Keeler Show Notes for Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
6 AM Hour
Keeler and Monaski are still buzzing over Syracuse's buzzer-beating win over Duke last night.
Fox News Radio's Jon Decker has an update on the Trump Administration's plan to reissue a travel ban. That release has been delayed a week.
Crazy story of a nurse who was fired and arrested for giving a 100-year-old man an unwanted lap dance and peep show in a nursing home - story here.
7 AM Hour
Checking in with USA Luger Erin Hamlin who is competing in Germany...and looking forward to coming home!
Utica native James Brown says it's awfully tough to do business in Utica even when you have a plan to create 400 good paying jobs. His beef actually isn't with the city, rather it's New York State.
Here's the technology he says could be coming to New York
Utica School Superintendent Bruce Karam says the district is facing another million dollar deficit and says the state is again failing local students.
8 AM Hour
Rashawn Sullivan is a Syracuse area man who committed a murder some two decades ago. After serving his sentence he's now a free man and is focusing on saving the lives of others. He also has a book out called 'I Apologize'
Naegele stops by with his Craft Beer of the Week. He's got something new, and limited, from Saranac.
And, Beth Irons stops by from the Oneida County Public Market. The market is open at the train station in Utica this Saturday from 9a to 1p. Beth also brought us some delicious carrot cookies!