WEOL Morning Show
The WEOL Morning Show, Weekdays 7 – 9 AM
Get your day going by consuming the five major information food groups: news, weather, traffic, sports, and goodies.
The Morning Show team is: Craig Adams with the news, Jon Loufman with weather, Jim Allen with local sports and Bruce VanDyke with giveaway goodies.
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“It’s not the economy, it’s you!” Really? We found out from Alexandra Levit of the Career Advisory Board regarding the apparent disconnect between job-seekers and hiring managers.
What will join ‘stick’ and ‘ball’ in the National Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York during induction ceremonies on November 7th…will it be My Little Pony or perhaps little green army men? We’ll go behind the scenes with Chris Bensch.
The 39th annual El Centro gala is coming to DeLuca’s Place in the Park in Lorain, and we get a preview from Executive Director Victor Leandry!
The Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak joins the morning show to wrap up last Sunday’s Browns game vs. the Kansas City Chiefs.
Scot Horst from LEED joins us to talk about some wonderful “green” projects right in our backyard!
The Grafton Midview Public Library is gearing up for the 3rd annual Great Pup-kin Dog Event & Costume Contest! It’s happening this Sunday at Willow Park in Grafton! Listen to the interview here & visit their website for additional information.
Lorain County Horticulturist Charles Behnke stops by to talk about autumn leaves, composting and other yardly things.
Melissa Kocher tells us about the Easter Seals “Home for the Holidays” event happening on November 4th!
The President of Lorain County Community College, Dr. Roy Church talked about the University Partnership.
On Sunday October 27th, hundreds of runners will leave Marion L. Steele High School in Amherst, head into the Lorain County Metroparks then return to the high school for the 14th annual EMH ‘Skeleton Run For Your Bones’ 5K. We spoke with coordinator Rob Glatz.
The Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak re-opens the Weeden Wound.