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Win tickets to Country Bands Together from DayMet Credit Union!

 K99.1FM's Country Bands Together Concert benefiting Dayton Children's Hospital is coming to WSU Nutter Center on December 10th. The Band PerryFrankie Ballard, and A Thousand Horses will be performing live on the DayMet Credit Union stage. 

Want to win your way into the show?  Join the K99.1FM Street Team at DayMet Credit Union for our Country Bands Together Ticket Stops. You could win a pair of tickets to the hottest show in town. Plus, while you are out there open a checking account and get $50! 

Here is when you can win:

Friday, October 28th 12noon-1pmDayMet Credit Union: 3199 South Dixie Dr., Moraine, OhioFriday, November 4th 12noon-1pmDayMet Credit Union:  4988 Wagner Ford Rd., Dayton, OhioThursday, November 10th 12noon-1pmDayMet Credit Union: 3199 South Dixie Dr., Moraine, OhioThursday, December 1st12noon-1pmDayMet Cedit Union: 4988 Wagner Ford Rd., Dayton, OhioFriday, December 2nd12noon-1pmDayMet Credit Union: 4988 Wagner Ford Rd., Dayton, Ohio

Photos: K99.1FM Unplugged with High Valley

Gary Allan: A Special Night for First Responders and Military

K99.1FM is partnering with Country Superstar Gary Allan and Miami Valley Gaming to honor our First Responders and Military Personnel. These local heroes have performed miracles, supported others, and have given unselfishly of themselves to help and save others. We’re doing our part to say Thank You.  

 "Gary Allan: A Special Night for First Responders and Military" is an intimate concert that will take place on Thursday, November 3rd.   We are looking for local active, retired, and reserve military members along with police, fire, EMS, nurses, doctors, and dispatch first responders that would like to attend this exclusive event. 

How to win tickets to the show:

Are you a First Responder or Military Personnel? Do you know a First Responder or Military Personnel who deserves a night out? Tell us your story.Everyone who wins tickets to the show will also receive meet and greet passes!

Click here to nominate someone! 

Winners will be contacted on or around October 28th. Gary Allan concert is November 3rd. 

K99.1FM Unplugged with High Valley

K99.1FM and Bud Light are proud to present another FREE Unplugged event starring, High Valley, on Tuesday, October 11th at W.O. Wrights!

Date: Tuesday, October 11th 

Time: 6 p.m. 

Location: W.O. Wright's in Beavercreek 

Ticket prices: Free and open to the public - No tickets needed. All Ages Show! 

Meet and Greets: Enter now to win meet and greet passes!

Panera's pink-ribbon bagels to raise funds for breast cancer awareness

Brianna Chambers contributed to this report.

Panera Bread Co. is teaming up with local organizations to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.

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During the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the company will sell its signature Pink Ribbon Bagel, a twist on the Cherry Vanilla Bagel, a mix of cherry chips, dried cherries, honey, vanilla and brown sugar. A portion of the proceeds of the Pink Ribbon bagel will be donated to local nonprofits across the country. 

Erin Barnhart, community relations manager for a Panera Bread franchise based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, said each participating market has its own breast cancer partners.

"The partner really does make a difference," she said. "We appreciate our local partners, as their support can make all the difference in achieving our goals of building awareness and raising funds for treatment and research."

Panera has more than 1,600 locations in 41 states and the District of Columbia. 

Select markets offer a 100 percent donation day, during which the entirety of that day's sales of Pink Ribbon Bagels is donated to breast cancer focused organizations, according to Panera's website.

In Dayton, Ohio, proceeds will be donated to local nonprofit Pink Ribbon Girls and the Miami Valley Hospital Foundation.

"We make this campaign a priority every year for a reason," said Sam Covelli, owner and operator of Covelli Enterprises, the Ohio-based franchisee of Dayton-area Panera Bread restaurants. "The funds raised by the Pink Ribbon Bagel are helping to save the lives of local women with breast cancer. There's no better feeling than knowing you can help make difference."

Pink Ribbon Girls provide free direct services to patients and their families undergoing breast and other women's reproductive cancer treatment through their programs.

Mikki Clancy, chief operating officer of Miami Valley Hospital, survived breast cancer and said she benefited from the services of Pink Ribbon Girls and the hospital.

"Pink Ribbon Girls and Miami Valley Hospital were a godsend in my treatment and recovery," she said. "Supporting these community assets serves hundreds of local patients in their fight against cancer."

Twelve participating West Virginia area Panera locations will donate to Susan G. Komen West Virginia.

"We are so excited to partner with Panera Bread for the sixth year to raise funds and awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness month," said Donna DeHart, executive director West Virginia Susan G. Komen. "The Pink Ribbon Bagels are always a big hit with our survivors, volunteers, grantees and supporters. Money raised from the October campaign will be used to provide uninsured and under-insured West Virginians with life-saving screenings and awareness."

According to the Panera website, the franchise has raised tens of thousands of dollars for breast cancer partners through Pink Ribbon Bagel campaigns in the past 10 years.

"It's not a hard sell," Barnhart said. "People want to be involved in whatever way they can. That's what's so great about the Pink Ribbon Bagel. People might say, 'I can't write a check, but I can buy a bagel.'"


Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini are coming to Dayton

The "Home Team" Tour is coming to town this March and we know you want to go. Tickets to this Saturday, March 11th concert are on sale now at and the Wright State University Nutter Center Box Office. 

Thomas Rhett solidifies his move “from a promised next big thing to actually being it”(Noisey) with his platinum certified sophomore release Tangled Up (The Valory Music Co.), earns Deluxe release slated for release Oct. 28. The album has produced three chart-toppers including the the 2X Platinum six-week No. one "Die A Happy Man” as well as the Platinum No. one’s “Crash And Burn” and “T-Shirt.” The singer/songwriter sparks "an ushering in of Country's future" (Rolling Stone) as he dominates the Nielsen 2016 Mid-Year List with Tangled Up, landing in the Top 5 Country albums while "Die A Happy Man" was the most streamed song overall with more than 80 million streams. Garnering two CMA nominations for “Die A Happy Man" after earning a Billboard Music Award for "Top Country Song” along with ACM and ACCA for “Single Record of the Year,” Thomas Rhett was also recently chosen as one of five of CMT's Artists Of The Year. For more information visit

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How To Go:

  • Date: Saturday, March 11th
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Location: Wright State University's Nutter Center
  • Ticket prices: $25 - $54.75
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Seahawks’ Baldwin calls for change after shootings

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is calling for a review of training policies for law enforcement across the country, saying the message NFL players are trying to send with their actions during the national anthem now needs some follow-through.

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Baldwin gave a prepared statement on Thursday, similar to what teammate Richard Sherman did Wednesday. Baldwin said the situation has reached a point where action is needed. Baldwin said he has consulted with his father, a police officer, to gather information. "The situation that's upon us right now, what's going on in our country, it's devastating. ... We cannot tolerate this," Baldwin said.

Doug Baldwin begins his news conference reading from the US Constitution & calls for accountability. — Cale Ramaker (@CaleKIRO7) September 22, 2016 Doug Baldwin: demanding all 50 state Attorneys General review police training & emphasize deescalation over order. — Cale Ramaker (@CaleKIRO7) September 22, 2016

>> Related: Richard Sherman says anthem protests message getting lost

#Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin opened his availability today with a statement similar to teammate Richard Sherman — Tim Booth (@ByTimBooth) September 22, 2016

Washington’s attorney general reached out to Baldwin on Twitter after the news conference.

.@DougBaldwinJr Watched your press conference today with interest. I’ll be reaching out soon to see if you'd like to sit down and chat. -BF — WA Attorney General (@AGOWA) September 22, 2016

Baldwin and Sherman's statements came in the wake of a pair of police shootings this week, one in Charlotte, North Carolina; and another in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Yankees fans orchestrating 'Moon Big Papi Night' for Ortiz’s New York finale

David Ortiz is down to the final weeks of his major-league career and a group of New York Yankees fans are planning a less-than-cordial sendoff.

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A group has founded a website called Moon Big Papi and they want fans to moon the Boston Red Sox star when he plays his final game at Yankee Stadium next week. Ortiz owns a career .315 average against the Yankees, with six homers and 13 RBI.

>>RELATED: Company honors Ortiz's career walk-off with special edition shoes

The site says “if 10 people moon Big Papi, they'll be arrested, but if 10,000 do it it will be a story for the grandkids.”

Panthers’ Olsen: Sunday’s game must go on

More than 70,000 fans are expected in Charlotte this weekend to watch the Carolina Panthers vs. the Minnesota Vikings.

For now, the game will go on as scheduled at 1 p.m. Sunday at Bank of America Stadium.

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The Panthers have tried to keep it business as usual on the field despite the chaos that’s unfolded the past two nights, but safety is never far from their minds.

Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen said his family normally tailgates on game days, but this week they will likely head right to the stadium, not because he fears for their safety, but just in case.

Olsen said the game must go on. He said sport can heal at a time like this and as silly as it sounds, this game matters.

“Is the game itself as important as the issues at hand? No. But is the game itself a big piece of healing and bringing people together and letting people put their differences aside and just start that process of inclusion and being less divisive? I do,” Olsen said.

Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he was a coach with the San Diego Chargers when San Diego was struck by wildfires.

“While the circumstances now are obviously different, playing again was an important step in that community's healing process,” Rivera said. 

Photos: Parmalee For Free

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