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The K&J Show – airs at 8:10am during The Morning News and again at 3:08pm during the “Three O-Clock News” on WNBZ.
A public hearing is scheduled for 5:30pm Tuesday, May 28th in the Saranac Lake village offices. Community Development Director Jeremy Evans will present the final draft of the proposed comprehensive plan to the community, and then to the village board for their approval.
Saranac Lake’s school board is outsourcing pre-school education which leads us to ask how much will parents be able to save with children already at local agencies who offer the Universal Pre-K programs. The program is free for participants of the two and a half hours and yet calculating the savings appears more complicated than one might expect.
High Peaks Ford and Egglefield Ford are donating $20 per test drive on Tuesday (May 22nd) to the Adirondack Health Foundation. The event will run outside the main hospital entrance from 10am until 8pm.
We’ll speak with Lake Placid School Board Candidate John Hopkinson about his feelings on standardized testing, BOCES, technology and more…
National Volunteer Week in Lake Placid concludes on Saturday at 3pm with a tree planting and a 4pm reception at the LPCA. We Speak with ROOST Director James McKenna about Volunteerism, Iron Man, The Adirondack Challenge, and Lake Placid’s relationship with Governor Cuomo.
Our Series of interviews with Lake Placid School Board Candidates begins with Rick Preston.
Bob Brown moderates a panel including Joe Hacket, Jack Fogarty and Billy Allen discussing traditions, hunting camps and the changing times.
We’re speaking with Amy about The Historic Saranac Lake WIKI, whose talking about our history, The Saranac Laboratory on Church Street, The “History Matters” lecture series and much more.
The “Bottom line” $17,265,000.. Administrators discuss property taxes of $14,201,000, and an estimated tax levy $6.78 per thousand.
The Northern Lights Choir Premiers an original Oratorio – “Voices of Timbuctoo” Friday May 10th at St Bernards. We speak with Helen about the Choir and their Premier.
Our conversation originally occurred just before the 2012 Forever Wired Conference. Our Focus; Broadband in the North Country.
Warrior Run registration began Wednesday in Tupper Lake as part of Tupperpalooza in August. We’re speaking today with Event’s Coordinator Michelle Clement.
Tupper Lake’s Mayor Paul Maroun speaks with us about “Adirondack Days” in Albany, Tupper Lake’s Budget and the May 7th Emergency Services Building Referendum.
Route 73 lane restrictions begin Wednesday. A full closure May 12th & 13th plus Old Military Road and Spring cleaning in Lake Placid.
Spring is here and DAFFEST officially welcomes the blooms of the season in Saranac Lake.
A look at DAFFEST 2013.. We speak with Cherrie Sayles and Bob Bevilacqua about all of the activities..
May is Skateboard Park Month in the Village of Saranac Lake – We speak with Peggy Wiltberger about the committee’s efforts and their plans for May.
Flight delays pile up across the country as thousands of air traffic controllers begin taking unpaid days off due to federal budget cuts. Today local insight from Adirondack Regional Airport Manager Corey Hurwich.
Today (Monday 04/22) is Earth Day – Which gives us the opportunity to look back at a conference held in 2012 on Climate Change. Author Jerry Jenkins is the lead speaker at that conference.
The Saranac Lake Parent Faculty Alliance screens a documentary “Race to Nowhere” at Petrova. We hear parents and teachers opinions on the state’s focus on standardized testing.
A 3.81% increase in Saranac Lake’s General Fund allocation. Overall $11.555 per $1,000 of assessed value for all residents. We talk risk and reward in many aspects of today’s K&J show.
Peter Benson takes us on a tour of the Saranac Lake Free Library in honor of National Library Week.
Library Director Peter Bendon says they host about 200 people daily. On Wednesday’s K&J show, we’ll tour the library. Listen to this preview of that tour.
Adirondack Health President Chandler Ralph and Medical Director Dr John Broderick speak with us about a vision for Emergency Health Care in Lake Placid.
We’re speaking with Saranac Lake Central School Superintendent Gerald Goldman and Assistant Superintendent and Business Manager Dan Bower about the 2013-2014 School Budget.
Part Two: The death of 16 year old Paul Schlitt in a 1995 apartment fire. A Smoke Detector could have saved a life. Plus North Elba Councilman Jack Favro remembers the Lake Placid Club fires.
In Part one of a focus on fire codes, we speak mostly with Saranac Lake Code Enforcement Officer Tom Worthington about Fire and Safety Codes in New York State.
Join us for in depth coverage of the inauguration of Dr Steven J Tyrell as the sixth President of North Country Community College.
Executive Director Tim Kremer speaks with us abhout the New York State School Board Association.
New York Senator Betty Little spends some time on the K&J show discussing the newly enacted State Budget.