Tuesday, 12 July 2016 08:29

AUDIO: Matthew Wilson Takes over UA Presidency

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The University of Akron continues to go through a transition process, specifically after the resignation of former president Scott Scarborough back in May. But the effort to push through the poor publicity continues. The dean of the University of Akron College of Law, Matthew Wilson, joined the Ray Horner Morning…
Thursday, 07 July 2016 08:29

AUDIO: Sen. Rob Portman Looks To Pass CARA

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The outbreak of heroin continues to spread, and it is happening in our own backyard. In the Akron area, there were 15 reported overdoses on heroin in a ten-hour span. Senator Rob Portman joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk CARA, the Comprehensive Addiction Recovery Act. Portman has been…
The city of Ravenna is in the running for a new military training center. Well, that is if there is a running. Frank Seman, the mayor of Ravenna, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss this possible expansion of the Missile Defense Agency. Mayor Seman says there is 22,000…
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 10:02

Mayor Horrigan on the Bridgestone, Rolling Acres

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The celebration in Akron continues, from the LeBron James party at Lock 3 last week to the Bridgestone Invitational this week. As the mayor said, there is a lot of civic pride going around the area. Dan Horrigan, the mayor of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss…
Thursday, 23 June 2016 09:38

Joe Tait Touches On 2016 Cavs, His Health

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He may not be following the Cleveland Cavaliers as close as he used to, but hall of fame broadcaster Joe Tait is happy for them. Even if he only caught just one game last season. The long-time play-by-play man for the now-world champion Cavs joined the Ray Horner Morning Show,…
Was it fair to call “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” a one-hit wonder? Maybe the song itself was, but Vicki Lawrence carved out a nice career for herself, through thick and thin. Vicki has accomplished all of this while battling CIU, a disease she did not have…
It happened. It actually happened. After more than a half-century, a Cleveland sports team took home the title, and it was done in dramatic fashion. The dramatics mostly came from Akron’s own LeBron James. His long-time coach Dru Joyce II joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk in depth…
Thursday, 16 June 2016 10:59

AUDIO: Drew Friedman Draws His Obsessions

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They say to write and draw what you love. Illustrator and cartoonist Drew Friedman has made a living out of that mantra. After pouring over copies of MAD Magazine as a youth, Drew had the opportunity to join the MAD team some years later. He talked to Tony Mazur on…
Monday, 13 June 2016 07:00

Plusquellic Remembers Voinovich

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The passing of George Voinovich, a former mayor, governor, and senator in the state of Ohio, has caused plenty of public figures to step forward with their reflections and condolences. One of those figures is former Akron mayor Don Plusquellic. Though the two came from different political backgrounds, Plusquellic spoke…
Friday, 10 June 2016 10:22

AUDIO: Earnest Byner Recovers Hearts Of Fans

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They said time heals all wounds. Sure, The Fumble is still a sore subject with Browns fans everywhere, but it seems many have forgiven the bruising running back from yesteryear. Earnest Byner has a new book out called Everybody Fumbles, and he talked about the arduous writing process on the…
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