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  • Aug 5, 1983
    "Entertainment Tonight" reporter Robin Leach hosts a special, "Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous," the prototype for a future series. The special explores the homes of 30 celebrities, including Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers and Loretta Lynn
    Sep 23, 1983
    Ladies Home Journal magazine names Loretta Lynn one of America's 100 Most Important Women, on the list with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Sandra Day O'Connor, Nancy Reagan and Katharine Hepburn
    Oct 9, 1983
    The Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inducts blues pioneer W.C. Handy, Loretta Lynn and Beasley Smith, who wrote Roy Acuff's "Night Train To Memphis"
    Nov 5, 1983
    Johnny Rodriguez stars on television's "Hee Haw," with performances by Loretta Lynn and cast regular Grandpa Jones
    Nov 15, 1983
    Loretta Lynn heads to Germany on her first USO tour
    May 3, 1984
    Roy Acuff is the first country artist saluted at Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center. Guests at the $500-a-seat, black-tie affair include: Loretta Lynn, Gene Autry, The Charlie Daniels Band, Tammy Wynette, Charley Pride and Minnie Pearl
    May 21, 1984

    People magazine's lead story goes "Inside Country Music" with cover pics of Willie Nelson, George Strait, Kenny Rogers, Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle 

    Jul 22, 1984
    Loretta Lynn's son, Jack Benny Lynn, drowns in Waverly, Tennessee
    Jul 23, 1984
    Loretta Lynn is hospitalized in Mount Vernon, Illinois, with exhaustion, after collapsing at a truck stop following a date in Kansas City
    Jul 24, 1984
    The body of Loretta Lynn's oldest son, Jack Benny Lynn, is pulled from the Duck River near Waverly, Tennessee. Lynn apparently drowned while trying to ride his horse across the river

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