8:10am – Susan Bartosch of Scecond Harvest Food Bank came by the show to talk about their upcoming event.
8:40am – The Lake Erie Crushers are on a run and could make a late playoff push. Andy “Bull” Barch, Voice of the Crushers” talked about the Crushers current run this morning.
8:10am – The Historic Monroe house in Oberlin is turning 150 years old this fall. To celebrate, the Oberlin Heritage Center will be having an open house that will allow the public to see everything from the basement to the attic. This morning Liz Schultz told us a little more about the upcoming open house.
7:20am – Do you know what to do when you are stopped by the police. Most Americans do not. Today we spoke with Peter Baskin, prominent defense attorney and author of the book A Toast to Silence, about using your rights to your advantage.
8:10am – First Student will offer morning shuttles to Elyria High School through a bus-pass program starting on September 12. this morning Elyria Schools Superintendent Tom Jama gave us more information about the new initiative.
8:40am – The National Honesty Index has been conducted. The results may surprise you. Hear how honest the United State and Cleveland are with Honest Tea president Seth Goldman.
7:20am – Indians won a couple of big games in style this weekend against the Toronto Blue Jays. This morning Bob DiBiasio, VP of Communications for the Indians, talked about what is ahead for the team.
7:40am – We talked about your hands and how to keep them healthy with orthopaedic surgeon and hand specialist Dr. Mehrun Elyaderani of Orthopaedic Associates in Westlake.
8:40am – The Browns have another preseason game in the books, how did they look? We talked with Chronicle Telegram Browns beat writer Scott Petrak to get his take on the game.
7:40am – We talked a little agriculture with Lorain County’s new Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, John Schoenfals.
8:10am – Neil Zurcher spent the hour with Bruce and Craig talking about his latest travels around the midwest.
7:40am – Last night Elyria Native Tianna Bartoletta captured gold in the women’s long jump at the Olympics. The WEOL Morning Show caught up with Bartoletta’s high school track coach Jackie Below this morning to talk about her amazing performance in Rio.
8:10am – The Dover Players talked about their brand new play Branches. The story features a man who’s decisions are swayed by the audiences interaction. Director Gregory Lavelle and actor Bobby Caco spoke about the unique drama.
8:40am – The Crushers are closing in on the end of the Frontier League regular season. Are the playoffs in the future? Find out with the Voice of the Lake Erie Crushers Andy “Bull” Barch.
8:10am – Frank, Dean and Sammy are coming back to Lorain Palace Theatre on September 9th. This morning we spoke with Sean DeCrane about the Rat Packs return to Ohio.
8:40am – Amy McCready, author of the new book The Me, Me, Me Epidemic: The Step-by-Step Guid to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World, talked about just that.