Tupper Lake’s First Annual Zombie Walk Hopes to Feed the Hungry

Don’t Feed the Zombies – Feed the Hungry For the next two weeks.. Tupper Lake’s Recreation Department is collecting food for the hungry.. and On Saturday, October 11th.. The streets of Tupper Lake will come, “undead” in their first ever Zombie Walk takes over Park Street.. Mike Fritts is Tupper Lake’s Youth Activities Coordinator.. he says the idea for the…

K&J – Plattsburgh Town Board Candidate Meg LeFevre

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On her webstie, http://www.megforplattsburgh.com Meg LeFevre says she’s been involved with the Town of Plattsburgh in various ways for most of her life, from peddling popcorn in the grandstands at the Clinton County Fair as a kid, to working for the Parks and Recreation Department as a teenager, to the beginning of her professional career five years ago as Deputy Town Clerk.…

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Lake Placid Library Names Pedu Provisional Director

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The Lake Placid Public Library Board of Trustees has named Bambi Pedu to be the institution’s new, provisional director. A native of Lake Placid, Mrs. Pedu says she has a fond attachment to the library beginning as a child.  “I  brought my daughter to story hour with Linda Blair here when she was little, and she is still in love with…

Kids Station Groundbreaking at Transportation Museum

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The old becomes new Thursday at the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum..  “Today we are breaking ground on a new building that is an old building that is being renovated through a grant from the Department of Transportation.”  Said Bruce Carlin, President of the Champlain Valley Transportation Museum Board. “It is going to be dedicated to kids and giving kids of…

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The K&J Show on WNBZ

K&J – Uihlein-IRONMAN Sports Fund Supporting Local Athletes

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Today on the K&J show, we’re at Heaven Hill Farm in Lake Placid.. As local sports organizations, community projects, and athletes from many different winter and summer sports become the latest recipients of funds contributed by the The Uihlein-Ironman Sports-Fund…    John Leakly is the Chairman of the Uihlein Foundation Board.. He tells us a story of the organization; K&J –…

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More Local and Regional News

K&J – Plattsburgh Mayor Jim Calnon on City Waterfront

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Today we’re going to talk about the City Docks, A BIG Grant (Literally).. The Boating Infrastructure Grant, and we’ll try to understand why some counselors on the City Council are having trouble getting comfortable with allowing anything to happen on the city’s waterfront.. Unless your from Mars, you know there’s a building down at the docks that needs to be…

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Friends of Dewey Lodge Need Volunteers This Weekend

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Friends of Dewey Mountain will be making their final push to finish staining the siding on the new Dewey Mountain ski lodge this weekend and they are looking for YOUR help!! l On the Dewey Mountain Facebook page, organizers say laborers will start the processes of installing the siding next week making it most important to have all materials stained…

The Last Art Walk for First Weekends in Plattsburgh

This summer has cultivated several new programs that are attempting to bring more culture, entertainment, family and community events into the North Country; the First Weekends in Plattsburgh organization has been one of the biggest proponents of this development. Throughout the summer community members have been encouraged to attend their guest bartending, Art Walks, concerts, and family fun events. First…

Jimmy Carter turns 90

Douglas Brinkley, CBS News consultant and presidential historian, takes a look back at the 39th president’s term Source: CBS News

Ebola in the U.S.: What you need to know now

The first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S. has left many Americans wondering about their own risk; here’s what you need to know about the virus and how it spreads Source: CBS News

K&J Archive

Sun Shines on the New Merkel Veterans Center

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It was more than fitting that the sun came out for the dedication of the new Dr David Merkel Veterans Center at St Joseph’s Rehabilitation Center in Saranac Lake on Wednesday. The new building will house 25 veterans in need of addiction treatment and recovery and will provide a comfortable setting with which to heal.…

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K&J – Tom Lawson & Jim LaValley talk Tupper Lake

Today on the K&J show we’re heading to the Village of Tupper Lake to speak with Jim LaValley who is the President of ARISE, and with Tom Lawson who is developing the Adirondack Club and Resort.. Just recently, A lawsuit filed by PROTECT and the Sierra Club along with a few seasonal landowners in the…

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Regional News from the Glens Falls Post Star

SEC charges 2 with insider trading of Herbalife

NEW YORK (AP) — The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged two men with insider trading after they learned that hedge fund manager Bill Ackman was betting against Herbalife Ltd.’s stock. Source: Glens Falls Post Star