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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Wednesday, “Spotlight on Oberlin” 4/27/2016

  • We found out the latest about Oberlin College with President Marvin Krislov.
  • Piano’s are a beautiful instrument, but how does one properly maintain one? Find out with John Cavanaugh of the Oberlin Conservatory.
  • The Firelands Association of Visual Arts has a lot of great programs going on. Hear all about them with Betsy Mandarin and James Peake.
  • Judie Docs, Executive Officer of the North Coast Building Industry Association, gave us more insight into their upcoming Home Show.

Tuesday, “Spotlight on Oberlin” 4/26/2016

  • Lorain County Metro Park’s Erica Rainey told us about the great summer programs going on this year.
  • We took a look at Oberlin’s past with Liz Schultz of the Heritage Center.
  • Mary Felton of North Coast Building Industry Association shared information about the upcoming Home Show being held on the JVS campus.
  • Heather Fraelich told us about the Oberlin Kids collaborative that helps children get ready for kindergarten.
  • If your child is a musician you may want to send them to the upcoming summer camp at the Oberlin Conservatory. This morning spokespersons Anna Hoffman and Cathy Strauss shared information of the upcoming music filled camp.

Monday, 4/25/2016

We spoke with Express Employment Professionals’ Chad Grude about the new jobs available in Lorain County, and how you can work your way into one of those seats.

The Lorain County Office of Ageing will host their annual Senior Fest at Lorain County Community College’s Spitzer Conference Center tomorrow. This morning we spoke with spokesperson Rita Campbell about the event.

The NFL Draft is just three days away. Many are wondering what the Browns will do with their first pick, so today we spoke with Browns beat writer from the Chronicle Telegram, Scott Petrak.

Friday, 4/22/2016

Looking for a new fashion, or just trying to bring yours into the modern day? Dan Lawson, costume designer of the hit show “The Good Wife”, talked to Bruce and Craig about the latest trends and where they can be picked up.

Current Lorain County Community College President Dr. Roy Church will retire from the position at the end of June. Last night LCCC made the announcement that Vice President Marcia Ballinger will be Dr. Church’s successor. After the press conference, Craig Adams spoke one-on-one with Dr. Church about the decision and his time at the school.

Lorain County Community College Trustee Chairmen Terry Goode spoke with Craig about why Marcia Ballinger was the right choice for President of LCCC.

After Marcia Ballinger was announced as the new President of Lorain County Community College, our own Craig Anderson spoke with her about the new promotion.


Thursday, 4/21/2016

With summer approaching many are planing their next vacation. Before you pick your travel destination hear what Travel Junkie Julia Dimon has to say.

Last night Elyria Superintendent Tom Jama addressed the school board and the public with his annual State of the School address. After his speech Craig Adams caught up with Dr. Jama for a brief interview.

On Wednesday Elyria Police Chief Duane Whitely addressed the public about a new drug that is working its way through the streets of the city. WEOL’s Craig Adams was on hand to speak with Chief Whitley.




Wednesday, 4/20/2016

April 22 – May 1 the Olde Towne Hall Theater will present the classic play “Moon Over Buffalo”. Find out more about the upcoming show with spokesperson Lisa Carter.

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards will perform at the Kent Stage and at the listening Room in Port Clinton next Friday and Saturday. Before you go see him, hear about what has inspired Edwards’ music over the years.

Tuesday, 4/19/2016

We have all heard the sad stories of someone getting rid of their beloved dog because it becomes aggressive with a young child. With that in mind, Kara Hamilton wrote the children’s book A New Leash on Life to creatively educate small children about how to behave around the family pet.

This morning Sharon H. Kneiss and Leonard Joyce of the National Waste and Recycling Association discussed how technology has impacted the recycling and waste management efforts in our county.