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September 23, 2020 4 min
Jeff Ruth Talks With River Valley Head Coach Doug Green About This Fridays Game against Marion Harding
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Jeff Ruth Talks With Marion Harding Head Coach Jarrod Slater About This Fridays Game at River Valley
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September 23, 2020 1 min
Today's News from Newsradio 1490 WMRN Marion, OH
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September 22, 2020 1 min
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September 21, 2020 1 min
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Final Score: River Valley: 28 Pleasant: 14
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September 18, 2020 1 min
Today's News from Newsradio 1490 WMRN Marion, OH
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Jeff Ruth met with River Valley Head Football Coach Doug Green to talk about their game with Pleasant on Friday.
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Jeff Ruth met with Pleasant Head Football Coach Aaron Cook to talk about their game with River Valley on Friday.
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Marion Mayor Scott Schertzer announced that Major Jay McDonald will be the interim Chief of Police, upon the retirement of current Chief Bill Collins in October. Major McDonald was selected to the post due to his seniority and experience. All of Marion’s Police Majors will have the opportunity to take the Chief of Police test in the next few months to determine who will lead our police force next.
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Marion Mayor Scott Schertzer joined the podcast to update us on how the city is doing. He addressed the retirement of Police Chief Bill Collins, named his interim successor, and explained how the next permanent Marion Chief of Police will be selected. The Mayor also talked about the census and it's importance, he answered your questions about Trick or Treat and announced another two-day community clean-up event for September 24...
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September 17, 2020 1 min
Today's News from Newsradio 1490 WMRN Marion, OH
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Marion Public Health Commissioner Traci Kinsler joined the podcast to update us on COVID-19 in our county. She addressed how things are going in schools, with sports and in the congregate settings, and all is going well. Traci also answered questions regarding Death reporting here and around the state and what is going on at our wastewater treatment plant and the monitoring of that material for clues about coronavirus.
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September 16, 2020 1 min
Today's News from Newsradio 1490 WMRN Marion, OH
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September 15, 2020 1 min
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September 14, 2020 1 min
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Final Score: Ontario 28 River Valley: 24
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Jeff Ruth met up with River Valley Head Coach Doug Green to talk to him about his team's 2-0 start in advance of their match-up with Ontario.
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September 10, 2020 16 min
The Harding Symposium is set to be a webinar on Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 1 to 3 PM. Sherry Hall and Gary Iams joined the podcast to tell us the history of the symposium and what to expect with this years online version of the event. Tickets: https://web.cvent.com/event/a7cd0545-c0d4-424b-b0e8-579dc96cc8b0/summary More Info: https://osumarion.osu.edu/initiatives/outreach/harding-symposium/ Harding Presidential Sites: https...
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Marion City Police Lt. B.J. Gruber joined the podcast to discuss what's happening in the City of Marion. From the violent crime this summer to school starting, and even about Chief Collins retirement next month. The Marion PD is also set to hire several new officers in 2021. He gives the details in the podcast.
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