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Published June 23 2012

Stars featured on the Fargo-Moorhead Celebrity Walk of Fame

Aerosmith (rock music), Alabama (country music), Steve Allen (actor/musician), Louie Anderson (entertainer), Lynn Anderson (country music), Chet Atkins (country music).

Barney (children’s entertainer), Bert & Ernie (Sesame Street characters), Suzzy Bogguss (country music), Pat Boone (actor/singer), Garth Brooks (country music), Sawyer Brown (country music), Gary Burghoff (Radar O’Reilly of “M*A*S*H”), George W. Bush (governor and president).

Glen Campbell (country music), Lionel Cartwright (country music), Chubby Checker (musician), Roy Clark (country music), Alice Cooper (rock singer), Bob Costas (sports announcer), Billy Ray Cyrus (country music).

Michael Damien (actor/singer), Davis Daniel (country music), Billy Dean (country music), Jimmy Dean (actor/singer/country music), Def Leppard (rock music), Neil Diamond (rock music), Joe Diffie (country music), Karen Duffy (MTV VJ).

Myron Floren (accordion player), Janie Fricke (country music).

Gary Gaetti (baseball player), Bill Gates (entrepreneur), Curt Gowdy (sports announcer), Arlo Guthrie (musician).

Paul Harvey (radio announcer), Highway 101 (country music), Virgil Hill (boxing star), Gregory Hines (actor/dancer), Al Hirt (trumpet player), Gov. John Hoeven (governor of North Dakota).

Phil Jackson (basketball coach), Alan Jackson (country music), Joan Jett (rock music).

Toby Keith (country music), Joanna Kerns (actress), Sammy Kershaw (country music), Hal Ketchum (country music), Kiss (rock band), Charlie Korsmo (Fargo-born actor).

Johnny Lang (blues music), Tracy Lawrence (country music), Chris LeDoux (country music), Brenda Lee (country music), Meadowlark Lemon (Harlem Globetrotter), Art Linkletter (television legend), Little Texas (country music), Patty Loveless (country music).

Harvey Mackay (author/speaker), McBride and the Ride (country music), Tim McGraw (country music), Robert Merrill (actor/singer), Metallica (rock music), The Monkees (singers/

entertainers), Lorrie Morgan (country music).

Nelson (rock music), Oliver North (Iran Contra scandal), Ted Nugent (rock music).

Oak Ridge Boys (country music), Joyce Carol Oates (author), Marie Osmond (entertainer).

Pirates of the Mississippi (country music), Charlie Pride (country music), Gary Puckett (rock music), Kirby Puckett (baseball player).

Jerry Reed (actor/musician

/songwriter), Debbie Reynolds (movie star), Billy Joe Royal (country music).

Ed and Nancy Schafer (former North Dakota governor and first lady), Dr. Robert Schuller (religious leader), Kenny Wayne Shepherd (blues music), Richard Simmons (fitness guru/author), Billy Squire (rock music), Styx (rock music), Sweethearts of the Rodeo (country music).

The Forester Sisters (country music), The Gaithers (country music), The Great Wallendas (circus stars of high wire), The Moody Blues (rock music), Pam Tillis (country music), Tiny Tim (country music), Travis Tritt (country music), Jethro Tull (rock music), Conway Twitty (country music).

John Updike (Pulitzer Prize winner).

Stevie Ray Vaughan (blues music), Bobby Vee (rock music), Jesse Ventura (former Minnesota governor and pro wrestler).

Jimmy Walker (actor/comedian), Dr. Ruth Westheimer (author), Maury Wills (baseball player), Michelle Wright (country music), Weird Al Yankovic (singer/entertainer), Johnny Winter (blues guitarist).

Chuck Yeager (pilot who broke the sound barrier), Trisha Yearwood (country music), Dwight Yoakam (country music), Michael York (actor).

Zig Ziglar (author/speaker).