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Tiara Brown

Posted: January 7, 2015 in Interviews
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Patchin, Lukens and Osso talked to former World Champion boxer, Tiara Brown, as she prepares for the USA Boxing National Championships coming up in Spokane. For more information, go to http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Boxing/Events/2015/January/17/2015-USA-Boxing-National-Championships

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Patchin, Lukens and Osso, today with Vince Grippi, talked to Jeremy Affeldt of the San Francisco Giants and founder of Generation Alive.

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Best Job Ever?

Posted: July 25, 2014 in Interviews
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Keith Osso and Tom Giles on Patchin, Lukens and Osso had a great time talking to author Steve Koonce about his book, “Idaho Beer: From Grain to Glass in the Gem State.”

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Patchin, Lukens and Osso with Vince Grippi had a chance to talk to 16-year-old Samantha Denault from Kalispell, Montana. She has spent 141 days (as of January 9th, 2014) at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane fighting for her life. Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews got word of her struggle, and her affinity for Matthews, and sent her video.

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Here is our radio interview with Sam.

Here is the story Jeff Humphrey did for KXLY TV.
http://www.kxly.com/news/spokane-news/packers-linebacker-clay-matthews-inspires-teen-in-spokane-hospital/-/101214/23840098/-/fyxx4az/-/index.html

Fun with beards

Posted: November 20, 2013 in Interviews
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Patchin, Lukins and Osso talked to Beardbrand founder, Eric Bandholz, and had a lot of fun.

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Spokane Son Mike Redmond will be the keynote speaker for a breakfast benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Northwest. Redmond talked with Patchin, Lukens and Osso about his first season as Manager of the Miami Marlins.

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He’s seen them all

Posted: November 8, 2013 in Football, Idaho Vandals, Interviews
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Fifty-three year old Patrick Yarber of Nashville, Tennessee has spent the last three-plus decades chasing his goal of attending a college football game in every one of the 125 Division 1A stadiums.
He will reach that goal when he attends the Idaho Vandals game Saturday, November 8th, 2013 at the Kibbie Dome. Yarber has been legally blind for the last 45 years, afflicted with retinitis pigmentosa which has robbed him of 80 percent of his peripheral vision, and his central vision is affected by macular degeneration.

Patchin, Lukens and Osso talked with him on the eve of his accomplishment.

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