Monday, June 6th, 2016

 

6 AM Hour

We begin the morning battling an army of ants - in our studio.

We talk about the passing of Muhammad Ali and the political news over the weekend.

We talk about garage sales.  Monaski did well at his garage sale this past weekend.  Don't have the patience to do it yourself?  The World's Largest Yard Sale takes place next weekend.

Are Donald Trump's latest comments about the impartiality of Muslim and Mexican judges out of line?

Chris Sunderlin is on talking about tonight's Boilermaker Road Race-related Varick Street event.  Money raised will go to the Midtown Utica Community Center.

Another weird news story from Florida...and more ants in our studio.

7 AM Hour

Paula wins tickets to see Chubby Checker at the Turning Stone.

We talk about Chubby Checker.

Workplace expert Michael Ray Newman says a majority of the American workforce is disengaged.

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Happy birthday to:

  • Regina Baker from Frankfort
  • Treasa Crasto from Utica
  • John Lupinske from New York Mills
  • Vicky Maher from Boonville

Political discourse in Washington may be out of control.  Over the weekend Congressman Richard Hanna was featured in the United Kingsom's "The Daily Mail" talking about being fed up with DC.

Sue from Utica calls in to talk about the lack of Zika funding.

We continue to try to address the ant challengein our studio.

8 AM Hour

We reminisce about the life of Muhammad Ali with Ed Brophy from the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

Cindy Chan Phillips from the New York Beef COuncil joins us to talk about the American Heart Association's Workplace solutions event on June 15, 2016.

Francis from New Hartford tries to win today's Free Money Question of the Day.  He wins a gift certificate from Carmela's Cafe in New Hartford.

Cindy Chan Phillips says that Boilermaker Road Race Executive Director Tim Reed will be the keynote speaker at the American Heart Association's 2016 Workplace Health Solutions Mini-Conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy your day!