The WEOL Morning Show

Wednesday, 7/6/2016

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

7:40am – Lisa Bowman of the the Elyria Parks and Recreation department told us about the game of Pickle Ball and where you can play.

8:40am – Get ready for this years Best of Lorain County event with spokesperson Mary Beth Lee.

On Tuesday, the city of North Ridgeville broke groud on the brand new Riddell factory. During the event, Mayor Dave Gillock addressed those in attendance.

 

Monday, 7/5/2016

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

The Indians winning streak came to an end at 14 games this weekend, but they ended the holiday on a high not with their 10th straight victory over the Detroit Tigers. Hear more about the ups and downs with Tribe VP of Communications, Bob DiBiasio.

Thinking about a career change? Get tips to help you find your perfect fit with Employment Express Professionals’ Chad Grude.

Bill Harper of the United Way of Greater Lorain county stopped in this morning to tell us about their latest Co-op project.

Jackie Kokai of the Lorain Historical Society told us about the upcoming Ice Cream Social at the Hickories Museum.

Friday, 7/1/2016

Friday, July 1st, 2016

High Voltage is on a mission to cut out sugar from Americas diet. This morning she stopped by the studio with Commissioner Lori Kokoski to talk about her plan and how those in Lorain County can get involved.

Thursday, 6/30/2016

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

The Lake Erie Crushers have made some changes over the last week. This morning Crushers’ play-by-play man, Andy “Bull” Barch, told us a little more about the teams new manager Cameron Roth.

Over recent years the United State’s steel industry has been compromised by imports from China, Indian, Italy, Korea and Taiwan. Today Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown let us know about a new bill that if passed would help rebuild the steel industry in America.

The Hooks for Hunger Walleye Tournament will take place this Saturday in Avon Lake. Find out more about this charity event how these fishermen are trying to help those in need with spokesman Joe Reitz.