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, 6/1/2017

7:20amU.S. Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio’s 4th congressional district talked with us about the national budget, the Paris Climate Accord and Lorain County

7:40am – Learn where Lorain County’s great walking spaces can be found for the Fit Walks this summer with the Lorian County General Health District’s Katie Bevan 

8:10am – Learn how to spot Phishing and Wire Fraud in the housing market with Senior Director of Fraud Risk at Freddi Mac, Robb Hagberg.

8:40amKathrine Switzer was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon. This morning she spoke to us about that experience in 1967 and her new role in the 2017 National Senior Games.

Bonus: 

Avon May Bryan Jensen talks about the all new inclusive playground being built in his city.

Wednesday, 5/31/2017

8:10am – Hear about the Elyria Public Library System’s Summer Reading Kick off starting this Saturday with Marketing and Communications Director Adam Matthews.

Tuesday, 5/30/2017

7:10am – Indians talk with Bob DiBiasio.

7:20amKit Tyler told us about the Lorain County Joint Vocational School’s adult Career Fair and Open House being held Saturday June 10th.

8:10am – The Lorain Public Library will once again be holding their Summer Programs. Hear all about them with spokesperson Elaine Betting.

Bonous: 

Lorain School Board President, Tim Williams, talks about the new Academic Distress Commission.

State Schools Superintendent Paolo DeMaria talks to the new commission members tasked with turning the Lorain Schools around.

College Application Advice

The end of the school year is upon us. For many young high school juniors the year ahead will mean applying to colleges and hoping to open the acceptance letter  of your favorite school.

Believe it or not, there are ways to gain the upper hand when applying to colleges. Young students can take practice SAT or ACT tests, visit with advisers at the college they hope to attend or practice writing skills for a little advantage.

On the WEOL Morning Show Dr. Nicole Hurd, CEO and Founder of College Advising Corps, talked more about some things students can do to help on their college applications stand out. Take a listen by clicking here, or on the image.

Wednesday, 5/24/2017

Interviews from the Chicks Against Hunger Red Carpet food drive Tuesday night at Smitty’s Place in Elyria.

Mary Ann Schaeffer of the St. Agnes Food Pantry

Stephanie Forthofer, owner of Smitty’s Place

Tuesday, 5/23/2017

8:10am – Learn how to get the edge with you college application with CEO and Founder of College Advising Corps, Dr. Nicole Hurd.

Monday, 5/22/2017

8:10am – What causes Gout? How can you treat it? Find out with Dr. Christopher Parker.

8:40pm – Learn how to keep you home pool free of the Crypto Parasite with Dr. Ralph Morris.