Seneca Falls Country Club General Manager Dennis Leahy is in-studio to talk about his new position, plans for the upcoming season at SFCC, and to assure local golfers that spring is coming. Also, recapping the Lyons Lions run to Glens Falls and the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
The reigning Mrs. New York State, Jessica Lahr of Geneva, is in-studio with Harold Weber. Jessica talks about how she became involved in pageants, her support of the Ronald McDonald House, and a popular 5k race she and her husband have organized in Geneva. Also, kudos to the Mynderse Lady Blue Devils and Lyons Lions varsity basketball teams on their run to states.
Lisa Hochadel and Rick Coe are in-studio to talk about the Pathway Home of the Finger Lakes in Seneca Falls and the hospice care services they provide.
Harold Weber and Jim Sinicropi give you a rundown of all the Sectional basketball action this week involving Wayne-Finger Lakes teams and discuss other topics including court storming, Syracuse basketball, and the Buffalo Bills quarterback search.
The Town of Seneca Falls Assessor Don Collins is in-studio to talk about the revaluation process of the 4,000 parcels in Seneca Falls that is underway along with other issues surrounding the assessment values of homes. Town Councilman Emil Bove is back in studio as well to talk about snow removal, the Seneca Falls historian position, Lago Casino and more.
Finger Lakes Times reporter Mike Hibbard is in-studio to talk about his coverage of some of the biggest trials in our area including the Karlson murder trial in Romulus, the Rose Chase murder trial in Yates County, the upcoming Bardo trial in Waterloo, and the Sodus double-murder trial and conviction of Dante Taylor.