The WEOL Morning Show

Friday, 10/14/16

Friday, October 14th, 2016

7:40amVicki Glasier of the U.S. Census Bureau told us about their new school program designed to use real-life data to teach students skills they will use in the future.

8:40am – Leadership Lorain County’s Julie Cruz Blair spoke about what is ahead for the organization and her new role as director of operations and development.

Wednesday, 10/12/2016

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

8:40am – Elyria Public Library System’s Adam Matthews came by this morning to tell us about this weekend’s Big Book Sale.

On Tuesday night a town hall meeting was held at Lorain County Community College about heroin, opiod and prescription drug addiction. Hear what speakers at the event had to say by clicking on their names below.

State Representative Nathan Manning of North Ridgeville

Elaine Georgas of the Alchol and Drug Addiction Services Board

Marissa, a 28 year old recovering heroin addict



Tuesday, 10/11/2016

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

8:10amMary Wong talked with Bruce and Craig about her new book Pathways to Pregnancy.

8:40am – Find out what is happening at the Lorain County Metro Parks this fall with Vanessa Klesta.


Monday, 10/10/2016

Monday, October 10th, 2016

7:15am – The Indians are a win away from the ALCS. This morning we talked about Tito’s moves in game one and what the Tribe needs to do to move on with VP of Communication’s Bob DiBiasio.

8:10am – The Book 1492: A Novel of Christopher Columbus, the Spanish Inquisition and a World at the Turning Point, is a piece of historical fiction that tells a new story about the founder of the new world. This morning Author Newton Frohlich, told us about the great amount of research he conducted to write this novel.

8:40am – Another loss for the Browns this Sunday. Chronicle Telegram Browns’ Beat Writer Scott Petrak tells us what he took away from yesterday’s game with the Patriots.

Extra: On Saturday Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Steyer, of Next Gen Climate, spoke to an audience in Oberlin about the climate issues the world is facing.