WEOL Morning Show

Weekdays 7 – 9 AM

Bruce Van Dyke and Craig Adams get your day going with live local news, weather with Jon Loufman,  sports, traffic, prizes and quirky stories from around the globe. Interviews are podcast below.


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Thursday, 5/21/15

Elyria Schools Superintendent Paul Rigda made his final appearence as he joined our Craig Adams in-studio to talk about his 42 years in education and 10 years as super.

It’s that time of year to focus on pool safety. Scott Wolfson from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission discussed some top tips for keeping our children safe.

Wednesday, 5/20/15

Spokesman Steve Bellingham discussed the new book, Laws Of The Sun, teaching of Master Ryuho Okawa on how to attain happiness.

Tuesday, 5/19/15

Country Star Clay Walker joined the Morning Show and talked about many things, including his foundation Band Against MS! Listen|Website

Stephanie Wiersma and Rebecca Shaw from Lorain County Health & Dentistry dropped by with a lot of info – including a new clinic in Oberlin.

Monday, 5/18/15

Stephanie Oswald, Editor-In-Chief or TRAVELGIRL Magazine, gives us the 2015 Summer Travel Preview!

The Lorain County Urban League will join Elyria Mayor Holly Brinda and other partners for the My Brother’s Keeper Summit this afternoon – get the details!

Long Live You! - the latest book from Jane Wilkens Michael, is based off her nationally syndicated radio show… get the preview.

Wed. 5/13 – Fri. 5/15

AM930 WEOL takes the morning show on the road to the Village of LaGrange!

Also, WEOL’s Craig Adams visited the Superintendent Summit and spoke with Midview’s Scott Goggin and Avon’s Mike Laub.
He also attended the “Keeping Our Children Safe” event at LCCC where Mark Barden, father of a Sandy Hook victim took the podium.

Tuesday, 5/12/15

Former U.S. Prosecutor Allison Leotta joined us to talk about her new novel, A Good Killing.

“Shop With A Cop” is underway, and we got the details from Jim Rohner of the Lorain Police Department.

Monday, 5/11/15

The Tribe’s Bob DiBiasio checked in and got us caught up with the happenings with Tribe Baseball.

We traveled back in time with Bestselling Author,  Lt. Colonel Ralph PetersValley of the Shadow examines the Battle for Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War in 1864.

Dr. Kathleen Kern of Lorain County Mental Health previewed  “Keeping Our Children Safe”, a program Thursday night at Lorain County Community College featuring Mark Barden who lost a son at Sandy Hook.

Nick Hilscher, Music Director of the Glenn Miller Orchestra stopped by and got us amped up for tomorrow’s SOLD OUT performance!