In 2012 we spent some time on the air with Wayne Davison discussing solar energy in the Adirondacks and this week as our focus on energy continues, we listened in on that conversation during the K&J show on Friday..
The Alzheimer’s Disease Assistance Center Based at Plattsburgh State University is now in it’s 25th year. We speak with Licensed Mental Health Counselor Kenna Lapport about the disease and their new “Third Age Care Center” moving from the Adult Center to The Lake Colby School.
K&J – 073113 – Michelle Clement on Tupperpalooza “TUPPERPALOOZA” is set to begin this weekend with the Warrior Run at Big Tupper, which is where we caught up with Events Coordinator Michelle Clement and spent some time talking about the obstacles entrants will face and the rest of the activities throughout Tupper Lake over the…
Andy Potts is once again IRONMAN Champion in Lake Placid, He finished in 8 hours, 43 minutes and 29 seconds.. followed 5 minutes later by Italy’s Dan Fontanna in Second and then by USA’s Ian Mikelson who finished in 8:51:07.. It’s the 15th IRONMAN Lake Placid and there’s one man whose been at the finish…
On Thursday evening, (7/25/13) IRONMAN volunteer captains gathered at the annual Captain’s Dinner in the Armstrong Room at High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid. We caught up with many of them and asked about their units.. and we hear some great stories about past IRONMAN events. We’ll also speak with Race Director Greg Borzileri and…
Claud Cormier, President of HydroSource Associates of New Hampshire met with Trustees in Tupper Lake to discuss possible locations for a new source of water for residents of Tupper Lake. K&J – 072413 – Tupper Lake Ground Water Search
We’re talking today about the The Lake Placid Business Association and the Lake Placid IRONMAN Experience Committee’s work leading up to IRONMAN Lake Placid K&J – 072313 – Lake Placid Business Association – IRONMAN experience Committee
Adirondack Health President and CEO Chandler Ralph reviewed the strengths and weaknesses of Obama Care and it’s impact on local and rural hospitals at a recent Lake Placid Institute Roundtable. K&J – 072213 – Chandler Ralph at LP Institute Roundtable
K&J – 071913 – Goff Nelson Library – 41st Annual Art Show The 41st Annual Tupper Lake Art Show kicks off at the Goff Nelson Library with an opening reception on Thursday (7/18/13)
K&J – 071813 – Spencer Boatworks Grand Re-Opening We spent some time with Owner Jay Annis at the new Spencer Boatworks Facility. The Ribbon Cutting for their Grand Re-Opening was Wednesday 7/17/13 at 3pm.
Heritage Day is Saturday at the Historic Museum (Train Station) in Lake Placid. We speak with Curator Jenn Tufano and take a tour of the museum.. K&J – 071113 – Lake Placid North Elba Historical Society
Invasive species come in all forms to the Adirondack Park, whether intentional or unintentional. Join us for a conversation with Hillary Smith from the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program. K&J – 071013 – Adirondack Park Invasive Awareness Week – Hillary Smith
The Women’s Civic Chamber is sponsoring a Village Wide Garage Sale in Saranac Lake on Saturday, July 13th beginning at 7am from Riverside Park. We’re speaking with Kelly Burth about the planning, the fundraising and the day itself. K&J – 070913 – Saranac Lake Village Wide Garage Sale – Kelly Burth
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.