WNDH PROGRAM CHANGES

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As construction crews work on North Perry Street, 103.1 WNDH is also under construction.

There are many changes on the air as some of your favorite programs have moved or been discontinued.  However our commitment to Henry County news, sports, weather and information hasn’t changed. We will continue to deliver this information on the air and in new and different ways, including digital, social media and on the iHeartRadio app. 103.1 WNDH will continue to be the voice of the community.

Adam Gubernath has returned to 103.1 every morning. He replaces Bob McLimans who retired on September 8, 2017 after an incredible 44 years. Each weekday morning 5-10a Adam and Dave Kleck start your day. Each hour you’ll hear news, sports, weather, traffic and hopefully Adam and Dave put a smile on your face. Here is a rundown of programming changes and a guide to when your favorite programs will air on 103.1 WNDH

Agriculture News Ohio AG net Morning Report 5:45aOhio AG net Morning Update 8:15aOhio AG net Noon Report 12:15pOhio AG net Afternoon Report 3:20pMaumee Valley Ag Report with Dusty Sonnenberg 6:45p

Trivia 7:15amOhio State BuckeyesThe Buckeye Roundtable will air Monday night 10pm-11pm.

Buckeye SportsmanWill be heard on NewsTalk 1280 WONW Saturday mornings at 7am on 9/23/17

Plant TalkPlant Talk is moving to NewsTalk 1280 WONW Saturday mornings at 8am on 9/23

Religious Programming - New Schedule as of 9/17/177:00a Message of Hope7:45a Florida United Methodist Church8:00a Adventures in Odyssey8:30a Peace Evangelical9:00a The Lutheran Hour 

 

Other changes4H News and Notes will now be heard Saturday at 7:02aThis week at Filling will be heard Saturday at 8:02a, & 7:30a Sunday

The School Report moves to Fridays at 12:15pm, and Sunday 7:40am

A noon sports update has been added following news

The Birthday Club, The Stork Report, Obituaries, Town Hall Ohio and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir program have been discontinued.

 

 

Keith Kennedy 

Area Sr. VP of Programming North Ohio Region

iHeartMedia

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