Wednesday, 08 November 2017 09:52

AUDIO: 2017 Election Roundup

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The local elections for 2017 have now come and gone. While it was not a loaded election as far as major issues, there were points of interest on the ballot that were important to the communities. These were discussed on the Ray Horner Morning Show.

In Cuyahoga Falls, incumbent Don Walters keeps his seat in the mayor’s office in a race over Susan Hale.

The Clerk of Courts race was tightly-contested and came down to the wire, but incumbent Jim Laria won by a whisker over Jeff Fusco.

A much-needed school levy was passed in Coventry, a community that has had their share of issues passing levies over the years. Lisa Blough, their superintendent, is excited about the next chapter.

An upbeat Jeff Ramnytz, the superintendent at Barberton schools, talked about their passage of their levy.

Not all the school levies passed. Woodridge schools did not pass theirs, and neither did Norton. Dana Addis, the superintendent at Norton, talked about how they will regroup.

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 16:53

AUDIO Clay Skipper Talking Gordon Comeback, Article

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Clay Skipper, a writer for GQ Magazine spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about his article in the magazine on embattled wideout Josh Gordon and his latest comeback attempt.

 

Tuesday, 07 November 2017 15:47

AUDIO Sekou Smith Discusses Cavs' Struggles

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Sam and Brad spoke with NBA.com and NBA TV writer Sekou Smith to talk about the struggles of the Cavaliers thus far in the young season as well as the news and notes surrounding the NBA.

 

Monday, 06 November 2017 18:57

AUDIO Barberton Looking To Remain Unbeaten

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Sam and Brad caught up with Barberton head football coach Tony Gotto as they prepare for their playoff matchup with Bedford Friday night. 

 

Dr. Toni Bisconti, Associate Professor at the University of Akron, joins Jasen Sokol, November 6, 2017 to talk about impacts of recent news events, like the Texas church shooting and other things in the news.

 

Monday, 06 November 2017 15:40

AUDIO Foodbank CEO Responds To ABJ Column

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Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank CEO Dan Flowers joined Monday's edition of The Jasen Sokol Show to respond to a column by Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com columnist Bob Dyer about policies at the Foodbank that some may find controversial.

 

Saturday, 04 November 2017 12:26

AUDIO: Know Your Ballot

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Election Day is Tuesday, and while it hasn't garnered as much attention as a presidential or midterm year, there are still many important races on Akron area ballots this year. The Jasen Sokol Show has talked to many of the key candidates and representatives from the hotly contested ballot issues over the last few weeks. If you missed any of the interviews, you can find them below.

Thursday, 02 November 2017 18:23

AUDIO Scotty D Talking NFL & College Picks

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Scotty D in Vegas returned to the Sam and Brad Show with his picks against the spread in college and pro football including 

 NC State(+ 7 1/2) over Clemson,  Oklahoma State (-2 1/2) over Oklahoma in Bedlam, and then the Michigan Wolverines ( -15 1/2) over the  Minnesota Golden Gophers.

 Listen to the rest for entertainment purposes only...

 

Thursday, 02 November 2017 16:20

AUDIO STVM Ready For Woodridge

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Coach Marcus Wattley of the STVM Fighting Irish spoke with Sam and Brad about the upcoming matchup with the Woodridge Bulldogs.

 

For the full interview, click below.

 

Thursday, 02 November 2017 09:52

AUDIO: Bernie Kosar Learns To Scramble

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The current state of the Cleveland Browns will make a segment of fans to pine for the old days. The most recent glory days for the Browns came some thirty years ago, and that team had a quarterback from nearby Boardman, Ohio.

Bernie Kosar joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to promote his new book, Learning to Scramble. Kosar says the book is about some of the life lessons he learned in Northeast Ohio, from growing up in a blue-collar steel town to a blue-collar football town.

The former Browns QB also shared his thoughts on the current team, where he used be a preseason color commentator. Bernie is disappointed in how the team has been managed over the years, and it believes the losing is causing some apathy within the fanbase.

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