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News and Interviews from the Massillon Independent, Massillon Ohio.

News and Interviews from the Massillon Independent, Massillon Ohio.

Location:

United States

Description:

News and Interviews from the Massillon Independent, Massillon Ohio.

Language:

English


Episodes

Fire Chief Tom Burgasser discusses medical transportation

1/5/2020
The Massillon Fire Department celebrated its 10th anniversary of transporting patients at the beginning of the year. In a decade, the Fire Department generated more than $7.3 million in revenue and saved residents nearly $2.8 million in EMS fees.

Duration:00:02:02

Canton CannaBuzz: CBD update

9/6/2019
Kelsey O'Connor of OMNI Orthopaedics answers common questions about the ubiquitous CBD products that have grown in popularity since federal and state laws changed.

Duration:00:15:22

Open enrollment benefits school district, students

8/7/2019
Nathan Stutz, the assistant superintendent at Perry Local Schools, talks about the benefits of allowing open enrollment into the district and why some parents choose to open enroll their children into another district outside of where they live.

Duration:00:01:42

Six teens pulled from storm drain in Massillon

6/11/2019
A teen called 911 after he and five friends were swept off their feet by swift-moving water in Sippo Creek Monday afternoon.

Duration:00:03:04

Author Podcast: Heather Morris talks writing, history

5/19/2019
Author Heather Morris talks about how she got into writing, her debut novel "The Tattooist of Auschwitz" and the man behind the story, Lale Sokolov

Duration:00:45:24

Canton CannaBuzz: Updates for May 2019

5/14/2019
The first processed product, potential additions to the state's qualifying list of medical conditions and an effort to allow cannabis-related businesses to use federal banking are in the news

Duration:00:01:46

Author Ron Rash talks about "Burning Bright"

4/25/2019
Author Ron Rash answers questions about his collection of short stories called "Burning Bright," which is this year's Big Read. Music was titled "Inspiring Acoustic Guitar and Choir" provided by AShamaluevMusic and can be downloaded at https://soundcloud.com/ashamaluevmusic/inspiring-acustic-guitar-and-choir.

Duration:00:21:11

Sen. Kirk Schuring talks hemp in Ohio

3/26/2019
State senators have introduced a bill to establish and regulate hemp in Ohio. Sen. Kirck Schuring, who is a co-sponsor of the bill, says he's optimistic about its future.

Duration:00:10:39

Massillon native runs for Chicago mayor

2/27/2019
Lori Lightfoot discusses the impact her hometown had on her campaign for mayor. She is one of two candidates advancing to a runoff election April 2.

Duration:00:05:10

Canton CannaBuzz: Q&A

2/22/2019
You asked; Canton CannaBuzz answered! If you want to know when processed cannabis products will be available, why a Canton dispensary was among the first to open and how many people are taking part in the state medical program — listen to this episode hosted by reporter Kelly Byer.

Duration:00:09:17

Addressing the nursing shortage

2/21/2019
Charity Davis, manager of human resources at Mercy Medical Center, discusses how the hospital has been affected by the shortage and what the hospital is doing to close the gap.

Duration:00:02:34

Canton CannaBuzz: Know the law

2/7/2019
Stark County Sheriff George Maier and criminal defense attorney Ian Friedman talk about how medical cannabis might present challenges for law enforcement and patients.

Duration:00:16:42

Teen saved in high-water rescue

1/25/2019
Kelsey and Henry Jones called 911 after they noticed someone signaling for help on top of a buggy in high water along Alabama Avenue SW. The teen was rescued by Brewster firefighters. The horse pulling the buggy died.

Duration:00:01:25

Canton CannaBuzz: Who's ready?

1/11/2019
In anticipation of Ohio's first sale of medical cannabis, the Akron Beacon Journal and The Canton Repository have examined what options are available for local patients. Akron reporter Doug Livingston discusses his findings.

Duration:00:07:30

Massillon senior Tre'Von Morgan

10/25/2018
Massillon senior football player Tre'Von Morgan talks about his growth, both as a football player and a person, as well as the role his mom Ebony played in that growth.

Duration:00:02:31

Passerby reports woman covered in blood walking in road

9/5/2018
A passerby called 9-1-1 when she saw a woman walking along Richville Drive SE. The woman was screaming for help and had on a bloody shirt.

Duration:00:02:05

Resident injured, dog killed in loose dog attack

8/10/2018
A bystander on a bicycle saw Jim Walker and his dog being attacked by a loose dog. He and a friend were able to get the dog away from Walker and call 9-1-1.

Duration:00:01:25

Jackson football coach Tim Budd

7/31/2018
Jackson football coach Tim Budd talks about his team's offensive and defensive line prior to the second day of preseason practice.

Duration:00:04:46

Interim Dalton football coach Kaleb Reed

7/9/2018
Interim Dalton head football coach Kaleb Reed talks about the transition going on in the program after the sudden resignation of Broc Dial in June.

Duration:00:08:36

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee

7/7/2018
Three-time Olympic gold medalist and world-record holder Jackie Joyner-Kersee spoke with Independent sports editor Chris Easterling about her hometown of East St. Louis, Ill., where she has started a foundation and community center.

Duration:00:15:23