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Tune into Mike Cornell, during the afternoon drive, the week of December 9th through 13th, listen for your cue to call - 740-522-8395, be Lucky Caller # 7, to gift yourself a pair of tickets to a December 26th Show, at Nationwide Arena!

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Win a pair of tickets during the 11 O'clock hour, with Bre Ziegler, week of December 2nd thru 6th

Tickets will be good for 7:30 p show or a 2 p show, during opening week-end, December 19th thru 22nd.

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Ohio's Fallen Heroes Moment

Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial, Church Street Floor Coverings, Puff N Stuff, KMA Electric and Heating & Cooling, KOOL 101.7/Buckeye Country 107.7 and staff, would like to pay respect to the Servicemen and Women from Ohio, who have made the ultimate sacrifice fighting the war on terrorism since 9/11/2001.

Please join us every Sunday morning, at 8:50 am, on KOOL 101.7 fm, when we will feature the biography and profile of one of Ohio's Fallen Heroes.

 

Sunday, December 1st, 2019 - Sgt. Adam L. knox

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio, U.S.

Age: 21

Died: September 17, 2006 in Operation Iraqi Freedom

CBSnews.com

Sgt. Adam L. Knox, 21, of Columbus, Ohio, died on Sept. 17, 2006, in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when his patrol encountered enemy forces using small arms fire during combat operations.

Knox was assigned to the Army Reserve 346th Psychological Operations Company, Columbus, Ohio.

Knox sacrificed his life so others could have a chance at freedom, said Maj. Gen. Herbert Shuler, who commands the Army's Psychological Operations and Civil Affairs.

"Every generation has its heroes," he said Wednesday. "Adam Knox is a hero for his generation."

The native of the Columbus suburb of Hilliard joined the Army in 2003 after he graduated from Westland High School.

His fellow soldiers said he was a man's man who planned to box everyone on his team until he could beat them, Shuler said.

Knox's friends said he loved the company's mission of winning over the hearts and minds of Iraqis. Before he died, he told his friends he would have a few weeks of dangerous duty in Baghdad, then it would get a little easier.

Courtesy of the Fallen Feather Project

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