Mynderse Academy junior Madison Hilimire is in-studio to co-host with the Web Dog and talk about the Mynderse Softball program, Derek Jeter’s farewell tour, and Ray Rice’s 2-game suspension.
Mark Robinette of Robinette Jewelers in downtown Seneca Falls was in-studio to talk about their 70th Anniversary, what’s going on in downtown Seneca Falls, and memories from the past 70 years with Harold Weber on Monday morning.
Anti-Casino advocates from Tyre, Jim and Desire Dawley join Harold Weber live in-studio to talk about the proposed casino in Tyre, Seneca County.
Geneva native and former Finger Lakes Times reporter Jim Eichenhofer who is currently working for the New Orleans Pelicans of the NBA calls-in studio to talk about his job, life in the NBA, and building a championship contender in New Orleans.
Newark Pilots general manager Brian Connell and head coach Mike Armstrong are in-studio to talk about their season so far among other topics including instant replay in baseball, the NBA Draft, and Web Dog has World Cup fever.
Seneca County Supervisors Cindy Lorzenzetti and Steve Churchill are in-studio to talk politics with Harold Weber on the first official Monday of summer. Topics include water, natural gas storage under Seneca Lake, Indian issues and the politics of Seneca County.