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  • Dec 4, 1997
    Doug Stone's mother, Gail Menscer, dies from cancer in Warm Springs, Georgia
    Apr 6, 1998
    More than 25 artists file suit in Los Angeles against California businessman Jim Salmon, who appropriated the artists' names for porn websites. Among the litigants: Clay Walker, Collin Raye, Deana Carter, Doug Stone, Faith Hill and Jo Dee Messina
    Jun 17, 1998
    Doug and Beth Stone have a daughter, Baily Rebecca, in Springfield, Tennessee
    Jun 29, 1998
    A Los Angeles judge rules more than 25 artists have the rights to their own names, which have been linked against their wishes to porn websites. Among the litigants: Clay Walker, Collin Raye, Deana Carter, Doug Stone, Faith Hill and Jo Dee Messina
    May 2, 1999
    Doug Stone delivers the national anthem before the Diehard 500 NASCAR race, won by Dale Earnhardt at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama
    Dec 17, 1999
    A plane carrying Doug Stone slides off a snowy runway at Chicago's O'Hare Airport. No one is injured
    Mar 7, 2000
    Doug Stone is rushed to NorthCrest Medical Center in Springfield, Tennessee, after the small aircraft carrying him crashes. The singer suffers a broken ankle, a broken rib and a bruised kidney, but survives
    Dec 2, 2000
    Doug Stone performs during halftime of the Army-Navy college football game in Baltimore. The Midshipmen defeat the Black Knights, 30-28
    Sep 11, 2002
    Doug Stone sings the national anthem and Neal McCoy performs "God Bless America" during the seventh inning stretch when the hometown Kansas City Royals face the Chicago White Sox. The Royals win, 9-6
    Jun 8, 2003
    Doug Stone's "I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box)" ranks at #96 when CMT debuts its "100 Greatest Songs Of Country Music"

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