Topics include: Fire truck pull success, flushable wipes, drug take-back, power outage, Krieger’s sales, library programs for this week.
Topics include: Akron-Canton Airport is 75, rubber worker statue, “robot” mowers, Sasquatch thefts a national epidemic, plus a bonus stolen statue story.
Mike and Steve talk to Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Walters about what high school was like for him, how he went from high school to mayor, and how he worked through his son’s addiction issues,. They wrap up with a hearty game of Make this Sound with Your Mouth Only.
Mike and Steve discuss several “things.”
Topics include: Sasquatch clues, Covid lions, Broad Boulevard ceremoniously renamed, Akron school bus crisis, unlicensed funeral operator, great deals at Krieger’s, so many stump grinders.
This week’s topics: Arthur Treachers, Sasquatch search continues, Seven Floors of Hell, Autumn leaves, Halloween events, fire truck pull, the case of the milkshake marauder..
This week’s topics: Ohio to welcome 855 Afghan evacuees, Akron marathon, pumpkin patches, haunted horses, blimps, an old house, 3D print tiny house designs at the library.
Topics include: 100 years of the Tiger Band, Bank robbery, Sasquatch theft, how to hem clothes workshop at the library, Newberry School time capsule, Portage Path was once the western border of the United States.
Mike and Steve are back with more Cuyahoga Falls news, featuring: Local residents with connections to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City; Cuyahoga Falls ‘adopts’ tribal territory in Houma, Louisiana; Oktoberfest returns; Back to school bash; Stair climbing; Petting zoos.
Mike and Steve report on Cuyahoga Falls news for the week of September 5, 2021, including refuse pickup, pancake breakfast, and the historic Cuyahoga Falls fire bell.
Mike and Steve go live with guest Andy Pal and discuss France, Crayolas, high school plays, and light saber sounds, not necessarily in that order.