurav was buying a train ticket when the thief swiped his man bag. The next day, his friends notified him that a stranger was posting selfies on his social media accounts. Gurav showed the accounts to the police before they returned to the train station and found the suspect. He had no idea that the selfies he was taking with the stolen phone were automatically being uploaded to his victim's social media accounts

6:18 a.m. Story

Want an easy way to make your relationship stronger? It’s as simple as not forgetting to give your significant other a hug and kiss before you leave the house in the morning. It may seem small, but those few seconds could make a big difference in your relationship. "Affection keeps the juices flowing and the romance alive," says psychotherapist Tina B. Tessina, Ph.D., author of How to Be Happy Partners. (Best Life)

6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz

Monday Morning Mystery - DO YOU LOVE ME THE CONTOURS 1962 TEMPTATIONS, MARVELETTES, JACKIE WILSON
#3 IN 1962, #11 IN 1988
R&B vocal group from Detroit, Michigan: Billy Gordon, Billy Hoggs, Joe Billingslea, Sylvester Potts, Huey Davis (guitar; died on 2/23/2002, age 63) and Hubert Johnson (died on 7/11/1981). Dennis Edwards , a member in 1967, joined The Temptations in 1968. Gordon was married to Georgeanna Tillman of The Marvelettes . Johnson was the cousin of Jackie Wilson .

6:40 a.m. Weather Wakeup/Northern Broadcasting Weather

6:55 a.m. Health Story

If your resolution is to have abs like Jennifer Lopez by summer, you better start planking. According to experts, daily planks are a great way to strengthen your core and work those ab muscles for perfect definition. But you can’t just plank for 15 seconds and call it a workout. Trainers say that to get the most benefit out of a plank you need to hold three consecutive poses for at least 60 seconds each! OUCH! Tip: Start slow. Gradually work your way up to a minute or maybe more, but never sacrifice form -- because you could end up hurting yourself. (MS

6:56 a.m. Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m. Story

Top 10 Things People Don’t Have Time For ... according to a new survey by The Midcounties Co-operative

1. Exercising

2. Reading

3. Getting outdoors e.g. for a long walk, visit local attractions

4. Spending time with their family

5. Sorting through old belongings

6. Landscaping

7. Cooking from scratch

8. Catching up with friends

9. Deep cleaning the home such as cleaning the oven or the fridge

10. Watching films

7:15 a.m. Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

1 Bad Boys for Life— $59.2 million
2 Dolittle— $23 million
3 1917—$22 million
4 Jumanji: The Next Level— $10 million
5 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker—$8.4 million
6 Just Mercy—$6 million
7 Little Women—$6 million
8 Knives Out—$4.3 million
9 Like a Boss—$4.1 million
10 Frozen 2— $4.2 million
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Forbes Magazine says Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is no longer the wealthiest man in the world. He is worth $115.6 billion while Bernard Aarnault, the CEO of Louis Vuitton, is worth $117 billion
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Entertainment Tonight claims Dolly Parton is coming out with her own line of greeting cards that will feature her most famous sayings.
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The Street magazine says Coca-Cola is planning to introduce two new Powerade products. Powerade Ultra will hit store shelves next month. It features amino acids, different types of Vitamin B and more electrolytes than original Powerade drinks. Powerade Power Water will feature the same ingredients except for amino acids.
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Brand Eating magazine says McDonald's restaurants in South Korea are serving McChicken sandwiches topped with mozzarella sticks
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Guilty Eats claims Perdue Chicken has launched a new contest to find America's pickiest eaters. Parents are encouraged to submit videos and pictures of their children's most outrageous, funniest and sneakiest picky eating habits. Perdue will pick a winner in March. That winner will receive a year's supply of Perdue chicken products and be featured in a new ad campaign for the company. Perdue will also donate 2,000 pounds of food to the winner's school.
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The Desert Sun newspaper claims a one-armed amateur golfer recently made history when he hit a hole-in-one during a PGA Tour event in La Quinta, California. Laurent Hurtubise was born with one arm and has been playing golf since the age of 11. He aced the fourth hole when his ball slammed into the flagstick and dropped into the cup.
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A Michigan man who noticed something amiss about the couch he bought from a thrift store found more than $40,000 stashed inside a cushion.

Howard Kirby said he bought the couch from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Owosso and used it in his man cave for a few weeks before deciding to investigate why the foot cushion was unusually firm.

Kirby's daughter-in-law opened up the cushion and discovered bundles of cash totaling $43,170.

Kirby said a lawyer told him he would be within his rights to keep the cash, but he decided to contact the store to see if they could identify the couch's original owner.

The money was presented Thursday to Kim Fauth-Newberry, whose recently deceased grandfather was the original owner of the furniture. She said her family had no idea he had such a large amount of cash stashed away.

Fauth-Newberry said the story almost had a very different ending -- her family had considered burning the couch if they couldn't find a thrift store to accept it.
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The Review Times claims a passenger was recently waiting to board a flight at the Portland, Oregon airport when he plugged his PlayStation 4 into an airport computer screen. The man's video games replaced a map of the airport. He started gaming as others gathered around him. Airport officials asked the man to unplug. He did so without causing a commotion.
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The Daily Mail says a dentist from Anchorage, Alaska pulled a patient's tooth while riding a hoverboard. Dr Seth Lookhart says his patient was sedated when he operated on her. He sent a video to his friends before being charged with unlawful dental practice and fraud. The NY Daily News says Seth was found guilty on all charges on Friday.
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KFDX claims Wichita Falls, Texas resident Fernando Tezaguic recently received the shock of his life after a porch pirate came to his home and apologized for stealing holiday packages from him in 2018. Fernando says the man asked for forgiveness before he himself started tearing up. The porch pirate then reimbursed Fernando for the stolen presents. He forgave the thief before the man walked off.
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The News & Observer claims the Rowan County, North Carolina police recently arrested a deadbeat dad, who was hiding in an air conditioning duct. The police went to serve the man with an outstanding warrant for failing to pay child support. Daniel Worley's friends told officers that he wasn't home. They then found Worley hiding in an air conditioning duct. He was stuck so the deputies rescued him and took him to jail. His friends were charged with obstructing an officer
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WTSP claims the Pinellas County, Florida police recently arrested Luke Niemi for driving 145 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. The 23 year-old got busted as he was cruising over a bridge. When asked why he was excessively speeding, Luke told cops he was 'having some fun'.
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The Mercury News claims the California Highway Patrol recently busted a Contra Costa County, California man twice in one day for speeding. He was doing more than 85 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. The speeding man was so upset that he signed both tickets with profanity.
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A man that police had stopped riding his bike in Florida was arrested after officers found what appeared to be cocaine hidden in the brim of his hat. The man was stopped for riding a bicycle at night without the proper lighting. He consented to have the officers search him and that's when they found a white substance hidden in the man's hat he was wearing. The man swore to police that he had no idea where the substance had come from but did admit it was his hat. He also said there was no way that substance was cocaine. The substance tested positive for cocaine and he was taken to jail on possession charges.
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Rule number one when robbing a bank, make sure the mask that you choose to wear in order to conceal your face has holes in it so you can see out. That was the big mistake for Matthew Davies who rolled into a bank with a pillowcase over his head to hide his identity. The problem is he forgot to put eye holes in the pillowcase so he had to take it off in order to see what he was doing. He ended up threatening the teller with a meat cleaver and left the branch after having to take off his pillowcase. Police were able to locate him shortly afterward. Davies eventually pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and robbery.
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A Michigan woman who was pulled over for driving an unregistered vehicle gave cops an excuse that didn't pass the smell test -- saying she was just on a test drive...that had lasted for two months.

The 32-year-old driver, whose name was not released, was pulled over after an officer noticed an irregularity with the plates on her car. When asked for her license and registration, she couldn't produce either one -- handing the deputy a non-driver ID and saying she was simply test-driving the vehicle.

When asked how long she'd been testing the car, she said "a couple of months," but couldn't explain the lack of license. County authorities found an explanation, uncovering nine current suspensions and two driving with license suspended convictions within the past seven years. (News-Herald)

7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

7:50 a.m. Montana Trivia/Science Faction/Local Sports

8:10 a.m. Story

8:12 a.m. ABC News/Northern Broadcasting Montana News/Obituaries/Pressing On

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:50 a.m. Job Hunt

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

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