The Top 10 Stories On 107.3 KFFM In 2011
From Russian night clubs for kids to Yakima schools serving milk out of bags. From Taylor Swift showing a little more than we expected to a flash mob proposal at our Valley Mall, 2011 was certainly a fun and interesting year. Here are the top 10 stories we had on 107.3 KFFM.
On America's Got Talent we saw a dead ringer for Justin Bieber. To no surprise, she was a female. To all of our surprise, she was actually very talented and lasted quite a while on this show.
Sometimes it takes knowing someone to clue you in on a TV Show and, in this case, it was Carson Daily who saw this video to specially request her to be on 'The Voice.'
Thank you, wind gods!
In a fun post, we noticed that some of the Disney Princesses don't have a mother so we decided to give them one, as if their mother was secretly in each of their films.
Comedian Craig Gass was in town promoting his comedy show. He's a man of a thousand voices so for the week he was in town, he'd stop by the KFFM Morning Show as different characters causing Yakima to create a buzz about all of these high profile celebrities who happen to be in Yakima. It was a lot of fun!
This hard-to-watch video was to raise awareness for child abuse. The worst part was her father, featured in this video, was a local judge in the town they were in. It's the kind of video that makes you want to hug your children.
When Yakima public schools starting serving milk from their classic carton to this plastic bag, we made people aware of it.
Around Easter John Riggs and his daughter decided to try to make Rice Krispie Treats substituting marshmallows for Marshmallow Peeps. The idea was more fun than the finished product.
In shock and awe, we found a photo gallery that we had to share with you that came from Russia. Apparently, they have night clubs geared towards kids.
The Number One story we had in 2011 came from our own back yard! A man decided to propose to his girlfriend in the middle of Valley Mall with the help of a local high school band.