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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Tuesday, 11/25/14

“Stuff the Escalade” with the Wesleyan Senior Living Village!

Jodi Olshevski talks about having “The Talk” with elderly drivers.

Monday, 11/24/14

Tom Hamilton joins the morning show to talk about his new book, Glory Days in Tribe Town!

Charles McNair has a new book with a twist about the Civil War.

And the Browns win! The Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak talks about the victory against Atlanta!

Friday, 11/21/14

Since 1958 the Chronicle Telegram’s Not Forgotten Box has been a part of our community… learn more!

Bob Sears – Salvation Army
The Elyria High School Madrigal Singers Alumni
Josie Eichenlaub – Repeat Donator!
Lucy Velez – Chronicle Telegram
Martha Garreau – Lorain County Veterans Service
Tim Alcorn – WEOL Station Manager

Spotlight On North Ridgeville 2014

We are happy to announce that The Morning Show returns to Shine the Spotlight On North Ridgeville December 8, 9 and 10. Bruce and Craig will broadcast live from City Diner,  34900 Center Ridge Rd from 7-9am. Stop out and watch the broadcast, enjoy some of the diner’s signature breakfasts and meet the people who make this town special.
Monday 12-08
Barb Sutton, acclaimed story teller from North Ridgeville
Tracy Green, Vice President, Lorain County Community College
Jennifer Winkler, North Ridgeville branch of the Lorain Public Library System
David Bogner, Bogner Funeral Home
Scott Petrak, Chronicle Telegram Browns reporter
Sharon Godsey, Olde Towne Hall Theatre

Tuesday 12-09
Mitchell Heffron, Early Childhood Learning Center, North Ridgeville Schools
Carol Klear, author of Legendary Locals
Scott Muska, Lorain Palace Theater
Dave Gillock, Mayor of North Ridgeville
Jeff Sigsworth, North Ridgeville Historical Society
Dayle Noll, North Ridgeville Visitors Bureau
Bernadine Butkowski, Councilwoman, North Ridgeville Corn Festival

Wednesday 12-10

Eric Moen, Attractive Carpet One
June Yost, North Ridgeville Community Care
Jim Powell, Superintendent of North Ridgeville Schools
North Ridgeville High School Choir
Keith Bailey, Lorain County Solid Waste Management District
Tim Fairweather, Senior Naturalist, Sandy Ridge, Lorain County Metroparks
The City Diner

Thursday, 11/20/14

It’s time to start getting ready for the holidays, and we learn about The Christmas Tree Elf, the award winning new Christmas classic by author Valentine D’Arcy Sheldon.

We also found out what’s new in family gaming and computing from James Oppenheim, who called in with great gift suggestions.

Wednesday, 11/19/14

For every parent that has wished their child came with instructions…we talked with Dr. Gloria Walther, education specialist and author.

The Black River Stamp Club is honoring veterans during their annual show, and we spoke with club president, Helen Kopp.

Everybody likes bubbles, and we talked with Chris Bensch about bubbles and the other toys inducted this year into the National Toy Hall of Fame.

Tuesday, 11/18/14

We heard from Dr. Richard Hetsko of Oberlin Hearing Care, who talked about how holiday gatherings sometimes reveal hearing problems.

Sean Vesce of E-Line Media talked about “Never Alone,” the first commercial video game designed to tell the story of an indigenous people from their perspective.

And, with November being National Adoption Awareness Month, adoption social worker Deb Wentz spoke about the support that is available to those considering adoption.