Keeler in the Morning Show Notes for Thursday, Nov. 21
Here’s a wrap-up of today’s Keeler in the Morning Show on WIBX for Thursday, November, 21st.
Mass fb team- A racial term written on a young player’s house…the Principal cancelled the football season
Rodriguez- Alex says he did nothing wrong
Cat story son of Whitestown judge- More expected on the case soon. Are the two cases related?
Bat kid money- If you recall the story from San Fran on the ‘Make a Wish’ Batboy event, you might be surprised to find that the city wants to be reimbursed.
Byron Ackerman- Notre Dame High School Football coach, rumored to be out at ND.
Gabby Cabby Peter Franklin
Peter Franklin’s True Tales.
Peter discussed his True Tales including pastrami thievery and a stolen breast implant job using a false name and a fraudulent credit card.
Tim Reed in on the Boilermaker
Entry date for the 2014 Boilermaker has been moved to March, there’s a new logo and the documentary, “Boilermaker – Utica’s Super Sunday” is for sale at their website.
Sheriff Rob Maciol and County Legislator Harmony Speciale on the Bully Law
Is this a law that is enforceable?
Harmony Speciale on the new Anti-Bullying County Law
OC Legislator Harmony Speciale attempted to explain the new law. It was rough.
Today is the Great American Smokeout
Jeff Monaski is participating. Thanks to Eileen Gleason, Peter Cittadino and Sue Casanova for coming on today.