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Logan Mishoe, age 14, and Austin Nichols, age 13, honorary “Citizens of the Day”

We start the show with the story of two Michigan boys who found a wallet stuffed with more than $500 in cash. Rather than keep it, they turned it in to police. The Wayland Police Department announced that the boys, Logan Mishoe, age 14, and Austin Nichols, age 13,  would be honorary “Citizens of the Day” for their good deed.  We also continue our look at Life Under Covid with the emergence of E Sports in lieu of Real Sports.


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Adam has worked on a national level in radio and television since 1994. Career highlights include a Westwood One nationally syndicated broadcast with Green Day, as well as interviewing David Bowie and Peyton Manning. Today, in addition to "The Adam Ritz Show on radio, Adam is the host of Captured TV (www.capturedtv.com) as well as the video spokesperson hosting the video series entitled “Adam’s Day Out”. He is also a regular contributor on The American Advisor, a nationally syndicated radio show in Los Angeles.

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