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The Nashville-based K-93 Power Country “Bobby Bones Show” team visited Somerset Friday to meet with frustrated listeners, including Jennifer Kring of Somerset, who had struck a deal with DJ Bobby Bones that he would hand-deliver her $50 if she listened to their morning show for a week and didn’t like it. Kring, who doesn’t like the new format, donated the money to the family of 12-year-old Jaden Jasper, who was seriously injured in a car accident earlier this month. Local K-93 radio host Rod Zimmerman, presented Kring with a matching $50 donation.

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