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Dakota Meyer Overview

We've now got more than 60 entries about Dakota Meyer's Medal of Honor, and we've put together this collection of headlines to make it easier to find any that you might have missed. Click "Read More" to view the whole list.
President Obama OKs Medal of Honor for Dakota Meyer

Adair Co. Bus No. 57 sends love to Dakota Meyer

Mayor Harris Dream: President presents Dakota Meyer medal in Columbia, KY

Reader suggests Dakota Meyer sign Adair/Green Co. line

President Obama to Award Medal of Honor to Dakota Meyer, September 15, 2011

Letter: Dakota Meyer shows what a Kentucky boy can accomplish

Salute to Dakota Meyer from Iran Hostage era vet

Dakota Meyer on national Tv in live interview this morning

Link: Dakota Meyer story on KSPR, Springfield, MO

Limerick by Billy Joe Fudge: Dakota Meyer

DoD Video: Friends and Family of Sgt. Dakota Meyer

Dakota Meyer to be honorary captain at Sat. LWC football game

At 8:30amCT: Dakota Meyer interview with Lisa Clark

Recommended Dakota Meyer link: Story datelined Greensburg, KY

Dakota Meyer interview on The WAVE, Thursday at 7:30amCT

Dakota Meyer link: Bill Estep Lexington Herald Story just posted

DAKOTA MEYER announces scholarship initiative in DC

Dakota Meyer: He deserves more recognition from county, state

Amy Mitchum: Dakota with President Obama this afternoon!

More late breaking!! Dakota Meyer news

Everyone at CWC will be watching Dakota Meyer on Tv at 1:30pmCT

DAKOTA MEYER: Our Nation's Hero

DAKOTA MEYER: Writer says he deserves even more recognition at home

DAKOTA MEYER News Link: Selfless character of Adair County Hero

Dakota Meyer: Chas. Waterhouse painting. Ann Young scoop?

Today, DAKOTA MEYER DAY on CM, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011

DAKOTA MEYER: Solid MOH coverage on Shoreline's BIG DAWG, The WAVE

DAKOTA MEYER: October 2, 2011 Celebration, Blue Raider Stadium

DAKOTA MEYER Receiving MOH: Live Internet coverage?

DAKOTA MEYER MOH Coverage: Just in from Ann Young in DC

DAKOTA MEYER MOH Story: Dakota shares beer with the President

DAKOTA MEYER: CNN happy to have local affiilate in Dakota's hometown

DAKOTA MEYER: Natasha Rosenstock at White House for ColumbiaMagazine.com

DAKOTA MEYER: Live Internet Coverage on PentagonChannel.mil

Awesome idea to honor Dakota Meyer at Blue Raider Stadium

September 15, 2011, Patriots Day at ACHS in honor of Dakota

Whitfield congratulates Medal of Honor Recipient Dakota Meyer

Dakota Meyer allows one last interview before ceremony

Gov. Beshear congratulates Sgt. Dakota Meyer

Text of Medal of Honor Presentation to Dakota Meyer

Dakota, thanks for taking my call . . .

Dakota Meyer story is proof enough that future in safe hands>

Dakota Meyer: Ceremony watched with chills of pride

Enjoys Toby Young photo of Dakota, President Obama

Over 8,000 expected in Greensburg, KY for Dakota Meyer

Dakota Meyer: A true American Hero

Dakota Meyer: People like him keep us free

Dakota Meyer: Mayor Harris expresses pride

Dakota Meyer Honored by John Adair Students

John Adair remembers most famous alum: Dakota Meyer

Gov. Beshear called and spoke with Dakota Meyer

Proud to have Dakota Meyer as a neighbor

Remembers Dakota hanging out at her house

Names list of Dakota's classmates needs only 1 first name

All the names are in, with corrections for Dakota's JAIS teammates

Dakota Meyer: 60 Minutes show shot mostly in Adair Co., KY

Nick Hale, Dakota Meyer classmate at John Adair , now KSP cadet

Dakota Meyer at Cow Days: Greensburg, KY Sat. Sept. 17, 2011

Hopes we can get Dakota for Grand Marshal of Christmas Parade

Dakota on CBS 60 Minutes at 6pmCT/7pmET

Dakota Meyer Schedule Updated Monday, Sept. 19, 2011

Tami Wilson send Link to dozens of Dakota Meyer stories on NPR



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