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  • Dec 9, 1987
    "Reba McEntire's Greatest Hits" is certified gold
    Dec 12, 1987
    Reba McEntire's name appears at #1 in Billboard with "The Last One To Know"
    Dec 19, 1987
    Reba McEntire performs "Silver Bells" during the NBC special "Bob Hope's Christmas Show: A Snow Job In Florida." Also appearing are Sammy Davis Jr., Brooke Shields and Morgan Fairchild
    Dec 25, 1987
    Road manager, and future husband, Narvel Blackstock gives Reba McEntire a horse named Little Bit for Christmas
    Dec 28, 1987
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's "Love Will Find Its Way To You"
    Jan 30, 1988
    Reba McEntire appears on the Bob Hope special "Hope For A Drug-Free America" with Jimmy Stewart and Charlton Heston
    Feb 12, 1988
    The Statler Brothers and Randy Travis top the list of nominees in The Music City News awards, with five nominations. Barbara Mandrell, Reba McEntire and George Strait claim four apiece
    Feb 23, 1988
    Hank Williams Jr. and Randy Travis lead the list of finalists for the Academy Of Country Music awards, receiving six nominations apiece. Both are up for Entertainer of the Year, along with Alabama, Reba McEntire and Willie Nelson
    Mar 21, 1988
    Reba McEntire wins Top Female Vocalist a fourth straight year during the 23rd annual Academy Of Country Music awards, which she co-hosts with Hank Williams Jr. for NBC from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California
    Apr 2, 1988
    Reba McEntire's "Love Will Find Its Way To You" finds its way to #1 on the Billboard country singles list

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