Here’s a wrap-up of Friday’s Keeler in the Morning show on WIBX. Congressman Richard Hanna took calls and answered questions about the government shutdown. He also announced he won't take pay until the shutdown is over. His salary will be donated to charity. A big morning on the way for Utica politics. Frank Vescera, Joe Marino and his opponent, Larry Cohen, plus the voice of Siri from the Apple iPhone.
Congressman Richard Hanna Won't Take Pay Until Shutdown Ends
This was an extended interview and the Congressman too phone calls. It was an in-depth hour of radio with Hanna and callers.
Councilman Frank Vescera
Frank won the primary and has no opponent for the the general election. He piped in on our Monster Mash parody song, the race for Comptroller and much more.
Sgt. Steve Hauck on FBI Training
Sgt. Hauck talked about training with the FBI.
Observer Dispatch Sports Writer Ron Moshier on High School Football
Ron picked the games of the week. See Ron's sports coverage in the Observer Dispatch and at Utica OD.com. The conversation begins with the first year of the consolidated Central Valley Central Schools impact on Class B football:
The Common Council Debate
Another in our series of political debates on WIBX. This time, 4th Ward Councilman Joe Marino and his opponent Larry Cohen.