Tuesday, 06 June 2017 09:51

AUDIO: OSU Voice Paul Keels On Matta Resignation

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After 13 seasons, the Thad Matta era at Ohio State is officially over. Matta resigned due to chronic foot problems, though this seemed to be a mutual parting of ways with Buckeye brass. Paul Keels, the voice of Buckeye football and basketball, told the Ray Horner Morning Show he was…
The United States pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord was not popular with everyone, but supporters on the Republican side of the spectrum were pleased. Congressman Jim Renacci was one of those Republicans, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss it. Renacci says being part of…
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 07:41

AUDIO: Horrigan On The Future Of Innerbelt Land

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After nearly 30 years, the Innerbelt is no more, and there have been questions about what will be done with all of that land. Those questions are being addressed by community leaders as far as long-term planning. One of those community leaders is mayor Dan Horrigan, who joined the Ray…
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 09:27

AUDIO: Bill Judge Fighting For Barberton in DC

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Cities across the nation such as Barberton are on watch in terms of their federal funding with President Trump’s proposed budget for 2018. In the budget, the president is calling for a $2.7 billion reduction in spending, and city leaders wonder what services could be cut. Bill Judge, the mayor…
After some gunfire, the rims on the basketball courts are coming down at Davenport Park, and the future of the Ellet park is actively being addressed. Ward 6 councilman Bob Hoch joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss ongoing problems at the park and how the city will handle…
Thursday, 11 May 2017 08:52

AUDIO: Sen. Brown on Comey Firing, Healthcare

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News out of Washington over the last week has been divisive and partisan, and politicians from both sides have not been shy to weigh in. One of those politicians is Ohio senator Sherrod Brown, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show on Thursday. As for the recent firing of FBI director…
In 1997, the cities of Akron and Chemnitz, from the Free State of Saxony, Germany became official Sister Cities. Now, the two towns are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of their partnership. Mayor Dan Horrigan has welcomed Barbara Ludwig, the mayor of Chemnitz, to town and had a full slate of…
The second phase of repealing and replacing Obamacare was rolled out last week, and this time around, the new bill helped unite more Republicans. Congressman Jim Renacci joined the Ray Horner Morning Show, guest-hosted by Tony Mazur, to talk about his support of the bill. Renacci spoke of the importance…
Friday, 05 May 2017 08:49

AUDIO: Dr. Para Jones On Stark State Growth

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Stark State College is Summit County’s first community college, and the expansion into the Akron area seems to look quite promising. Dr. Para Jones, president of Stark State University, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to update the listeners on the enrollment and construction of the new site. Dr. Jones…
2017 marks the twentieth anniversary of Canal Park and the Akron baseball franchise. A major figure in getting the baseball team into downtown Akron was former mayor Don Plusquellic. It has been two full years since Plusquellic stepped down as mayor, and he gave an update on his life on…
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