Monday , June 24 2024

Morning Mix

Today’s Good News

Kindhearted Cop Surprises Boy With New Football Cleats A police officer named Michael Pointer in Memphis, Tennessee, made a young boy’s day by purchasing and delivering a new pair of football cleats and socks to him. Kamarri Brooks had been without cleats and couldn’t afford them, which was keeping him …

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What’s Trending

Someone who bought a scratch-off in Northeast Ohio won life-changing money. According to a press release from the Ohio Lottery , a winner claimed $2,000,000 on the scratch-off game $2,000,000 Diamond Spectacular. The ticket was sold at the DM Mart on Cleveland Ave. in Amherst. The winner chose the cash …

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Terrific Teacher Tuesday

THE TERRIFIC TEACHER PROGRAM IS DONE FOR THE 2023-24 SCHOOL YEAR. WE’LL START TAKING NOMINATIONS FOR TEACHERS AGAIN AFTER SCHOOL STARTS IN THE FALL. Listen to the Morning Mix every Tuesday @ 7:15 to see who will be picked as our VACATIONLAND FEDERAL CREDIT UNION TERRIFIC TEACHER. THANKS TO ALL OF …

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Avon Lake Eagles Nest Live Stream

Stars & Stripes are the names of the bald eagles nesting right outside of Redwood Elementary School in Avon Lake. The kids at the school named this year’s eaglets Anchor and Arrow.

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Kids Talk About Love For Valentine’s Day

Randy Hugg of the Morning Mix spent some time with the 3rd graders in Krista Hartung’s class at Meadowlawn Intermediate School in Perkins, asking the kids about love for Valentine’s Day…and the answers ran the gamut from sweet to hilarious!

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Sandusky Teen’s Short Film Premieres on Amazon Prime

The Sandusky Central Catholic senior wrote and directed and financed shooting of the thriller short film, Subnivean. It was picked up by Amazon Prime, starting Wednesday June 12. At 17, Jonathan is the youngest director of a film on ANY streaming service. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ABOUT SUBNIVEAN AND JONATHAN …

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DR. BILL KIMBERLIN PUBLISHES BOOK ABOUT DEATH ROW INMATES

On Tuesday, January 26, Morning Mix host Randy Hugg spoke with Lorain County Community College psychology professor Dr. Bill Kimberlin about his new book, which takes you into the minds of death row inmates. The book, Watch Me Die, contains Kimberlin’s findings in nearly a decade of studies to give …

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