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Having a Halloween Party this weekend? Need some creative recipes? Click here! One Mix Listener just mixes Honey Nut Peanuts and Candy Corn!

Jim Arrighi last saw Petey, his 4-year-old Jack Russell terrier, in the back yard of his Erin, Tenn., home. (60 miles WNW from Nashville) That was in July, and the 73-year-old retired electrician had nearly given up on seeing his pet again.

While struggling with the loss of his dog, Arrighi also lost his wife, Juanita, who suffered from pulmonary disease and died just 2 weeks ago.


Can you believe Thanksgiving is 4 weeks from TODAY? What is your favorite thing about Thanksgiving?

Halloween is less than a week away. Do you have "Candy rules?" There are several great comments on our Facebook page HERE.

Kelsey Grammer has a new show tonight called, "Boss." Since his last show, "Hank" didn't make it past five episodes and the show before that ("Back to you") only lasted one season, will you check this out? Will he ever have another "Frasier?"

The full cast of NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice 5" outed themselves in New York Tuesday, as the new assemblage of competitors hit the mean streets to test their sandwich-making skills in what appeared to be a one of the show's competitions, Reality Blurred reported.

A devoted Iowa couple married for 72 years died holding hands in the hospital last week, exactly one hour apart.

The passing reflected the nature of their marriage, where, "As a rule, everything was done together," said the couple's daughter Donna Sheets, 71.

Gordon Yeager, 94, and his wife Norma, 90, left their small town of State Center, Iowa, on Wednesday to go into town, but never made it. A car accident sent the couple to the emergency room and intensive care unit with broken bones and other injuries. But, even in the hospital, their concerns were each other.

Here are the Five Most Unhealthy Halloween Candies We see these lists every year, but if you're picking out your Halloween candy this week, "Reader's Digest" has a list of the unhealthiest Halloween candies you can buy.  Obviously, ALL candy is bad for you, but here are the top five.

--And remember, the recommended daily limit for processed sugar in a 2,000 calorie diet is about 40 grams, or between 100 and 150 calories.  That's about eight teaspoons.

#5)  Twizzlers.  They don't have much fat, but they're basically just sugar . . .

WOO HOO! Congratulations to Cathy Romanoff Baumann, who was our first winner in the "Mix 92.9 Home For The Holidays" Contest! She won a $100 Mapco Gas Card because she called us back within 10 minutes when she heard us say her name at 6:10am. You could be our NEXT winner at 11:10 this morning, or 1:10 and 4:10 this afternoon! Our grand prize is TWO (2) $300 Southwest Airlines vouchers!

A new study says HALF of women surveyed would rather GET THE FLU than take care of their sick husbands. You?

Paula Deen visits the Mix Morning Show with her new book, "Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible."