The Shaggette Series contains four true stories told by an abused stray dog. The first, A Diamond in the “Ruff,” tells how the dog, nearly starving and suffering from thirst, finds herself on a cobblestone driveway out in the country. Out of fear, she hides in a nearby cornfield. Rosemarie, who lives in the house at the end of the drive coaxes the dog from the cornfield and with endless patience teaches it to trust in human kindness. The dog – now named Shaggette – inches its way into Rosemarie’s heart as she befriends it.
Fitness expert Maggie Langley of University Hospitals Avon Fitness Center got us ready for the new year.
A year-ender with Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer!
Lifestyle Expert, Carley Knobloch joined the show to talk tech.
A year-ender with Avon Lake Mayor Greg Zilka.
Second Harvest makes an special announcement!
How secure are you, online? We’ll chatted with security expert Hector Hoyas.
Browns/Bengals…we recapped the debut of Johnny Manziel with Scott Petrak of the Chronicle Telegram.
A year-ender with Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen.
Lorain County Horticulturalist Charles Behnke joined the show to talk poinsettias & Christmas trees!
North Ridgeville Parks & Rec Director Kevin Fougerousse fills us in on the kickoff of North Ridgeville’s United Way Collaborative to improve access to healthy food options and physical activity.
It was an exciting high school football season on AM930 resulting in a record “WEOL Points For Charity” donation! Here Jim Bass of Mike Bass Ford – Bass Mazda presents Ryan Aroney of United Way of Greater Lorain County with a check, live on The Morning Show.
Tim David talks about his new book, Magic Words – The Science and Secrets Behind Seven Words That Motivate, Engage, and Influence.
Lisa Leake tells us how her family went 100 days without eating processed foods and what they learned.