A week has passed since Donald Trump became president-elect of the United States, and the transition period has begun. The transition isn’t just the changing of the guard in the executive branch, but the GOP takeover in the Senate and House. Senator Sherrod Brown joined the Ray Horner Morning Show…
It was a magical run for the Cleveland Indians, a team very few, if any, predicted to go to the World Series. It may not have finished the way many had hoped, especially after a 3-1 lead, but Tribe fans everywhere are proud of their baseball team. Bob DiBiasio, Senior…
Friday, 11 November 2016 09:27

AUDIO: Local WWII Vet Shares Stories Of His Service

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The presidential election has sure divided many Americans, but Veterans Day is the opportunity to bring them all together. George Janis arrived in studio for the Ray Horner Morning Show. George is a resident of Green, a graduate of Garfield High School, a long-time employee at Goodyear, a married man…
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 08:53

AUDIO: APS Superintendent Faces The Community

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In the continuing saga of the Akron Public Schools shakeup, members of the community have a long list of questions. Former mayor Don Plusquellic had one of those lists. David James, the superintendent of APS, reiterated his thoughts on the consolidation on the Ray Horner Morning Show. James maintains his…
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 08:43

UA President Settles Into Official Role

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Matthew Wilson had his interim title dropped a couple weeks ago and became the permanent president of the University of Akron, and he has hit the ground running. Wilson joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss what is on his plate, which includes the recent $3 million endowment from…
The long-awaited demolition of Rolling Acres Mall is in progress, and the spot on Romig Road will soon be a vacant rubble lot. So what is next? Dan Horrigan, the mayor of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the past, present, and future of the land. The…
Thursday, 27 October 2016 09:37

AUDIO: Hal Naragon Reflects On 2016, 1954 Indians

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Fans and pundits have compared the scrappy, resilient 2016 Cleveland Indians to the last time they were in the Fall Classic, 1997. But what some may not realize was how powerful the 1954 Indians were, even though they were swept by the New York Giants. Hal Naragon was a catcher…
Last week, there was a lot of talk as to whether or not Rick “The Wild Thing” Vaughn should throw out a ceremonial first pitch in the World Series. The Indians said no, but why not Roger Dorn? Corbin Bernsen, who played Roger Dorn in 1989’s Major League, joined the…
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 09:29

AUDIO: Cavs’ Voice Previews 2016-2017 Season

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Sure, the World Series is one of the most major events in professional sports. But next door to Progressive Field, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be receiving some shiny jewelry. John Michael, the play-by-play voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, called into the Ray Horner Morning Show to preview the first of…
All eyes, at least in the sports world, will be on Cleveland, Ohio tomorrow night. Game One of the 2016 World Series just so happens to fall on the night of the Cavaliers receiving their championship rings. Terry Pluto, long-time sportswriter for the Akron Beacon Journal and now with the…
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