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Hometown Hero
Hometown Hero
It’s time once again for our Hometown Hero, brought to you by Batavia Downs Gaming with help from our friends at WNY Heroes who help us with our nominations every week.  This Week’s Hometown Hero is orignally from North Tonawanda, NY.  From our United States Air Force, it’s Retired Technical Sergeant Michael McClure!
Today We Honor Him
Today We Honor Him
No American ever wants to see a soldier have to be buried. However, if it has to be done, most people wish that it could be done with honor. That's just what our Hometown Hero does. Today, we honor Senior Airman Michael Bauch as this week's Hometown Hero.
Hometown Hero Kurt Hammer
Hometown Hero Kurt Hammer
Col. Kurt Hammer is currently serving in his 37th year in the Air Force, which began in 1976. He has been at Niagara since 1980 and is the longest serving member at Niagara Falls Reserve Station ever at 32 plus years. After 37 years in the Air Force, he has shown thousands what it means to fight for something you truly believe in.
Chris Young Reunites With Wounded Warrior Pal During Visit to Air Force Base
Chris Young Reunites With Wounded Warrior Pal During Visit to Air Force Base
Chris Young had the chance to catch up with an old friend during a visit to Minot Air Force Base last week. The singer stopped by the base for a CD signing with some of our country’s finest airmen as part of his work with Stars for Stripes and the Minot Exchange. While there, he was reunited with Wounded Warrior Scott Lilley, whom he first met in 2009 while working with Stars for Stripes. Read Mor

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