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…
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…
Wednesday, 01 November 2017 10:10

AUDIO: Tim Dimoff On NYC Terror Attack

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New York City suffered its worst terrorist attack since September 11th, 2001, and the suspect happens to have ties to Summit County. Sayfullo Saipov, the suspect who killed eight people and injured about a dozen with a truck, lived off Wyoga Lake Road until 2015, before moving his family to…
Monday, 30 October 2017 07:44

AUDIO: Jim France On Setting Wins Record

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The Manchester Panthers are heading to the playoffs at full speed, and they did so with a 58-42 victory over Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy. But a major footnote from that contest was it was the 382nd victory for head coach Jim France, and that made him the all-time winningest coach…
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 08:47

AUDIO: Matt Finkes Previews OSU-Penn State Matchup

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It may not be in prime time and it may not be against Michigan, but the Ohio State Buckeyes have their work cut out for them against Penn State. Former Buckeye Matt Finkes joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to preview the matchup between these Big Ten rivals. Finkes, who…
The Soap Box Derby is not just an All-American thing anymore. Mark Gerberich, the president of the Soap Box Derby, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the future expansion of the derby. Gerberich says he is looking for the derby to continue growing their STEM programs, not just…
The downfall of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein continues to spiral as more actors and those around the industry have claimed some form of harassment. Not only have many already come forward, but others have mentioned they have known about Weinstein’s transgressions for years and even decades. Sexual harassment has been…
Thursday, 05 October 2017 09:20

AUDIO: Ed Asner on Autism Advocacy, Awareness

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He’s a familiar name from television, movies, and voice-acting. That familiar name will be appearing at the Akron Civic Theater on October 12. Part of the Autism Society of Greater Akron’s Autism Summit, Ed Asner and his son, Matt, will be a part of a panel with Bruce Winges. He…
After sitting vacant for nearly a decade, and after numerous attempts at bringing some life to the venue, the Rubber Bowl will soon become rubble. Mayor Dan Horrigan joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the present and future of the Rubber Bowl and the surrounding area. Safety and…
Monday, 25 September 2017 06:34

1590 WAKR Student Athlete of the Week: Victoria Young

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This week's 1590 WAKR Female student athlete of the week is Victoria Young from Kenmore-Garfield High School. A sophomore soccer player for the Golden Rams, Victoria just started playing soccer after a friend told her to give it a try. She is a defender on the team. Young says the…
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