Episode #15: News September 17 2021

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.

Episode #14: News September 9 2021

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.

CFHS Tiger Marching Band to hold Tag Day on September 11

https://cuyahogafallsnewspress-oh.newsmemory.com/ (page B1)

City, school districts partner to host two Back to School Bashes https://cuyahogafallsnewspress-oh.newsmemory.com/ (page A2)

Oktoberfest slated for Sept 17, 18, 19

Every day is a gift’: Silver Lake native embraces life after escaping World Trade Center on 9/11

‘Call to duty’: Retired Cuyahoga Falls firefighter recalls search and rescue at ground zero

Akron, Cuyahoga Falls host Memorial Stair Climb, ‘Last Alarm’ service to honor those who died on 9/11

Cuyahoga Falls Community Calendar

Cuyahoga Falls ‘adopts’ tribal territory in Houma, Louisiana to help relief efforts after Hurricane Ida

Episode #9: Susan Gabeau (Kushner)

In this timely episode, Susan Gabeau (Kushner) talks about being a nurse at the epicenter of the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak, New York City. In addition, she tells her story of surviving sexual assault as a child and finding a home in New York. In a total contrast, Steve whines about how tired he is from sitting around all day. Mike and Steve discuss the strange phenomenon of upmanaging.

This is Susan’s yearbook photo from high school:

And this is Susan (with her family) now:

Episode #8: Shannon Burtrand-Roupe

Shannon Burtrand-Roupe is this episode’s guest, and she tells how Christianity became an important part of her life and how she ended up in Arizona. Shannon is inexplicably the second guest on the show to have entered the profession of pharmaceutical sales through unlikely circumstances. Mike and Steve take a break from their usual idiocy to talk about mortality.

This is Shannon’s yearbook photo from high school:

And this is Shannon (with her family) now: