Born on this Day in History: January 11, 1946 - Born in Kentucky, Naomi Judd worked hard to support her two daughters alone. She began singing with daughter Wynonna in the 1970s, and "The Judds" had a record deal by 1983. The duo was a country music sensation, with songs like "Girls' Night Out" and "Turn it Loose" before illness forced Naomi's retirement. Judd's younger daughter, Ashley, became a successful film actress.
On this Day in History: January 11, 1966 - Numerous people, including the mayor of Wanaque and their police chief, observe a UFO over Wanaque Reservoir, burning holes in the ice. The Air Force explained it as a weather balloon, but later withdrew that claim and called it a helicopter.
Scripture of the Day
Video of the Day This amazing unit will arrive today! Laura's will arrive Friday! Friday evening, we shall have an Ice Cream Sandwich party!