WEOL Morning Show

The 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, 8/20/14

“Millennial Work Place Expert” Lindsey Pollack helps baby boomers Craig & Bruce out!

Tuesday, 8/19/14

No interviews today.

Monday, 8/18/14

We kicked-off this Monday with the CT’s Browns reporter Scott Petrak, who previewed tonight’s big Browns game!

The Tribe’s own Bobby D. recapped the weekend and told us some things we can look forward to.

Friday, 8/15/14

Coming to LCCC is “There’s No Business Like Show Business: Spider Saloff Sings Irving Berlin”. This acclaimed chanteuse performs some of America’s favorite songs by Mr. Berlin.

Lt. Travis Hughes, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Katie Bevan, Lorain County General Health District and Capt. Phil Hammonds, Elyria Police Dept. joined The Morning Show to talk about the Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over campaign.

Thursday, 8/14/14

Barb Piscopo from the Lorain Historical Society joined us this morning to talk about a very special opening house!

Sara Warner and Cody Carroll from the Lorain County General Health District stopped by to talk about immunizations for “back to school” time.

The President of the Lorain County Fair Board, Kim Meyers, gets us pumped up for the 169th Lorain County Fair!

Wednesday, 8/13/14

Sheriff Phil Stammitti and Captain Jack Hammond join us in-studio and talk about “Cram the Cruiser”! They will be at the Lorain County Fair all week long.

Tuesday, 8/12/14

The Lake Erie Crushers and American Revolution Wrestling proudly present the Brawl at the Ballpark! Matt Hannan tells us who’s going to appear and how you can get tickets!

Elyria; Images of America Series is the new book by William Bird and Robert Ebert… it shows the cross section of life in Elyria from its earliest days as a Native American settlement to the present time.