174th Lorain County Fair Coverage on WEOL: Presented by Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault

Join WEOL during the Lorian County Fair this year (Aug 19th – Aug  25th) as we broadcast from the Lorain County Fairgrounds with live updates and shows.

During the week, we will bring you live updates from the fair presented by Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault. We will let you know the sites to see, the foods to eat, and the entertainment for the day.

Not only will we bring you updates, but this year, Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon will do the entire show live from the fair, Tuesday – Friday and from 3pm – 6pm.

Make sure you stop out to the 174th Lorain County Fair and see us at the WEOL/Chronicle Telegram booth. You can also listen for live updates and shows on AM930/100.3 FM and on WEOL.com.


2019 Lorain County High School Football Coaches Preview Show

The High School Football season is just weeks away. Before the ball goes up on Friday night, hear from the Lorain County Coaches about their teams. During our annual Coaches show at the Brew Kettle in Amherst our own Tim Alcorn and Tom Evans spoke with representatives from all 16 Lorain County teams. To view the individual coaches interviews, or to hear the show in its entirety click right here or on the image above.


Over the Timline Podcast with Joe Tait: Presented by Life Care Center of Elyria, Westlake and Medina

There is only one place you can hear from Legendary Cleveland Broadcaster Joe Tait, and that is right here on WEOL.com.

Every Wednesday at 6pm on WEOL.com Stream 2, listen as Joe and members of the WEOL Broadcast team take a look back at his classic calls.

This week it’s all about the Continental Football League! In the late 60’s while Joe was working at WBOW, he covered an early season Indianapolis Capitals vs New Jersey Jays game.

There were some Ohio players on the field, hall of fame coaches in action, but not many fans in the seats. Hear more about this unique game and the season that followed on the latest edition of Over the Timeline with Joe Tait below.

To download archived episodes of Over the Timeline with Joe Tait visit the Over the Timeline page right here.


2019 Fall Forecast Magazine Out Now!

The 2019 Fall Forecast Magazine is here!!

This year, Columbia’s Brandon Coleman graces the cover of the Lorain County edition of the Forecast Magazine.

After a junior year that ended early do to an ACL Injury, Columbia’s Brandon Coleman returned to true form in 2018. On his way to capturing the Lorain County Golden Helmet Honor, the Raiders running back rushed for 1,698 yards and scored 23 touchdowns. During his four seasons at Columbia, Coleman set an new Lorain County record rushing for 5,141 yards. While he was outstanding on the offensive side of the ball, it will be defense where Coleman tries to make his mark in the future. In 2019 Coleman will join the linebacker core at Kent State University.

You can pick up the Lorain Edition of the Forecast Magazine in home delivered Chronicle Telegrams, or at select businesses in Lorain County.

If you cant wait to get a hard copy, check out the electronic version of the magazine by clicking on the image of Justin Sturgill on the left.

 

 

For the High School Football Fans in Medina County, Highlands Jake Rogers is featured on the cover of the Medina County edition of our yearly magazine.

The Medina Gazeette MVP was the backbone of a young Highalnd Hornets team, that posted a seven game winning streak in 2018 and came up just shy of a postseason berth. On the field the Bowling Green State Recruit did just about everything posting 193 carries for 1,391 yards and 18 touchdowns, and pulling in 19 catches for 353 yards and six touch downs. On special teams, he was just a deadly returning seven kickoffs for 189 yards and a touchdown, and 11 punts for 257 yards and three touchdowns. The combined statistic led Rogers to a school record 28 touchdowns and 170 points.

This season, the former Highland Hornet will move over to wide receiver as he continues his playing career as a member of the Falcons.

Along with being inserted into select copies of the Medina Gazette, you can pick up Medina County editions of the Forecast Magazine at local businesses.

If you can’t wait for a hard copy, check out the electronic version of the magazine, by clicking on the image of Rogers on the left.