Keeler Show Notes for Wednesday, January 7th, 2015
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015
Today we will speak with Craig Muder from the Baseball Hall of Fame, Steve McEwan from the Boy Scouts about Camp Russell closing, and we discuss further Casullo/Marrone fallout.
- Multiple homicide in Utica, more Doug Marrone/Bob Casullo fallout, three Comets players have been named to the AHL All-Star roster, and it was a busy day yesterday in Washington.
- Wayne calls up to talk about the Cowboys vs. Lions game and the calls of the officials.
- We continues to discuss details over the Casullo/Marrone controversy and we speak with Ray Stagich from the Weather Channel.
Peter Franklin - The Gabby Cabby
- Peter delivers his weekly True Tales from New York City. Get more details at www.gabby.com.
- Headphones are an important part of radio for Bill and we explain why. Bill has another problem he's dealing with today.
Craig Muder - Hall Of Fame
- For the first time in 60 years the Hall of Fame will induct 4 players. To learn more about the class visit: http://wibx950.com/johnson-martinez-smoltz-biggio-elected-to-hall-of-fame/.
- The Girl Scouts revealed three new flavor of Girl Scout Cookies, a man who served the longest sentence while innocent shows forgiveness, and there was a terrible Santa slashing.
- The funniest story was the woman who tried to go down her ex-boyfriend's chimney.
Steve McEwan - Boy Scouts Of America
- Steve is in studio to talk about the closing of Camp Russell. It will be sold to help Camp Kinsley in Ava, NY.
Ron Moshier - Utica OD
- Ron is on to talk about the biggest game of the High School Basketball season this year. Waterville defeated New York Mills, but it came down to the wire.
Marisa Lankester - No Tech Day
- Marisa is a life empowerment coach who suggests we have one day a week where we unplug and stray away from use of electronic devices. We also discuss the change coming to cable television.