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  • Aug 12, 2000
    Actress Loretta Young dies of ovarian cancer at a relative's home in Santa Monica, California. An Emmy- and Oscar-winner, she inspired a coal-mining family in Kentucky to name its baby after her in 1935. That baby became Loretta Lynn
    Aug 30, 2000
    Loretta Lynn, calling a 900 number, mistakenly dials 911 and leaves a confusing message. When she later hears a loud knock at her door, she calls her manager to summon the police, only to discover it's the police at the door, checking on her safety
    Oct 25, 2000
    CBS-TV tapes "Grand Ole Opry 75th--Celebration" at the Grand Ole Opry House, featuring Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, George Jones, Trisha Yearwood, Loretta Lynn, Porter Wagoner and others
    Nov 15, 2000
    Loretta Lynn undergoes arthroscopic surgery on a knee
    Nov 17, 2000
    The Laura Linney/Matthew Broderick movie "You Can Count On Me" opens in the U.S. The soundtrack for the Oscar-nominated film features Steve Earle and three Loretta Lynn hits: "If You're Not Gone Too Long," "The Other Woman" and "Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)"
    Nov 23, 2000
    "Grand Ole Opry 75th--Celebration" airs on CBS-TV, with hosts Vince Gill and Dolly Parton. Their guests include, among others: Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Martina McBride, Porter Wagoner and Trisha Yearwood
    Mar 7, 2001
    The Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts cite 365 titles as Songs of the Century, including more than 50 country recordings. Among them: Loretta Lynn's signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter"
    Mar 20, 2001
    Loretta Lynn is checked into a hospital near her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, as she battles pneumonia
    Mar 31, 2001
    Loretta Lynn is released from the hospital after an 11-day stay with pneumonia
    May 26, 2001
    Loretta Lynn opens the Coal Miner's Daughter Museum in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. It houses artifacts from her career, including awards, stage clothing and her tour bus. There for the opening: George Jones, Naomi Judd and Crystal Gayle

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