We’re speaking with participants in the Annual 4th of July Parade on Main Street in Lake Placid. From Masons to Synchronized Skaters, Firefighters and legislators, past and present – join us in the K&J show for the conversation. K&J – 070513 – Lake Placid Independence Day Parade
Athletes are converging on Mirror Lake this weekend – USA Canoe/Kayak sponsors the International Canoe Regatta – a qualifier for World championship competition later in the summer.
We’re speaking with the Executive Director of The Adirondack Health Foundation, Hanna Hanford. The upcoming gala honors New York State Senator Betty Little for her contributions to the region.
One would think that in the world of skiing and snowboarding there would only be one season but here in Lake Placid, it’s not just about winter. In fact, much of the development in Aerial Ski Jumping happens in the summer at the Olympic Ski Jumping Complex.
Today we’re talking with Dmitry Feld and Gordy Sheer at the USA Luge headquarters about the 8th annual I Love Bar B Que and Music Festical (ILBBQF) and it’s impact on the region.. Proceeds will benefit the Shipment Youth Center.
The 44th Anniversary of the Lake Placid Horse Shows presented by Sea Shore Stables is underway. We spoke with Communications Director Marty Bowman on Tuesday afternoon about the event.
Region 7 Transportation Officials are on track for a two tiered repair project on Lake Flower Avenue. Saranac Lake Mayor Clyde Rabideau lays out the options.
59 Tupper Lake Middle/High School seniors graduate in a classic ceremony on Saturday. We speak with many students and administrators about their experience.
Jennie Iverson is the author of the Ski Town Soups cookbook, featuring signature soups from world- class ski resorts. She joins us on the K&J Show to talk about the Chefs, the Soups and Chili. The Cottage in Lake Placid is featured in the book and Jennie will be there from 3 to 5pm (June 20th)
The Lake Placid Horse Show is June 25th through the 30th and the I Love New York Horse Show runs July 2nd through the 7th. We spent some time with Lori Martin.. She’s the executive director of the Lake Placid Horse show Association.
Saturday, June 15th marked the 4th annual Petapalooza pet adoption event at Curtis Lumber in Ray Brook. We spoke with Tri Lakes Humane Society Manager Lena Bombard about their animals and adoptions.
The Airport Café has been undergoing major re-construction and will re-open on June 25th, just in time for this year’s Lake Placid and I Love New York Horse Shows… The café will be managed by Melissa and Tracy Eulick. Adirondack Regional Airport Manager Corey Hurwich says they’ve completed all of the work on the new…
The NY Commissioner on Economic Development explains Governor Cuomo’s Tax Free NY initiative at NCCC. We’ll speak with Ken and members of the Audience about the impact this could have on the North Country.
The Crown Plaza’s Olympic Room is home to the Academic Excellence Awards Banquet, honoring high school seniors in the top 10% of their class. The brightest and the best of 9 school districts speak with us in the K&J show plus we’ll hear from Congressman Bill Owens, the event’s keynote speaker.
Today we’re speaking with Lake Placid Mayor Craig Randall about the proposed budget. The Public Hearing is set for June 10th at 5:30pm.
Pat Brown is a past President of The Women’s College Scholarship Club and is organizing this year’s raffle. We talk about the raffle, scholarships, history of the club and other fundraising efforts.
We speak with Lake Placid’s Mayor Craig Randall about Adirondack Health’s decision to “Factor in additional study, community input and give the process more thought”
We’ll speak with Kiwanian Tim Holmes about an upcoming bike rodeo and Martha Lampart about her husband’s 12,000 mile bike ride around the perimeter of the United States. The Bike Rodeo is Saturday, June 1st, 2013 from 10am to 1pm at the Saranac Lake Civic Center.
A Joint Letter from the North Elba and Lake Placid Boards asks the Adirondack Health Board of Directors to slow down, and to put more time and consideration into the decision making process.
Two weekend events – Herb Clark Honored with a Plaque on the Saranac Lake Walk of Fame and Adirondack 46ers honor Clark for becoming the first registered 46er with a new stone at his gravesite in Saranac Lake.