The Morning Show with Clint Corpe Interviews

Listed below are some of the most recent interviews conducted by Clint. You can listen to The Morning Show every morning Monday-Friday from 6:00am-9:00am on WBGU FM 88.1. Be sure to follow The Morning Show on Facebook to stay up to date.

BGHS Wrestling

Four Bowling Green High School wrestlers stopped by the studio this morning for a visit. Senior Colton Keefe wrestling at 165 lbs. and Captain, Senior Dominick Burch wrestling as a Heavyweight and a team Captain, Senior Mike Kinzel a 2x State Qualifier and 1x placer with 100 Career wins and a Captain and Senior Daniel Fields wrestling at 144 lbs. and a Captain. Listen as coach DJ Dieter introduced each of these outstanding young men and we learned more about their goals for the future.

Kathie VanNess, Sounds Like Yoga

The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce awarded a quarterly investor grant to Kathie VanNess of Sounds Like Yoga this past Friday. Clint talked with Kathie about how she is going to utilize the grant and learned a lot about the benefits of Yoga!
The quarterly Investor Grant provides a Chamber Investor up to $1,000 earmarked for employee training programs for human resources, technology, and management, towards the purchase of business-related equipment, or applied towards the off-set of a BGSU/Owens student internship.

George Strata, Beckett's Burger Bar and SamB's

George Strata from Beckett's Burger Bar and SamB's joined Clint in studio this morning to update us on the consolidation of both award winning restaurants.

Katie Oestreich, Ohio FFA State Treasurer

Eastwood FFA member Katie Oestreich, who is also the State Treasurer for Ohio FFA, visited the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club last Thursday to talk about her FFA experience. Clint visited with Katie after her presentation.

Kat Patterson, Visit BG Ohio

Clint visited this morning with Kat Patterson from Visit BG Ohio to go over the just released 2022 Annual report, lots of great news there! They also shared the great news about another of the town's signature events, the Black Swamp Arts Festival, getting word yesterday of another award as they plan for their 30th festival this year.

Julia Adams, BGSU Student Rec Center

Great to spend time with Julia this morning on the show. Some of the topics we covered include the cost of membership, FREE for some, ongoing classes and how to sign up and PICKELBALL courts at the REC Center? It's true!

Lt. Jordan Schwoko, Ohio State Highway Patrol

Bowling Green post commander Lt. Jordan Schwoko and Ohio State Highway Patrol troop Nick Palmer stopped by the studio for a visit this week. As you'll hear, Trooper Palmer is a BGHS and Bowling Green State University graduate before he started his career as a member of the Ohio State Highway Patrol!

Matt, Eric, and Joe, PT Link Physical Therapy

Matt, Erin and Joe from PT Link Physical Therapy in Bowling Green stopped by the studio for a visit this morning. We talked about the many services offered at the 1070 N. Main Street location plus a partnership program they offer where that can come to your office or business and evaluate how to keep your staff comfortable and injury free.

Stacey Higgins, Bowling Green City Schools

Stacey Higgins is the co-coordinator of the 1BookBG program for Bowling Green City Schools and during Monday night's Board of Education meeting she revealed this year's book and a new collaboration with the Wood County District Public Library!

Stan Korducki, Wood County Hospital

Wood County Hospital President Stan Korducki updated Clint on a couple of milestones for Dr. Carlos Gómez who recently performed his 100th robotics surgery and Dr. Michael Bielefeld who performed his 300th robotics surgery! Stan also talked about The Center for Weight Loss Surgery that has been named as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Bariatric Surgery by the Women’s Choice Award®.

Pastor Rob Spicer, St. Mark's Lutheran Church

St. Mark's Lutheran Church Senior Pastor Rob Spicer announced to his congregation earlier this month that he would be leaving Bowling Green to serve at a church in Findlay. Listen here to the last "Faith Minute" provided by Pastor Spicer to the show after we've been airing this message every Monday morning at 6:30 for over 6 years.

Tina Bradley & Sarah Nidiffer, Drug Free Communities/Wood County Prevention Coalition

Tina Bradley, Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator/Wood County Prevention Coalition Coordinator joined Clint for an update on grant funding they've recieved and Sarah Nidiffer. Sarah updated listeners concerning Grandparents Raising grandchildren as well as Kinship Guardians programs in Wood County.

Kristen Leverton & Kristina Eynon, CASA

Clint had the pleasure of having the CASA/GAL program director Kristen Leverton and Volunteer Coordinator Kristina Eynon visit the studio to tell him more about this program. "Please join Wood County CASA at one of our upcoming Virtual Volunteer Information Sessions to learn the role of CASA volunteers and how you can become involved in Wood County. We offer monthly virtual information sessions held via zoom and led by a CASA volunteer. Even if you are not ready to begin - we’d love to give you information and answer your questions. If you are unable to attend this session or would prefer a one-on-one conversation about this volunteer opportunity, please reach out to us by phone at 419-352-3554 or email at casa@woodcountyohio.gov! CASA Volunteers advocate for the best interest of children who have experienced abuse and neglect, some of whom are in foster care. CASAs get to know the child and their family and make recommendations to the court regarding services and placement to help families remain strong. Volunteers must be 21 years old, have a valid driver's license, complete an extensive background check, and participate in 30 hours of pre-service training. The average CASA volunteer donates 5-10 hours per month to their CASA case." Upcoming Information Sessions: Tuesday, February 14, 11am Wednesday, March 15, 12pm Thursday, April 27, 1pm

Zach & Chris Tracy, Juniper Brewing

Clint had the opportunity to congratulate Chris and Zach Tracy on their winning trip to Chicago. We also thanked them for hosting "Giving Mondays" in December that benefitted local area non profits to the tune of over $6,000!

Stormy Weiss, Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of Wood County Ohio held their 2022 Mission Night Pot Luck and Awards Celebration last week and he had the opportunity to visit with Stormy Weiss on the show the day after to recap the event and talk about what looks to be a very busy 2023 for Mark Ohashi and his team.

Lt. Adam Skaff, BG Police

Clint asked Bowling Green, OH Police Division Lt. Adam Skaff to call as part of his local news, to give more details about the update to the parking enforcement procedures in the City.

Tina Bradley, Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator and Sarah Nidiffer, Ohio Kinship

Tina Bradley, Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator/Wood County Prevention Coalition Coordinator joined Clint for an update on grant funding they've recieved and Sarah Nidiffer. Sarah updated listeners concerning Grandparents Raising grandchildren as well as Kinship Guardians programs in Wood County.

Dave Wigent, Wood County Department of Job and Family Services

The USDA says the temporary boost, known as emergency allotments, to SNAP benefits put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic will end nationwide in 2023. Clint talked to Dave Wigent, Director of Wood County Department of Job and Family Services, about the impending changes.

Courtney Rice, NAMI Wood County

Courtney Rice from NAMI Wood County joined Clint this week to talk about January being Mental Health Awareness Month.

Dave Thompson and Floyd Craft, Main Street Ace Hardware

Hometown, Hardware & Help – a legacy that will continue in Downtown Bowling Green. Ace Hardware is under new ownership as of January 13th, 2023. Dave and Kati Thompson have officially completed the purchase of the business from Founder Floyd Craft. Craft approached the Thompsons in the summer of 2022 as he was succession planning for his businesses. He wanted a local family to take over his business – a family who is committed to the community and to the long-term stability of Downtown Bowling Green. Dave and Kati Thompson were honored to have been approached by Mr. Craft, and decided to evaluate if owning a hardware store would be a good addition to their portfolio of family businesses. After several conversations with Craft and ACE Corporate, the Thompson’s decided owning and operating a hometown hardware store is a perfect complement to their existing businesses and particular skill sets. Dave founded Thompson & Thompson Construction in 1995 and has been successfully operating that business for 27 years. His construction business is thriving and will remain in operation with the purchase of ACE. That business focuses on residential and commercial new construction and remodeling. Kati is the Executive Director of Bowling Green Economic Development, focused on attracting and retaining businesses in the city. She also owns Eden Fashion Boutique, a contemporary women’s clothing store in Downtown Bowling Green. Together, the couple owns TDK Property Group, in which they own and operate commercial and residential properties. In addition, the Thompson's have five children who enjoy working in their family businesses and are thrilled to join the ACE team. Dave’s passion for helping people solve problems within their homes or places of business is a natural fit for the owner of a hardware store. ACE’s Corporate brand is “the helpful place” and that is exactly what local residents can continue to expect. Dave is excited to continue to supply the Bowling Green area with their hardware needs while also offering expert advice. He will also increase the store’s ability to serve Bowling Green contractors and subcontractors. Through his decades of experience in the field, he’s passionate about meeting the needs of the tradespeople and ensuring they have the ability to source products from a locally owned business. Floyd Craft’s legacy in Downtown Bowling Green is extraordinary. The Thompsons want to honor the incredible work he has put into ACE and Downtown Bowling Green as a whole. Craft and the Thompsons are thrilled about this transition and plan to work hand-in-hand to ensure a smooth changeover. The current ACE team and long-time store manager Carol Tolles will all continue with their employment and are excited about the transition as well. ACE Corporate is requiring some modifications to the store in light of the change of ownership, customers can expect the same great product selection and the same great service.

Superintendent Francis Scruci, BGHS

An off duty guidance counselor at the Bowling Green High School stopped by the office on Christmas Day and found it had been flooded. The flooding was caused when a pipe burst in a 2nd floor art room resulting in damage to the 1st and 2nd floors estimated at up to $50,000 according to Superintendent Francis Scruci. Mr. Scruci said if the counselor had not come in no one would have probably been in the building until Tuesday because of the holiday so the damage could have been much worse. Losses included a third of the inventory in the school bookstore plus furniture, work stations, etc. A claim will be filed with the insurance company. Bowling Green City Schools, Ohio

Kami Wildman, Wood County Health Department

Clint had a visit with Kami Wildman from the Wood County Health Department this morning. Kami and Clint talked about preparations for this weekends wind and snow, help that's available if you would like to quit smoking in the new year and much more.

Dan Meyer, Bowling Green State University

Just a few tickets left in the Bowling Green State University section at the Quick Lane Bowl according to Senior Associate AD for Development Dan Meyer. Clint had a talk with Dan this morning about the big game and a pregame official Falcon Fan Tailgate located inside Ford Field at the Gridiron Club from noon until 2:30!

Pastor Joel Nichols, Bowling Green Church of the Nazarene

Pastor Joel Nichols from the Bowling Green Church of the Nazarene called the show this morning to invite everyone to join their congregation for a first ever New Year's Day community Breakfast.

Cops and Kids

What a wonderful event at the Meijer store in Bowling Green this past Saturday when Police and Fire personnel from across Wood County turned out for the "Cops and Kids" shopping event. Clint got comments from one couple that helped the kids plus comments from the long time manager of the store, Judy who has helped to support this event for years. Of course it was great to spend some time with Sandy from Safe Communities of Wood County too!

Stan Korducki, Wood County Hospital President

Clint had his last weekly visit this year with the President of the Wood County Hospital Stan Korducki. Stan and Clint talked about economic development coming to Bowling Green, the ongoing influenza challenge and more.

Evie Van Vorhis

Guess who stopped by the studio this morning fresh off her inspirational performance of the National Anthem at the Cleveland Browns game this past Saturday. Evie Van Vorhis shared some behind the scenes stories and what it was like to perform in front of a national TV audience.

Zach and Chris Tracy, Juniper Brewing Company

Today is the day for the Monday fundraiser at Juniper Brewing Company in Downtown Bowling Green SID. Zack and Chris Tracy called the show this morning to remind everyone about this week's beneficiary of their generosity, Bowling Green City Schools so Clint took the opportunity to thank them for this wonderful initiative of giving back to a different non profit organization each Monday.

Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn

Clint had an year end visit with Wood county Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn this morning.

Brian O'Connell, City of Bowling Green Utilities Director

Timely interview this morning with City of Bowling Green Utilities Director Brian O'Connell after yesterday's announcement that Abbott Laboratories will be investing 536 million dollars in a new facility on Brim Rd that will employ over 450 people. O'Connell confirmed there's more work to be done to prepare the chosen site for the upcoming construction.

Craig Everett, OSU Extension Office

Clint has been asking some of his guests this past week if they have a favorite Christmas memory they would like to share. Well Craig Everett from The Ohio State University Extension-Wood County office had a humorous memory he shared with Clint on the show.

Dr Josh Grubbs, Bowling Green State University

With just weeks to go before sports betting becomes legal in Ohio, a Bowling Green State University psychologist is undertaking research to better understand how problem gambling on sports can be better understood and possibly predicted. Clint had a visit with Dr. Josh Grubbs, an associate professor in the BGSU Department of Psychology who extensively studies behavioral addictions, who received more than $1 million in grants for the landmark research into gambling in the United States.

Marissa Muniz, Wood County Museum

Marissa from the Wood County Museum shared details on the coloring contest going on now plus some great gift ideas during this weeks visit.

Wood County Park District Board Meeting

During last night's Wood County Park District Board meeting $100,000 was approved in local park improvement grants. Clint got comments on the program from staff and Board members and you'll also hear an interview with Denny Parish who attended his last meeting after serving eight years as a Park Commissioner.

December 14, 2022

Drew Devore, Hanneman Family Funeral Homes & Crematory

For the 15th year in a row Hanneman Family Funeral Homes & Crematory at 1460 W. Wooster St. is once again spreading Christmas cheer with their Holiday lights display. Over 500,000 lights including various characters, deer, Santa's house and more plus this year, according to Drew Devore, if youngsters drop a letter off to Santa at his house they'll get a written reply back from St. Nick!

Cecilia Castellano, Bowling Gren State University

Cecilia Castellano, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Outcomes at Bowling Green State University, joined Clint in studio this week to recap last week's Preview Day on campus plus talk about possible new funding sources for potential new students. They also talked about her recent and upcoming overseas trips to reach out to potential new Falcons around the globe.

Wood County District Public Library Holiday Bake Off

Bowling Green’s biggest holiday cookie bake and taste, the Holiday Bake Off, was at the Wood County District Public Library on Monday. Music was provided by Vicki and Bethany Hoehner’s Piano Studio, and Mrs. Claus also made a guest appearance! Clint got some comments from several of the bakers and tasters that enjoyed this special evening.

December 14, 2022

Ty Eigner, BGSU Hockey Head Coach

BGSU Hockey hosts The Ohio State University Hockey at the Slater Family Ice Arena Friday night. Clint got comments from Coach Ty Eigner on this weeks show about putting last weekends series against Minnesota State behind them and preparing for the Buckeyes!

Dan Van Voorhis

The Wood County Fraternal Order of Police hosted its annual Cops and Kids Shopping Event Saturday morning at Meijer in Rossford. A 2nd event is scheduled for this coming Saturday at 9 at the Meijer in City of Bowling Green. Clint talked with the President of the Wood County FOP 109 Dan Van Voorhis, who called in this morning, recap this very special holiday tradition.

Jennifer McCary, Toledo Museum of Art

Clint had a visit with Jennifer McCary after Friday's Bowling Green State University Board of Trustees meeting. The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) has named Jennifer McCary as the institution’s inaugural Chief People and Culture Officer. In the new role, McCary will partner with the leadership team and board of directors to expand and operationalize existing diversity and inclusion strategies and promote a culture of performance and accountability. Her appointment begins Jan. 30, 2023. McCary comes to TMA from Bowling Green State University (BGSU), where she has served as the Chief Diversity and Belonging Officer since 2019. She also serves by mayoral appointment to the city’s Welcome BG Steering Committee, where she contributes to developing inclusive approaches to economic development, workforce participation, local school culture and more.

December 12, 2022

Dan Black, Michele Wolf, and Tracy Hovest, Bowling Green City Schools

Clint had a visit this morning with Bowling Green High School Principal Dan Black, Bobcat Athletics Director Michele Wolf and Tracy Hovest from the Bowling Green City Schools as they shared details about a great new partnership coming next year with BCSN Sports.

Ken Firsch and Michael Penrod, Wood County District Public Library

In case you missed our local newscasts last Tuesday morning, during Wood County District Public Library Michael Penrod's call in to this morning's show Clint started off their conversation by playing comments from the new President of the Board of Trustees Ken Frisch.

Jim Whitter, Wood County Park District

Clint had a visit with Jim Witter, Program Coordinator for the Wood County Park District. Jim also talked about other great programs coming up this month.

Bowling Green City Council Meeting

Ordinances accepting annexation of approximately 131 acres of land as well as a request to rezone that property to M-2 General industrial zoning were both unanimously approved Thursday night at a special session of Bowling Green City Council. Clint had interviews with Mayor Mike Aspacher and BG Economic Development Director Kati Thompson about the urgency to move forward on this initiative. The acreage, currently in Center Township at the southeast corner of Ohio 25 and Nims Road, sits behind two existing businesses. The 131 acres are owned by Maurer Family Farms, which requested annexation to the city. The property has frontage on Route 25 and stretches back past the CSX railroad tracks.

December 9, 2022

Derek van der Merwe and Pam Conlin, Bowling Green State University

What's the first few weeks on the job been like for the new Athletic Director at Bowling Green State University? Derek van der Merwe stopped by the studio for his first visit along with Pam Conlin, Vice President for University Advancement/President & CEO, BGSU Foundation, Inc. You'll hear lots of excitement with the upcoming Quick Lane Bowl game coming up against New Mexico State University the day after Christmas!

Home Depot Shoplifting

Two Michigan men were taken into custody Wednesday after an attempted theft from the Bowling Green Home Depot store was thwarted thanks in part to some good samaritans in the parking lot.

Superintendent Francis Scruci, Bowling Green City Schools

Clint had an interview with Bowling Green City Schools Superintendent Francis Scruci after yesterday's note about a bomb threat was discovered at the Bowling Green High School.

CHIP Program

Wood County Health Department Commissioner Ben Robison along with several of his partners joined in a round table discussion on this morning's show as the new Community Health Improvement Plan is rolled out. The CHIP program is a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems and make sustainable improvements in the health and well-being of all people in Wood County. Meetings to explain the plan and the many services it offers will be held in the following locations: • Wood County District Public Library, 251 N. Main St., Bowling Green – Dec. 12, from 6-7 p.m. • Pemberville Library, 375 E. Front St., Pemberville – Dec. 13, from 6-7 p.m. • Walbridge Library, 108 N. Main St., Walbridge – Dec. 14, from 6-7 p.m. • Way Library, 101 E. Indiana Ave., Perrysburg – Dec. 19, from 6-7 p.m. • North Baltimore High School Cafeteria/Auditorium, 2012 Tiger Drive, North Baltimore – Dec. 20, from 6-7 p.m.

Beth Krolak, Bowling Green City Schools

Upgrades to the PA systems are being installed at Kenwood Elementary and Conneaut Elementary School according to Beth Krolak, Director of Technology for Bowling Green City Schools. Beth visited the studio Tuesday morning to share details on plans to improve communications at all 5 BG School buildings that will also enhance security at the same time and how grants are paying most of the cost.

Mary DeWitt and Jen Whiting, Wood County Department of Job & Family Services

Wood County Department of Job and Family Services Mary Dewitt and Jen Whiting talked about a recruiting program they developed for children services workers. They talked about the challenges and rewards of working in this demanding field.

Tommy Vaculik, Ohio State Highway Patrol

In this month's edition of "Meet the Trooper" Ohio State Highway Patrol 18 year veteran Tommy Vaculik visited the studio to talk about his career plus explain this month's focus on OVI enforcement.

Wood County District Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting

At the last Wood County District Public Library Board of trustees meeting this week, Director Michael Penrod recapped what he called a "treasure chest of success" in 2022. Clint got comments from Deputy Director Michele Raine describing the new Sentinel-Tribune Digital Archives now available at the library online and comments from Brian Paskvan and Ken Frisch, the outgoing and incoming Presidents of the Board.

December 7, 2022

Shaun Crusa, The Sundae Station

Shaun's had a call in to the show this morning recapping this past season and promising he won't be closed for too long this winter!

Scot Loeffler, BGSU Football Head Coach

BGSU Football Head Coach Scot Loeffler held an "informal" press conference this morning to talk about the teams upcoming Bowl game vs New Mexico State University in the Quick Lane Bowl. Clint asked coach if All-American Karl Brooks would play, about the team inconsistency this season and if he had a message for the fans with tickets going on sale at noon today.

Courtney Rice, NAMI Wood County

The Holidays can be a difficult time for some in our community who have lost a loved one this year. Courtney Rice from NAMI joined Clint this morning with resources for families and individuals that may be struggling.

Stan Korducki, Wood County Hospital President

Ohio went from low levels of influenza to high levels within the past 3 weeks. It is recommended residents prepare for this wave of the virus in traditional fashion by washing hands, staying home when feeling sick and getting the flu vaccine. Clint had a visit with the President/CEO of the Wood County Hospital Stan Korducki this morning. Stan and Clint also talked about the Hospital's collaboration with the Wood County Health Department on the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems and make sustainable improvements in the health and well-being of all people in Wood County. It is based on the results of the Community Health Assessment that was conducted in 2021, a data-driven examination of the health of adults, youth and children who live in Wood County.

Zach and Chris Tracy, Juniper Brewing Company

Thanks to Zach and Chris Tracy of Juniper Brewing Company for your support of so many worthy causes throughout the year! Clint talked with them both Friday morning about the Tracy family's willingness to help so many folks in need.

Kelly Ann Mangan, Abby Cloud, and Katie Caron, ArtsX

It's ArtsX weekend at Bowling Green State University so we asked Kelly Ann Mangan, Abby Cloud and Artist Katie Caron to stop by the studio and give Clint the details on this family friendly, immersive, FREE event!

Jane and Dave Ridenour

Jane and Dave Ridenour spoke to the The Exchange Club of Bowling Green this week to talk about both Buckeye Boys and Girls State. Clint had a visit with Jane where we talked about the recent announcement that Buckeye Girls State is returning to Bowling Green State University next summer for the first time since 1997!

Kelly Wicks, Grounds For Though Holiday Boutique

The 2022 Grounds For Thought Holiday Boutique is Saturday December 3rd. Clint had a visit this morning with Kelly Wicks, owner and operator of Grounds For Thought. They talked about the history of this fun event plus what's new at the shop and how business is going for one of the long time institutions of Downtown Bowling Green SID.

Craig Everet, OSU Extension Office

Clint asked Craig Everett from the Ohio State Extension Office in Wood County for some advice on picking out a healthy live Christmas tree. Craig gave some great tips on selecting a tree, placing it in a stand and making sure it lasts through the holiday season.

Steve Arnold and Congressman Bob Latta

Wood County resident Steve Arnold was inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame this week so Clint asked him to join his conversation on Thursday with Congressman Bob Latta who joined in nominating Steve for the honor. Clint also discussed with with Rep. Latta about legislation passed by Congress this week to avoid a nationwide rail strike, his thoughts on border security and much more.

Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Board Meeting

Another challenging year financially for the BG City Pool in 2022 according to a report from Recreation Coordinator Ivan Kovacevic at last night's Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Board Meeting. Clint got comments on Ivan's report plus Director Kristin Otley's update on the Pickelball Advisory Committee's search for funds for new courts in 2023, an update on two very successful fundraising campaigns for the parks this fall, grant funding that been received for a new shade structure at Eli Joyce Field and a preview of December's City Park "Winter Spark" event.

November 30, 2022

Mason Roth, Bowling Green Bobcat Boys Basketball Head Coach

Another season got underway last night for the Bowling Green Bobcat Boys Basketball Team with a hard fought 48-43 loss to Wapakoneta. Head Coach Mason Roth called the show this morning to preview this season and talk about the next game Friday night at home against the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets.

Matt Milligan, Joe Szafarowicz, and Erin Bombrys, PT Link Physical Therapy

PT Link Physical Therapy's Matt Milligan, Joe Szafarowicz and Erin Bombrys stopped by the studio to talk about dealing with increased stress during the holiday season. Great tips, valuable information and some laughs too with one of the long time underwriters on the show.

Heath Diehl, Black Swamp Players

Dr. Heath Diehl, President of the award winning Black Swamp Players theater, called the show this morning to preview their latest production "Marjorie Prime" which opens this weekend.

Jane Graffin, Wood County Hospital

Jane Graffin, Clinical Nutrition Manager and Diabetes Education Program Coordinator at Wood County Hospital, called the show this morning with tips for holiday meals ranging from shopping for healthy ingredients, cooking a healthy meal and avoiding the overeating that can lead to long naps and unwelcome weight gain.

Steve Thompson, Wood County Park District Police Chief

City of Bowling Green and Wood County residents are seeing a significant increase in wild turkey sightings this year. So for the Thanksgiving eve show this morning, Clint reached out to Wood County Park District Police Chief Steve Thompson, who has over 20 years of experience working with Ohio Department of Natural Resources, to talk turkey with him and tell us all about these native birds.

Mayor Mike Aspacher

Mayor Mike Aspacher called the show this week for his regular monthly visit. Clint had the chance to talk not only about the Community Holiday parade but also about several ordinances and resolutions being discussed by City Council plus they took a look at the 2023 budget for the city.

Mary Hinkelman, Executive Director

Clint had a visit with Mary Hikenlman, Director of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, as they wrapped up this year's parade and talked about "shopping small" to support local businesses during the holidays plus the Giving Tuesday remote broadcast on November 29th from Biggby Coffee and lots more.