Meet the Team – Crunch Out Obesity in Knox County

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This week’s Meet the Team feature shines the spotlight on “Crunch Out Obesity in Knox County”. Daria Swisher of The Morning Thing talked with Lisa Rutter from United Way and Ashley Phillips from the Knox County Health Department about this successful program. Click HERE to hear their conversation.

For more information about Crunch Out Obesity, click HERE

For more information about getting healthy in Knox County, go to


The Morning Thing Fave 5 – WinterJam 2018 Edition


For The Morning Thing Fave 5 this week, the co-hosts shared their favorite song from WinterJam 2018 artists.

Eddie Dilts loves the song “Witness” by Jordan Feliz. Listen HERE!

Daria Swisher loves the song “I Am Not Alone” by Kari Jobe. Listen HERE!

Trevor Moore loves the song “Stars” by Skillet. Listen HERE!

Marcy Rinehart loves the song “Where I Belong” by Building 429. Listen HERE!

(and we asked WNZR Music Director her favorite song from a WinterJam 2018 artist)
Rachel Rinehart loves the song “Heal Our Land” by Kari Jobe. Listen HERE!

WNZR talks with Dan Bremnes, WinterJam 2018 Artist

WNZR’s Jenna Potts talks with Dan Bremnes.
Dan is part of the WinterJam 2018 lineup. He shared about his start in the music industry and how he got connected to WinterJam. He also talks about his new record and the inspiration behind the album.

Click HERE to hear the entire conversation.

The Morning Thing Fave 5 – Our favorite Christmas Memories

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For this week’s Morning Thing Fave 5, our co-hosts share their favorite Christmas memories.

Marcy Rinehart

Eddie Dilts

Daria Swisher

Trevor Moore

(and guest co-host) Rachel Rinehart

Food For The Hungry helps Centerburg!

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Sheryl O’ Neil is the Branch Manager for the Centerburg office of Interchurch Social Services. Sheryl talked with WNZR’s Marcy Rinehart about the need in Centerburg.

On average, Sheryl is seeing 45 families per month! She shared how the funds from Food For The Hungry is helping meet the needs of these families.
She also shared her goals for 2018.

Click HERE to hear their conversation.

There is also a special wreath auction happening in Centerburg to benefit Food For The Hungry. 8 wreaths are on display at First Knox National Bank in Centerburg. Stop by and place your silent bid today. The largest bidder on each wreath at Noon on Saturday 12/9, gets this special Christmas gift! Check out these gorgeous wreaths HERE.


Food For The Hungry helps Fredericktown!

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Katie Frazier is the branch manager for Interchurch Social Services in Fredericktown.
She talked with WNZR’s Lilly Buckley about the needs that she is seeing, the donations that will help their ministry and how Food For The Hungry helps them meet the needs of families in Fredericktown.
Click HERE to hear their conversation.

For more information about the 2017 Food For The Hungry Drive, go to


Have you seen the beautiful baskets being auctioned off for Food For The Hungry?


The Knox County Career Center is hosting a live auction of some incredible themed baskets. All items have been donated, so all proceeds benefit the 2017 Food For The Hungry Drive! There are 7 themed baskets, including a special one for Ohio State Fans!
These baskets are amazing, ranging in value from $200 to over $2,600!
Click HERE to check them out!

Last year, Emily Hollis purchased the wedding package. She shared her success story with WNZR’s Marcy Rinehart. Click HERE to hear how this basket gave her daughter the perfect wedding.

Do some Christmas shopping this Saturday and attend the Knox County Career Center auction of baskets! You can get a special, one-of-a-kind gift for someone on your list (or yourself)!
When – Saturday, 12/9 at 1pm
Where – Memorial Theater, 112 E. High Street, Mount Vernon
Please come up the steps to the main entrance of Memorial Theater (Veteran’s Hall on the second floor).

(Mom’s Night Out package pictured above)