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K&J Show – Growing up Guggenheim

The Trudeau Institute played host to one of Historic Saranac Lake’s Lecture Series on Tuesday Evening.. Peter Lawson-Johnston, a fifth-generation member of the Guggenheim family, discussed his memoir, “Growing Up Guggenheim: A Personal History of a Family Enterprise,” on Wednesday, September 12, in the John Black Room of the Saranac Laboratory Museum. AUDIO – 091312…

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29 Days Left to Register to Vote

Antidote to Alleged Voter Suppression: Still Time to Register in NY NEW YORK – New Yorkers may love to talk politics, but they have a poor track record when it comes to actually casting a ballot. In the 2010 mid-term elections, New York ranked 50th out of the 50 states for turning out voters on…

The Supreme Court and Generic Drugs

What You Might Not Know About Generic Drugs NEW YORK – Across the country, dozens of lawsuits against manufacturers of generic drugs have been dismissed because of a decision by the Supreme Court a year ago that makes it all but impossible to sue the firms for failing to provide adequate warning of a drug’s…

K&J Show – Active Motif Coming to Saranac Lake

The end of Labor Day marks the approach of another Biotech Company’s arrival in SaranacLake.. On November 1st, 2012, Active Motif will begin operations in their newly designed facility complete with it’s own hydroelectric turbine pump and a biotech neighbor, Myriad RBM, across the river in the old Village Offices. Active Motif is moving into…

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AARCH FOCUSES ON MAIN STREET

This workshop is free and is being sponsored by Adirondack Architectural Heritage and the Preservation League of New York. Speakers will cover a range of topics including: the National Register of Historic Places, code requirements in historic buildings, and how to use tax credits in a restoration project. Many North Country communities are struggling, as…

Snowslip presents Equine workshop

Internationally-known equine behaviorist and trainer to present program in Lake Placid, NY Snowslip Farm to host “Understanding Horse Mind and Body” with Kathryn Kincannon-Irwin They say mastery requires 10 years or 10,000 hours of practice. With passion and intense focus, Kathryn Kincannon- Irwin has devoted the last ten years of her life to perfecting the…

Tasting the Adirondacks – This weekend at the Union Depot

  Chefs & Farmers: Taste the Adirondacks Chefs & Farmers: Taste the Adirondacks is an event sponsored by Adirondack Green Circle. The event celebrates the pairing of talented local chefs and the harvest of local farms.This year’s Chef & Farmers Event is scheduled for September 8th from 5-8 at the Union Depot in Saranac Lake,…

A Meeting of the Minds – Two School Boards Talk about Collaboration

Is this really the right time? That’s the question from Deb Lennon, President of theSaranacLakeCentralSchoolBoard.. She’s sitting to the Right of Mary Deitrich, who recently became President of the Lake Placid School Board. The two are flanked by Clyde Baker to Mary’s left and Janet Smith to the Right of Deb Lennon.. AUDIO – 090612…

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DNC Highlights Women in Politics

Women’s Issues and Health Care are Front and Center at Democratic Convention CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Women’s issues are in the forefront of the Democratic National Convention. On Tuesday, Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Shultz, D-Fla., chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, told the crowd of women delegates from New York and around the nation to be proud of…

“All Farm Products” Index Up 2 points in August

Prices received by New York producers for milk sold during August were up from a month earlier, That’s according to King Whetstone, Director of USDA’s New York Field Office. The price of corn and hay as expected showed an increased during the month of August. Many previous month prices were revised due to more complete…

K&J Show – Tom Catillaz Candidate for Town of Harrietstown Supervisor

AUDIO – 090512 – K&J SHOW – Harrietstown Supervisor Candidate Tom Catillaz   There are two candidates running for the open Supervisor position in the Town of Harrietstown – Tom Catillaz and Bob Bevelacqua. Today we speak with Tom Catillaz on the K&J Show..

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Integrating Library Technology into Lake Placid’s Schools

There are more wires on the floor to the back of the administrative board room at the Lake Placid Middle / High School – In fact one of those roll around carts is sitting in the middle of the aisle during Tuesday’s Lake Placid School Board Meeting… The roll around cart  is designed to help…

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Saranac Lake Youth Center brings a circus to Riverside Park

On Monday, an event is held inSaranacLake’sRiversidePark– It’s a fundraiser, an awareness builder, for youth at the Saranac Lake Youth Center.. We arrived mid afternoon and spoke first with the President of the Youth Center Board Doug Zobel. The Board consists of volunteers in the community interested in helping to support the Youth Center. Diane Roberts…

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Village Trustee asking Town Board to put Farmers Market in Town Hall

Saranac Lake Village Trustee Tom Catillaz is one of two candidates running for the recently vacated Town ofHarrietstown Supervisor’s position. He’s announced he will be asking the Town ofHarrietstown Boardto allow the Saturday Farmers Market into the Town Hall during the winter months.  Catillaz says “The Farmers’ Market is a big attraction and traffic generator…

K&J Show – The Adirondack Canoe Classic – 30 years of 90 milers

ADIRONDACK CANOE CLASSIC CELEBRATES 30TH YEAR TODAY on the K&J SHOW  Join us as we speak with Brian McDonnell from the Adirondack Watershed Alliance! AUDIO – 090412 – K&J SHOW – Brian McDonnell – 90 Miler  The Adirondack Canoe Classic, better know as “The 90 Miler,” starts in Old Forge next weekend… In fact the…

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Senator Schumer inspects Adirondack Regional Airport

Senator Schumer inspects theAdirondackRegionalAirporton his visit to the region last week..  The Senator was inSaranacLaketouring the newWoundCareCenterat theAdirondackMedicalCenterpushing legislation to extend a Medicare payment program critical to rural hospitals. During his visit, Schumer’s plane lands at the Airport in Lake Clear and he spent time with project inspector, Peter Rase of Passero Associates and Airport…

New York’s Big Business is in Small Family Farms

A New Report Says New York State continues to be a leading agricultural state with 36,300 farms producing $4.7 billion in products annually. The Report – released by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli putsNew Yorkamong the largest producers in the nation for some goods, including ranking second in wine production. DiNapoli says “Farming inNew…

New Database Hopes to End Prescription Abuse and Insurance Fraud

A newly authorized patient tracking database will stop the epidemic of prescription abuse and the practice of Doctor Shopping for prescription drugs…  The New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud says oxycodone prescriptions rose by 82 percent from 2007 to 2010 inNew YorkStateAlone.. Jack Houston is Chairman of the Alliance – He Says “Prescription abuse brings…

Climate Change Makes its Presence Known this Summer

Report: Summer’s Signs of Things to Come – With the long weekend marking summer’s unofficial end, New York’s weather this summer is telling us a lot about climate change and where we’re headed, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). Federation senior scientist Doug Inkley says heat waves we’ve been experiencing, such as…

K&J – Esther Arlan talks about Education in New York State

The New York Education Reform Commission holds a public hearing here in Lake Placid and they’re plans are to hold a dozen of this type of meeting designed to gather information and comment from local educators and stakeholders on the system of education in New York. The 20 member Commission was recently appointed by Governor…

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