"Life is a journey that's measured not in or miles or years, but in in experiences" - Jimmy Buffet

 

We at O-N Radio would like to extend our sincerest congratulations and "see you later" to our friend Joe Callahan. If you haven't yet heard, Friday October 23rd will be Joe's last day with O-N Radio as a full-timer. 

 

Over the past eight years Joe has worked as the station's customer delivery specialist, selling advertising to local businesses, in addition to being an on-air moderator for Coffee An', hosting the Tiki Bar, and hosting our afternoon request oldies show. 

 

Joe is a long time friend to ON Radio and although he has to leave us for now, we are so excited for what is in store for him and thankful for all he has done for us. 

President Biden says he is sharing millions of coronavirus vaccine doses with other nations. Speaking at the White House, the President confirmed the plans and called it a global solution to a natural problem. He stressed that the U.S. will not use vaccines to secure favors from other nations.       The Biden administration is approving a 735-million-dollar weapons sale by Israel. The Washington Post reports Congress was notified earlier this month. The paper also says it comes amid ongoing violence in the region between Israel and the Palestinians.       A Nigerian man is in police custody for allegedly filing 102 fraudulent jobless claims in Washington State. Abidemi Rufai is accused of wire fraud for allegedly applying for 350-thousand dollars in benefits from Washington's Employment Security Department. He was apprehended at Kennedy International Airport in New York on Friday just before boarding a flight to Amsterdam.       A man is dead after slashing his own throat in a federal courtroom after a jury verdict. North Dakota U.S. Marshal Dallas Carlson says the man was facing terrorizing-related charges in the Fargo court today. After a partial guilty verdict was returned, he pulled out a sharp instrument, possibly made of edged-plastic, and cut his throat.       Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes will soon be able to talk you to sleep. The power couple is teaming up with Calm for the app's "Breathe Into It" sessions. There will be 13 sessions featuring Cabello, as she says "meditation and mindfulness" have helped her "navigate life and prioritize healing."