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7:43am

Mon June 30, 2008

Regional Weather Forecast for June 30th, 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Ken McKinley.

5:11am

Mon June 30, 2008
Newscast

June 30th, 2008 Regional PM Newscast

Oswego, NY – WRVO's regional newscast for the evening of Monday, June 30th 2008.

2:39am

Mon June 30, 2008
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New York Property Tax Coalition

Oswego, NY – New York's business community and taxpayer organizations are teaming together to pressure state lawmakers to enact a property tax cap.
The Business Council of New York State is behind the push. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the Business Council spokesman Michael Moran about the New York Property Tax Cap Coalition.

12:47am

Mon June 30, 2008
Features

Audio Tour of a Thriving Drive-In

Oswego, NY – The Drive-in movie theatre is not only surviving the information age of iPods and video phones, but it is thriving in some cases. WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher takes us to one such theatre just north of Fulton, in Oswego County.

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9:12am

Fri June 27, 2008
Newscast

Regional Morning Newscast for June 27, 2008

Oswego, NY – A likely hike in medical malpractice insurance rates and the possibility that John McCain might win in New York are among the stories in today's news.

8:59am

Fri June 27, 2008
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ECO-SUTRA

Oswego, NY – A documentary film highlighting renewable technology and other sustainable solutions makes its world premier in Syracuse on Saturday. WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher spoke with a spokeswoman for the film "ECO-SUTRA", Kristina Fitzsimmons.

( Premier takes place Saturday, June 28 from 6-11pm at the Palace Theater, 2384 James St in Syracuse)

7:50am

Fri June 27, 2008

Regional Weather for June 27 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's Kate Percival discusses regional weathter with meterologist Ken McKinley.

4:54am

Fri June 27, 2008
Newscast

Regional Afternoon Newscast for June 27 2008

Oswego, NY – Physicians face an increase in medical malpractice insurance rate. Just one of the stories in this newscast from WRVO.

8:20am

Thu June 26, 2008
Newscast

June 26th, 2008 Regional AM Newscast

Oswego, NY – The final public hearing on a plan to regulate water levels in lake Ontario is being held tonight.


These stories and more in our morning newscast.

7:43am

Thu June 26, 2008

Regional Weather Forecast for June 26th, 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Ken McKinley.

6:11am

Thu June 26, 2008
Newscast

June 26th, 2008 Regional PM Newscast

WRVO Oswego, NY – Details on changes for an airline serving Central New York and other regional news stories in this Newscast Podcast from WRVO.

Written by Jasmyn Belcher
Hosted by Fred Vigeant

9:59am

Wed June 25, 2008
Newscast

June 25th, 2008 Regional AM Newscast

Oswego, NY – The state Senate has a new leader for the first time in 14 years, and 3 New York National Guard soldiers are killed in Afghanistan.


These stories and more in our morning newscast.

9:56am

Wed June 25, 2008

Regional Weather Forecast for June 25th, 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Ken McKinley.

5:04am

Wed June 25, 2008
Newscast

June 25th, 2008 Regional PM Newscast

Oswego, NY – WRVO's regional newscast for the evening of Wednesday, June 25th 2008

3:47am

Wed June 25, 2008
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Syracuse-area Lawmaker Praises New Senate Leader

Syracuse, NY – Syracuse-area State Senator John Defrancisco is praising the new leader of the New York State Senate, Dean Skelos of Long Island. Defrancisco says Central New York will benefit with the new leadership as we hear in this interview conducted by WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

2:20am

Wed June 25, 2008
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New Mission for New York's Air National Guard's 174th Fight Wing Moves Forward

Oswego, NY – The House Appropriations Committee has approved $10.4 million dollars to prepare New York's Air National Guard Unit based in Syracuse for new unmanned aerial aircraft. Local Congress Jim Walsh secured the funding. He spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

1:35am

Wed June 25, 2008
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Kelly Olsen's Garden

Oswego, NY – Gardening is becoming increasingly popular to help beat the cost of rising food prices.
For those thinking about about starting a garden, WRVO's Kelly Olsen may have some advice. She recently gave it a go and takes us through her experiences as a first time gardener.

8:25am

Tue June 24, 2008
Newscast

June 24th, 2008 Regional AM Newscast

Oswego, NY – Residents in the Town of Clay vote to abolish their police department, and State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno decides to retire.

These stories and more in our morning newscast.

7:35am

Tue June 24, 2008
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Gov. Paterson Denies Offering Job to Sen. Aubertine

Oswego, NY – After State Senator Darrel Aubertine released a statement saying he was offered the job of chairman of the New York Power Authority and turned it down, Governor Paterson says he made no such offer.

WRVO's Jason Smith reports.

7:33am

Tue June 24, 2008

Regional Weather Forecast for June 24th, 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Ken McKinley.

6:22am

Tue June 24, 2008
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State Senate Majority Leader Retiring

Albany, NY – State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno says he will not seek reelection in November.

Bruno says after 32 years in the Senate...14 of them as Majority Leader, it's time to move on.


Capitol Bureau correspondent Karen Dewitt reports.

5:39am

Tue June 24, 2008
Newscast

June 24th, 2008 Regional PM Newscast

Oswego, NY – WRVO's regional newscast for the evening of Tuesday, June 24th 2008.

8:43am

Mon June 23, 2008
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Town of Clay Residents Approve Police Merger

Oswego, NY – Voters in the Town of Clay have approved a proposal that will merge the town's police department with the Onondaga County Sheriff's Department.

The vote passed by a more than 2-to-1 margin with more than 6,000 casting a vote. The final tally was 4,160 in favor of the merger and 1,865 against.

Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney says the merger could lead to more consolidation opportunities in the future.

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8:25am

Mon June 23, 2008
Newscast

June 23rd, 2008 Regional AM Newscast

Oswego, NY – Town of Clay residents vote on whether or not to abolish their police department and state lawmakers head back to work for the final day of the legislative session. These stories and more in our morning newscast.

7:37am

Mon June 23, 2008

Regional Weather Forecast for June 23rd, 2008

Oswego, NY – WRVO's John Hurlbutt discusses the weather forecast with meteorologist Kevin Williams.

5:11am

Mon June 23, 2008
Newscast

June 23rd, 2008 Regional PM Newscast

Oswego, NY – WRVO's regional newscast for the evening of Monday, June 23rd 2008.

3:14am

Mon June 23, 2008
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Perfect Storm Brewing In New York

Oswego, NY – The New York State Association of Counties says a perfect storm is brewing in New York because of rising unemployment, high taxes and population loss. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the group's Executive Director Stephen Acquario.

11:49am

Fri June 20, 2008
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Congressional Candidates Discuss Energy Crisis

Oswego, NY – Competing candidates for the New York 25th Congressional district have different views on the best approach to dealing with high gas prices. Republican Dale Sweetland welcomed President Bush's effort to end the ban on offshore oil drilling. Democrat Dan Maffei supports an all-out national effort to end high consumption of fossil fuels.

"I'm glad that the president [is seeking to end the ban on offshore drilling]. I wish he'd gone a bit further," Sweetland said.

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11:48am

Fri June 20, 2008
Election 2008

Young Voters Discuss the Candidates

Oswego, NY – University political science students appearing on WRVO radio agreed that voters need to inform themselves on the candidates before making their final voting decision.

Joseph Rogers, Tim Farnsworth, and Andre Fields are students at SUNY Oswego. Rogers and Farnsworth support John McCain, while Fields is supporting Barack Obama.

"I like McCain. I like a lot of things he says. I like his plans for Iraq, and I like what he said about healthcare," Rogers said.

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8:52am

Fri June 20, 2008
Newscast

June 20th, 2008 Regional AM Newscast

Oswego, NY – Fulton's A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital continues to search for a hospital to combine services with, and New York State joins Madison and Oneida counties in a lawsuit against the Oneida Indian nation's land claim. Those stories and more in our morning newscast.

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