Good Mornings Podcast Edition

Good Mornings Podcast Edition

Good Mornings with host Chris Oaks is a fun, hip and lively show that has everyone talking - featuring conversations with local, state and nationally-known politicians, authors and experts in fields ranging from current events to technology, finance to modern lifestyle topics.... Show More

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September 25, 2020 54 min
With so much confusion and misinformation circulating, we separate fact from fiction about the status of coronavirus testing and vaccine research (at 14:35) --- Wanna get away? Lifestyle and travel expert Amy Goodman has What You Need for a great family road trip this fall (at 23:06) --- It's the final slate of games ahead of seeding selection for the expanded playoffs... meaning Week #5 is the last chance for area high school...
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September 24, 2020 53 min
University of Findlay director of athletics Brandi Laurita discusses current plans for postponed fall sports and the status of the Oilers' winter sports programs (at 15:44) --- Awesome resources for at-home parents-turned-science-teachers that can inspire your child's enthusiasm for the STEM subjects (at 23:23) --- Keeping the Faith: ''Spiraling Upward''... a hope and healing ministry for overcoming addicti...
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September 23, 2020 59 min
More than 21-million Americans have been left behind in the high-speed data revolution... the coronavirus pandemic highlights why bridging this digital divide is critical to the current and future success of the country (at 14:06) --- ONU Constitutional Law professor Scott Gerber discusses the sudden SCOTUS vacancy and the partisan battle to fill that open seat (at 22:04) --- What is your infant sleeping on? A wakeup call for pare...
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September 22, 2020 57 min
The 'Welcome to a New Life' program needs mentors to support local inmates looking to overcome their past mistakes... it is a role you may be more qualified to fill than you think (at 12:41) --- Online Recovery Day... recognizing the benefits of non-traditional forms of addiction therapy, which have suddenly become more mainstream during the coronavirus pandemic (at 23:33) --- Tonight's PBS Frontline special ''T...
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September 21, 2020 50 min
The Findlay Municipal Court currently lists more than 2600 active bench warrants awaiting action... the court's upcoming Safe Surrender Week is a chance to potentially clear hundreds of those cases off the books (at 13:43) --- School zone safety is a familiar reminder to drivers this time of year... an even more important one now with students on staggered and irregular schedules (at 22:30) --- The official arrival of autumn th...
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September 18, 2020 58 min
This week brought the surprising news that the Findlay Mall has been sold... Hancock County Economic Development director Tim Mayle discusses what the future may hold for the property (at 12:26) --- Even though the Findlay Trojans won't be taking the field, there is plenty of other area gridiron action on Week #4 of high school football (at 25:31) --- Community and Business Spotlight: Perhaps the only good thing about 'the...
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September 17, 2020 52 min
For World Patient Safety Day... why addressing health worker safety, especially in the year of COVID-19, is the key to improving patient safety and outcomes (at 13:47) --- After the pandemic all but wiped out summer travel season, we have expert advice on how to have a 'safe-cation' for those looking to make up for lost time this fall (at 22:24) --- What's Happening: The latest activities, events and projects from the ...
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September 16, 2020 57 min
The Department of Health has finally cleared senior centers to reopen later this month... director Carolyn Copus shares the plan for 50 North locally, especially as their massive construction project continues (at 13:59) --- In a normal year, some 35M Americans will come down with the flu - and this is anything but a normal year... so we have some tips for boosting your immune system to stay healthy (at 23:11) --- Keeping the Faith...
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September 15, 2020 51 min
People are spending more time with their dogs these days, which is good... but a new study finds an alarming number are picking up parasitic infections which could pose a health risk to both your pet and you (at 14:41) --- Around Town: This year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is a virtual affair... but no less critical for breast cancer patients past, present and future (at 23:04) --- What's a car company to do when yo...
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September 14, 2020 48 min
Findlay City Schools superintendent Troy Roth joins us for a recap and critique of the first week of this quite unusual school year (at 14:24) --- Mental Health Monday: Why some of what may seem like short term side effects of the pandemic may lead to issues with a much more serious and long-lasting impact (at 21:26) --- Consumer Affairs: Have you been paying off a lot of debt lately? You're not alone (at 30:46) --- More of ...
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September 11, 2020 53 min
Maintaining good health and fitness is more important now than ever... we have advice on good hygiene and best practices when you're ready to head back to the gym, or just work out at home (at 12:20) --- Everyday Agriculture: With autumn ready to settle in, that means tending to some fall lawn care chores (at 19:10) --- Week #3 High School Football preview... The undefeated Findlay Trojans finally play their home opener, and i...
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September 10, 2020 49 min
Findlay Mayor Christina Muryn recaps yesterday's virtual public meeting about proposed updates to the city's zoning map... and why there's a need for such wholesale changes (at 12:57) --- Americans are spending their free time playing video games in record numbers... raising renewed concerns among some parents about the amount and type of content being consumed (at 23:06) --- Throwback Thursday: Turning a day of traged...
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September 9, 2020 49 min
At a time when our lives have been so dramatically altered and as the coronavirus pandemic continues to test us all, what role does faith play in seeing us through this time of trial? A conversation with the author of ''Christ and COVID-19'' (at 13:01) --- To Your Health: Understanding the latest treatment options for some 175,000 Americans who will be diagnosed with blood cancers this year alone (at 24:25) --- Li...
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September 8, 2020 51 min
When President Trump encouraged supporters to show up at polling places after mailing in their ballot, some accused him of encouraging election fraud... but how do voters know if their absentee ballots have been counted? (at 15:06) --- College at a crossroads... how one upstart urban university rewrote the rules to maximize their success rate and minimize student debt, without compromising the quality of their coursework (at 24:51)...
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September 4, 2020 59 min
New jobless claims have finally fallen below 1M per week... it's the lowest number since March, but the employment crisis is far from over (at 15:51) --- Between the Iowa windstorm and Hurricane Laura in the Gulf of Mexico, weather has not been kind to agriculture interests over the past several weeks (at 26:42) --- The Trojans can't afford a hangover from last week's big win as they face archrival Fremont Ross this wee...
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September 3, 2020 47 min
Amazon has announced it is on course to spend $18B to help small, independent sellers on their platform and onboard more than 100K+ new partner businesses in the next year (at 13:03) --- September is Suicide Prevention Month, and the numbers are staggering... Every day an average of 20 veterans take their own lives. The VA is working to change that, but they can't do it alone (at 20:15) --- Everyday Agriculture: With cons...
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September 2, 2020 53 min
Do 'new CDC numbers' really show the number of coronavirus deaths is far fewer than previously reported? Hancock Public Health commissioner Karim Baroudi explains what the data really means (at 15:01) --- What if an already common medical breathing device could be adapted to help COVID-19 patients recover without the need to be hospitalized? How one inventor did just that (at 24:40) --- Keeping the Faith: There are no pr...
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September 1, 2020 52 min
Would a countywide curbside recycling program reduce the amount of waste going to the Hancock County landfill? And would the benefits outweigh the cost? Solid Waste Management District director Courtney Comstock explains the give-and-take behind the idea (at 14:58) --- Most area students return to school one week from today... beyond the basics like facemasks, hand hygiene, and social distancing, how can teachers make sure they a...
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August 31, 2020 46 min
Congressman Bob Latta has reached an agreement with the Postal Service to have Ohio's mail-in ballots in the November election be sorted and processed in Ohio, but is that just placing a band-aid on bigger problems for the USPS? (at 10:48) --- About 50,000 Americans die from colon cancer each year, making it the third-leading cause of cancer death... even though it is one of the most easily detectable and treatable forms of the...
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August 28, 2020 53 min
Are you ready for some football? A complete preview of opening week for the most unusual high school gridiron season ever (at 14:36) --- We all have big, important moments in our lives that we will never forget... but what about all the little moments in-between? Could they have just as much meaning and impact? (at 22:17) --- What You Need to make the most of these waning days of summer and prep for a productive and organized aut...
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