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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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Tuesday, 2/2/2016

Tax season is right around the corner and for those in need it can be a great opportunity to get back some much needed money. The United Way of Greater Lorain County is continuing this year with their Free Tax Prep Coalition, and today Bailey Kushner, Marking and Development Associate of United Way of Greater Lorain County, informed us about the importance of this project and how you can volunteer.

If you are a music fan you will not want to miss this opportunity to buy a piece of history. Guitars owned by the greats (Eric Clapton, Johnny Cash, Stevie Ray Vaughn) will all be auctioned off  on February 27th. Find out how you can get your bid in with Guernsey President Arlan Ettinger.

The Iowa Caucus is in the books. Who were the real winners, what do the numbers mean and whats next? All these questions were answered this morning when Political analyst David Arredondo stopped by.


Monday, 2/1/2016

Elyria residents are invited to a pair of public forums that will be held at Elyria High School’s Performing Arts Center on Tuesday and Saturday about the new athletic complex proposal. Today we spoke with Superintendent Tom Jama and Communications and Marketing Director Amy Higgins of the Elyria Public Schools about the upcoming information sessions.

Friday, 1/29/2016

For those looking to step off the grid and go solar you chance is here. Members of the Oberlin Peoples Energy Cooperative and OH SUN will host a meeting on Wednesday, February 3rd to offer the public more information on solar power. This morning OH SUN Program Manager Luke Sulfridge told us about the many advantages of using the sun as your energy source.

Who do you call into referee Puppy Bowl XII? How about North Ridgeville’s own Tank the Skunk! Tank and his owner Deborah Cipriani came by the studio this morning to tell us about how they became a part of this years Puppy Bowl on the Animal Planet.

This morning Political Analyst David Arreedondo broke down last nights Republican Debate with Bruce and Craig.

Thursday, 1/28/2016

The Seventh Annual Great Big Home and Garden show is set to kick off Feb. 5 at the IX Center in Cleveland. A number of celebrates from the DIY world will be attending including Two Chicks and a Hammer from HGTV, The Beekman Boys of the Cooking Channel, DIY Networks Jason Cameron, and Room by Room host Matt Fox. This  morning Rosanna Hrabnicky let us know more about next weekends event.

Wednesday, 1/27/2016

David Blatt is out Tyronn Lue is in. Do the Cavaliers have what it takes now to win it all? We talked with the Medina Gazettes Rick Noland all about the Cavs chances this morning.

The University Hospital’ has opened their new rehab clinic in Avon. UH CEO Thomas Zenty talked about the importance of this new facility at yesterdays ribbon cutting ceremony.

Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen came by the show this morning to tell us about the new things coming to the city in 2016.

Tuesday, 1/26/2016

The current education models have been turned on their head in the new book, Every Child can be a Super Reader. This morning co-author Ernest Morrell came by the show to tell us about readings seven strengths and how teaching them to your child could give them a leg up on life.

Tonight it’s the return of the Lorain County Scholastic games on WEOL. Before the match-up between Oberlin and Clearview at 6pm, hear what show host Jim Mehrling has to say about this years competition.

Monday, 1/25/2016

This Saturday it is the Cleveland Indians Tribe Fest will be held at Aloft in downtown Cleveland. Many Indians Alumi will attend the event including Mike Hargrove, Carlos Baerga and Ellis Burks. Active roster players include Cory Kluber, Jason Kipnis and Yan Gomes. Find out more about the big event with Indians Senior Director of Communications Curtis Danburg.

Business is good in Lorain County, and things are looking stronger in 2016. This Morning Tonny Gallo, President of Lorain County Chamber of Commerce, told us about what we can expect the new year to bring.