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, 2/27/15

The Lorain County Chamber of Commerce is about to hold its annual meeting of investors and partners , and we got a preview from chamber President Tony Gallo.

On February 4th, Lorain County Community College will host a public transportation summit, and we got the scoop with the newest Lorain County Commissioner, Matt Lundy.

Monday, 1/26/15

25 years and still going strong!  The Scholastic Games of Lorain County are about to return to AM 930 WEOL, and we checked in with host Jim Mehrling.

Where does Ohio government stand on Obamacare and police response training?  We heared from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.

Friday, 1/23/2015

Megan Pacione, principal of Crestwood Elementary School, talks about the school’s Ellis Island simulation.

And Abbey Ramirez, a senior at Elyria High School, talks about “Teens for Jeans” and helping homeless teenagers.

Bill Harper of the United Way of Greater Lorain County and Dave Covell of the Lorain County General Health District on a new collaboration.

Thursday, 1/22/15

Curtis Danburg from the Cleveland Indians joined Bruce to talk about Tribe Fest!

The NARI Home Improvement Show is coming to town, and here to give us more info is Sarah Binden.

Wednesday, 1/21/15

Education expert Barbara Dianis weighs in to talk about her new book, Grade Transformer for the Modern Student.

Tuesday, 1/20/15

Dr. Donald Hensrud of the Mayo Clinic gives us tips on sustaining new lifestyle goals in “the 15”.

Dave Prokupek, CEO of Jackson Hewitt shares how tens of millions of single moms, caregivers and other hardworking Americans are missing out at tax time. Learn how to save money and get more!

Monday, 1/19/15

Janet Bird of the Lorain County Historical Society dropped in to talk about their “Valentine Tea”.