The WEOL Morning Show


Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

2/24/21 8:10 Calling all little Pioneers! On Saturday, February 27th, Elyria Schools is hosting the Little Pioneer Roundup registration fair at Elyria High School! Amy Higgins joined the WEOL Morning Show to share more details. (10:31)


Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

2/23/21 7:40 Free mobile internet service will soon be free for millions of Americans, and Issa Assad from Q Link Wireless joined the WEOL Morning Show to explain more. (2:53)

2/23/21 8:10 Radio voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers Tim Alcorn recaps a long, tough stretch of basketball for the wine and gold as they look to get things back on track this week. (9:35)


Friday, February 19th, 2021

2/19/21 7:40 State Representative Joe Miller joined us for this week’s Champions of Education, brought to you by the Nordson Corporation! Rep. Miller’s bipartisan legislation to end academic distress commissions has received its first hearing, and Joe is here to share more! (13:37)

2/19/21 8:10 Holly Brinda, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lorain County, shared some insight into the Bigs with Badges Mentoring Program that will help connect law enforcement and other public safety officials with youth in positive ways.

2/19/21 8:40 Pulmonologist Dr. Frank Trudo, Vice President of U.S. Medical Affairs, tells us all about COPD and what we need to know.


Thursday, February 18th, 2021

2/18/21 7:20 Mary Snyder, Market CEO for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, discussed what people should keep in mind when it comes to their Medicare plan’s coverage in 2021. (5:45)

2/18/21 7:40 Brittany Lovett from the Community Foundation of Lorain County joined the Morning Show to talk about Toni Morrison Day, along with the announcement of the 2021 Toni Morrison Scholars! (9:41)

2/18/21 8:10 Adult service librarian from the Lorain Public Library, Cheri Campbell, expanded the discussion for Toni Morrison Day and talked about why Toni’s novels are still important today! (14:49)

2/18/21 8:40 NASA Chief Engineer Adam Steltzner, who will be located at the Cruise Mission Support Area (CMSA), shared some insight into today’s landing of Perserverance on Mars, the first rover landing on Mars in nearly a decade. (11:21)