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Food Safety at The Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Association with Bob Jones Jr., the Chair of the Ohio Produce Marketing Agreement and COO of The Chef’s Garden and Michael V. Geary, CAE, is serving as the Executive Director of the Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Association and Chief Executive Officer of OFA—The Association of Horticulture Professionals. Bob Jones Jr. holds a B.S. degree in Agriculture from The Ohio State University and a Masters degree from the Instit
On the show, we preview the game against Ohio State, with analysis, matchups, predictions and more, including an interview with Columbus Dispatch beat writer Bill Rabinowitz.
We feature Purdue assistant Marcus Freeman, who is facing his alma mater for the first time on Saturday. And the latest in recruiting and across the Big Ten.
Plus, we talk conference hoops with Mike DeCourcy, of Sporting News and the Big Ten Network.
Traveling to watch your child play college sports is exciting and fun. It's also costly and stressful. With all the planning and coordinating schedules, Game Ready families need direct access to information.
If your team is lucky enough to secure a BCS Bowl slot, you've only got a month or a few weeks to pull it all together. We've got two great guests who will tell us about getting to those Sugar, Rose, Orange and other Bowl sites.
Jen Bulla is the Asst. Business Mgr for Travel for THE Ohio State University. She manages and coordinates all of the arrangements for 36 sports programs. With one of the largest alumni networks and accomplished sports programs in the country, Jen has quite a bit of info to share.
Also joining us will be Michael Garson of FanTravel.com. If you're looking for a one-stop game-planning site, this is it. FanTravel offers full packages including airfare, hotel, tickets, souvenirs and more.
Listen for MIa's Tech Tips and Deb's Encouraging Words for Moms, too.
Let's get ready for Bowl season!
WELCOME TO THE NEW DAY FOR OHIO STATE HALL MEETING. I HOPE IT ALLOWS YOU TO JOIN US LIVE SO YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CALL IN OR PUT QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION ON THE MESSAGE BOARD.. I’M SO GREATFUL FOR THE ARCHIVES. WE HAVE A LOT OF WORK RIGHT HERE IN OHIO. LETS GET OUR BOOTS ON AND DIG IN. KNOW WHAT I MEAN
WHATS GOING ON IN YOUR STATE TELL US WHAT YOUR CONCERNS OR WHAT ARE YOU ARE PLEASED ABOUT
Each show I will air three artists per show. Each artist will have up to five minute per slot depending on length of Song. After all songs are played I will take calls for five callers. Each caller will have 2 mins to talk about songs that was played or promote themselve or showcase skills. During the entire show it will be a chat box open fell free to comment.
Thank goodness for the Bye Week, because every Penn Stater needed a week off in order to digest and fully appreciate the 4OT thriller against Michigan two Saturdays ago. Adam, Cari, and Dan are back, rested, and ready to chat about Homecoming, defeating the Wolverines, the BSD Tailgate, and the atmosphere at the stadium. Then, the three BSDers look ahead to this week's game against the border state rival Ohio State Buckeyes.
Marshall Jones from the Legendary Ohio Players will be joining us today.The band formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1959 as the Ohio Untouchables, and initially included members Robert Ward (vocals/guitar), Marshall "Rock" Jones (bass), Clarence "Satch" Satchell (saxophone/guitar), Cornelius Johnson (drums), and Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks (trumpet/trombone). They were best known at the time as a backing group for Detroit's The Falcons. On August 17, 2013 The Ohio Players were inducted into the 1st class of the Official R&B Music Hall of Fame. That took place in Cleveland, Ohio at Cleveland State U. The Ohio Untouchables broke up in 1963 with Ward leaving for a solo career, but the core members of the group returned to Dayton and the following year added Gregory Webster (drums) along with Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner (guitar), who would become the group's front man. The group added two more singers, Bobby Lee Fears and Dutch Robinson, and became the house band for the New York based Compass Records for Vocalist Helena Ferguson Kilpatrick in 1967 who had just returned from Gershwin's European Tour of Porgy and Bess.
The group disbanded again in 1970. After again reforming with a line-up including Bonner, Satchell, Middlebrooks, Jones, Webster, trumpeter Bruce Napier, vocalist Charles Dale Allen, trombonist Marvin Pierce and keyboardist Walter "Junie" Morrison, the Players had a minor hit on the Detroit-based Westbound label in 1971 with "Pain," which reached the Top 40 of the Billboard R&B Chart. James Johnson joined the group at this time as vocalist and saxophonist. Dale Allen shared co-lead vocals on some of the early Westbound material, although he was not credited on their albums Pain and Pleasure..
Today the Host is in Cleveland Ohio as Kimberley Hart-Ogburn show him around to the new areas in her hometown. On November 1st ...yes Cleveland Ohio will be the new home of the Dre O Radio Show...look out Cleveland!
Ohio Valley Haunts Radio is hosted by Haunt Goddess(Joanna Rose), and is a place for haunt owners, actors, actresses, and fans to chat about Halloween season happenings. We are also welcoming anyone to call in with questions/advice/insight about haunted attractions. You are welcome to chat or call in! We will also be giving away a pair of haunt passes with every episode, so stay tuned!
PLEASE JOIN SARAH FOWLER TONIGHT AS SHE GIVES US THE LATES UPDATE ON FROM INFORMATION SHE HAS OBTAIN THROUGH BEING AN ELECTED BOARD MEMBER'
SARAH WAS HOME SCHOOLED
AND NOW AT THE OF 23 SHE IS FIGHTING FOR THE BEST EDUCATION TO BE GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOS HERE IN OHIO..
THE IMPORTANT PART MISSING IN PUBLIC EDUCATION ARE THE TAX PAYERS AND PARENTS WHO HAS PUT THEIR TRUST IN THE EDUCATORS.....AND THAT IS CALLED A MONOPO;Y THAT IS EFFECTING THE MIND..HEART AND SOUL OF OUR INNOCENT YOUTH THAT TRUST US !!!
NOW DO YOU SEE THE PROBLEM.....
Marge Cook has been trying for seven years to gain guardianship of her now, 24 year old grandson. Originally guardianized at 18, her grandson had suffered the abuse and molestation of his stepfather for years which was never addressed and a subsequent psychological shock. Now, he is a prisoner in a residential home and his grandmother cannot see him, cannot contact him and doesn't know for sure where he is even being held at this point.
Orignally held in Ohio, Marge was able to get her grandson transferred to Michigan where she resides. Ohio had promised that if she took her grandson to Genessee Community Health, guardianship would be transferred to her. Instead, her grandson was given to a professional fiduciary who immediately had him housed in a residential home owned by Eric McBean.
McBean had been previously cited for illegal imprisonment on his Mill Road Home. He owns two others and whether Marge's grandson is housed in one of these is uncertain.
Although Marge has petitioned repeatedly for guardianship of her grandson, Genesee County has refused to even recognize her efforts. Marge has had to battle Judge Jennie E. Barkey, a judge who has been disqualified and over ruled in several other guardianship cases.