Country 100

Farmer Appreciation


Before you get into the swing of things on the farm, Country 100 would like to treat you with Farmer Appreciation Day. Join us March 18th at Moose Jaw's Heritage Inn as we highlight you for all that you do on the farm. We'll take care of lunch, and you can win thousands of dollars in prizes!


Farmer Appreciation Day brought to you by:

  1. Moose Jaw Toyota, Young's Equipment in Moose Jaw and Eagle Tire & Auto, Heartland Agro in Moose Jaw, Regina and Lumsden and Country 100!

  2. Moose Jaw Ford, Raven Machine Limited, Raydon Castle Building Center, Nelson GM, Parrish and Heimbecker in Moose Jaw and Country 100!

  3. Village Ford Lincoln, Peavey Mart, Viterra Moose Jaw and South Country Equipment and Country 100!



We have a Grand Prize for Farmer Appreciation....

Trimble EZ-Guide Plus GPS system. Its adaptable to the ex steer and boom control for the trimble brand. Retails for $2300.00

Take Home Tuesday: Terri Clark

Canadian Country music star, Terri Clark will release her brand new album "Some Songs"  this Tuesday, September 2nd.

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Country 100 wants to give you a chance to win your very own copy all Tuesday long!

Listen for your "Take Home Tuesday' cue to call 306-694-1007

Terri Clark "Take Home Tuesday' is brought to you by Universal Music Canada and Craven Country Jamboree.

Harvest Grub Begins

You work hard at harvest - and Country 100 is ready to say "thanks", with free food from Humpty's Family Retaurant to the field - It's Harvest Grub with Country 100.

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You could be like Yuanitta and the Crew at Qu'Appelle Trails Ranch who were treated to a harvest feast last year from Humpty's Family Resturant. Then it was back to the canola fields!

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Enter here to be the next Harvest Grub Crew Winners.

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Win It Before You Can Buy It Monday

Brad Paisley will debut his new album to the world this Tuesday. How would you like your very own copy this Monday?

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Listen all day Monday for a chance to win Brad Paisley's tenth studio album, "Moonshine In My Truck"

Win It Before You Buy It Monday brought to you by Sony Music Canada and Craven Country Jamboree

STARS Calender Contest

The 2015 STARS calendar marks the 21st year for the fundraising program. STARS is a non-profit, charitable organization that relies on the generosity of the public to keep our helicopters in the air. Every calendar sold helps critically ill and injured patients in your community.

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New this year is a special STARS Calendar Contest that gives STARS supporters a chance to win great monthly prizes, as well as the opportunity to win one of three grand prizes. Check out their winners page to see if your name is drawn.

Country 100 will be on location handing out some of the calenders at the Town N' Country mall parking lot tomorrow (Friday) from 3-6pm.

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Taylor Swift Goes POP!

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                                     Taylor Swift "Shakes It Up" with her latest release.

 During a live web event streamed from New York on Monday, Taylor Swift announced that her new album is complete, her first single is "Shake It Off" and a new video has been made. She debuted the song, which is a danceable rejection of the bad things haters say. As the song played, she danced with fans who had been invited to join her in the studio.

The album 1989 -- which she said was influenced by the late 1980s (she was born in 1989) will drop on October 27th. Taylor says the direction of her music has changed and that this is her first official pop album. The cover is a Polaroid shot with the initials "T.S." and the title "1989" magic markered onto an image of Taylor.

Taylor Swift says her first pop album is a rebirth for her.

She admits that she's been obsessed with taking Polaroid pictures, so she'll include packs of 13 photos in each CD. The deluxe version of the album will have three bonus tracks which are voice memos of songs in their earliest stages.