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Vintage Car Toys That Are Now Worth Big Bucks

Everyone has at least one piece of memorabilia that they’ve kept in perfect condition over the years, hoping that one day it might be worth something. Whether it’s Dukes of Hazzard collectibles or vintage TY Beanie Babies, toys from days past hold a certain amount of nostalgia and value. However, not all pieces of memorabilia, […]

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Hazzard Run 2016

OCTOBER 2016 LAST CHANCE to Bring your “General Lee,” “Hazzard County Police Car,” or other “Hazzard Vehicle” to participate in our ANNUAL Hazzard Run from Nashville to Gatlinburg. After 7 years of the Run we are going to create an Exciting New Fall Event for Hazzard County Car Owners and lovers in 2017 !!! Details […]

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Duke of Hazzard Halloween Costume Ideas

Fall is in the air, which means that everyone’s favorite candy-grabbing holiday is just around the corner! It’s never too early to start planning out your Halloween costumes, especially if you want to organize a group theme with your friends. One great way to inspire the Halloween spirit with a bit of down-home nostalgia is […]

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Devastating floods hit Louisiana

Hey Y’all, I hope you will take a look at this story and pictures from Scott Innes about the devastating floods down South. Scott is the top country disc jockey down there and a real good and caring guy. Maybe some of you don’t know that John Schneider’s home and studio near Baton Rouge took […]

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Ben’s Hip Injury

June 1st Hey y’all! This is Miss Alma, Ben’s wife. He fell and broke his hip this morning and is going to have surgery tomorrow. I know the power of Hazzard Nation’sPrayer Warriors..so please put ol’ Cooter on your list and let’s get him healed up in a hurry! God Bless you all. June 2nd […]

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Keep the Robert E. Lee statue in Lee Park

Hey Y’all, The determination of certain “activists” to destroy every vestige of Southern heritage is continuing throughout America as the radicals want to eliminate statues, flags, street names, and school names and anything else that respects the true American journey. The case in Charlottesville is one of the most egregious. That statue has stood for […]

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