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10:55am

Fri November 3, 2006
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Onondaga Lake Interview Series Part Two

Oswego, NY – The clean up of Onondaga Lake is well underway.
With the Onondaga Lake Partnership meeting for an update on the on-going effort, WRVO presents a three-part series on the clean up.
In part two, the Environmental Protection Agency's Region 2 Director Alan Steinberg spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

10:44am

Fri November 3, 2006
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Onondaga Lake Clean Up Interview Series Part One

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4:14am

Fri November 3, 2006
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John McHugh seeks re-election to NY's 23rd Congressional District

Oswego, NY – Republican John McHugh has served in Congress for 14 years. He is seeking re-election again in New York's 23rd District. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the veteran lawmaker.

2:12am

Fri November 3, 2006
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Umbilical Cord Blood Bank Center Planned For Syracuse, NY

Oswego, NY – The State of New York plans on opening a 10-million dollar umbilical cord blood bank center in Syracuse. The center will collect umbilical cord stem cells to help treat people with blood diseases.
State Senator John Defrancisco helped secure state funding for the project.
He spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

4:01am

Thu November 2, 2006
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Robert Johnson Challenges John McHugh for Congress

Oswego, NY – Democrat Dr. Robert Johnson is challenging incumbent John McHugh for New York's 23rd Congressional District. Johnson spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski to discuss the campaign and the issues.

12:14am

Fri October 27, 2006
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Local groups distribute dictionaries to foster literacy

Oswego New York – a coalition of groups will be giving away dictionaries to every third grader in Syracuse. It's hoped the move will help foster literacy. WRVO's Richard Annal spoke to project chair Karen Hawkins....

6:55am

Wed October 25, 2006
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Squonk for SUNY Oswego's Artists

Oswego, NY – A few weeks ago, we heard from members of the Squonk Opera project at SUNY Oswego who are putting together a show that will combine abstract theater work, original music and what promises to be an expressive voyage into the highly creative minds of the students involved. We continue our discovery with director Jonel Langenfeld-Rial, who speaks with WRVO's Mark Lavonier about how students from the theater, graphic arts and music departments are forming their ideas.

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2:06am

Mon October 23, 2006
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Possible "PAC" Violations In New York

Oswego, NY – Good government groups today say political action committees may have violated New York State's campaign finance law by exceeding limits on how much money they are allowed to give. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Rachel Leon of Common Cause about the group's findings.

1:38am

Fri October 20, 2006
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NCAA President Speaks at Borrelli Media Summit

Oswego, NY – The President of the National Collegiate Athletic Association participated in the "Louis A. Borrelli Junior Media Summit" at the State University of New York College at Oswego.
Myles Brand spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

11:36am

Tue October 17, 2006
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Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate Malachy Mccourt speaks to WRVO's Richard Annal

Oswego ,New York – Green Party Candidate Malachy Mccourt speaks to WRVO's Richard Annal. Mccourt is urging the people of Central New York not to waste their vote...and vote for him. Hear Mccourt's position on lobbyists...the war in Iraq...and settling the Campaign for Fiscal Equality lawsuit against the state and much much more.

10:52am

Tue October 17, 2006
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Arcuri/Meier Negative Campaign Ads

Oswego, NY – The candidates say they are on friendly terms but blame out-of-town money for giving campaign ads in their congressional race a nasty tone.
Democrat Michael Arcuri and Republican Ray Meier are vying for the open 24th Congressional District seat. They both say they are disappointed about the negative ads but also argue that they can do little to influence them.
Political Analyst John Robert Greene of Cazenovia College says that claim is far from the truth. Greene spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.

10:45am

Tue October 17, 2006
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SUNY Chancellor Address Student Drinking

Oswego, NY – The head of the State University of New York is encouraging students to stay away from alcohol. Chancellor John Ryan says excessive student drinking, such as binge drinking during pub crawls or off-campus drinking parties, leads to death, injury and sexual assaults.
The Chancellor is raising the issue this week as part of SUNY's Alcohol Awareness Week. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Chancellor Ryan about the effort.

1:44am

Tue October 17, 2006
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Voter Guide

Oswego, NY – A practical guide on the candidates' positions on key issues will soon be available for voters. But the candidates are increasingly reluctant to respond.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Project Vote Smart's Carolyn Holmes.

1:55am

Fri October 13, 2006
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Onondaga Lake clean up effort gets 451 million

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1:34am

Fri October 13, 2006
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Howie Hawkins Picks Up Support in U-S Senate Bid

Oswego, NY – A candidate running for U-S Senate in New York is becoming increasingly encouraged by his longshot campaign.
Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins says new polling findings had a suprising result.

1:34am

Fri October 13, 2006
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Howie Hawkins Picks Up Support in U-S Senate Bid

Oswego, NY – A candidate running for U-S Senate in New York is becoming increasingly encouraged by his longshot campaign.
Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins says new polling findings had a suprising result.

1:34am

Fri October 13, 2006
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Howie Hawkins Picks Up Support in U-S Senate Bid

Oswego, NY – A candidate running for U-S Senate in New York is becoming increasingly encouraged by his longshot campaign.
Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins says new polling findings had a suprising result.

1:53am

Wed October 11, 2006
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Catholic Voter Guide

Oswego, NY – New York State's Catholic Bishops have issued their voter guide. They asked more than 400 candidates running for public office his November to respond to their survey. While the major party candidates running for Governor shed light on their views, it wasn't the same for most of the others.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Dennis Poust, a spokesman for the State Catholic Conference, the Church's Albany-based lobby group about the voter guide.

9:50am

Tue October 10, 2006
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Guardian Angels Fight Cyber Predators

Oswego, NY – The Guardian Angels anti-crime group is getting a 200-thousand dollar grant from New York State to teach children about the dangers of on-line predators.
"Cyberangles" was founded in 1995. It works on a voluntary basis with schools and libraries.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the founder and President of the Guardian Angels, Curtis Sliwa about the program.

9:49am

Fri October 6, 2006
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Worm Composting

Oswego – A woman in Liverpool New York is using an all natural way to get rid of some household trash. This method saves money and helps the environment.

11:23am

Fri September 29, 2006
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Development expert to host three public meetings in Herkimer County

Oswego – A community wide effort is underway in Herkimer County to map out its future. International economic and community development expert David Beurle of Australia will facilitate the public conservation.
Next week...three sessions titled " The Conventions for the Future" will be held where community members can share their ideas on making improvements.
WRVO'S Richard Annal spoke to him about the Herkimer conventions.

9:54am

Fri September 29, 2006
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Ethanol gives boost to NY Corn Industry

Oswego, NY –
Three Ethanol production facilities will soon be on line in New York signaling the beginning of a thriving renewable energy industry. It's hoped that it will also bring about an increase in corn production.
WRVO's Richard Annal reports.

2:08am

Wed September 27, 2006
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Holocaust Testimonies Project

Hamilton, NY – Geoffrey Hartman is the Sterling Professor of English and Comparative Literature and Senior Research Scholar at Yale University.
He is also the co-founder of Yale's Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies and the project's current director.
He's visiting Colgate University. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke him.

3:31am

Thu September 21, 2006
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Howie Hawkins is the Green Party Candidate for U-S Senate in New York

Oswego, NY – Howie Hawkins is the Green Party candidate in New York's U-S Senate race this year.
Hawkins is seeking inclusion in any debate the two major party candidates hold.

2:07am

Thu September 21, 2006

10:09am

Wed September 20, 2006
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The Arts in Syracuse : The Third Thursday

Syracuse, NY – WRVO's Elizabeth Christensen speaks with Courtney Rile with the Delavan Art Gallery about "The Third Thursday" program.

2:46am

Wed September 20, 2006

9:56am

Tue September 19, 2006
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New York Apple Industry Booming

Oswego, NY – A near-record apple crop is expected in New York this fall, but growers will likely have a difficult time getting the crop to market.
Stepped-up enforcement of immigration laws is making it harder than usual for growers to to get enough migrant workers to bring in the harvest.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Jim of the New York Apple Association about this year's crop and the worker shortage.

1:03am

Tue September 19, 2006
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New York Apple Industry expects bumper crop

Oswego New York – A near-record apple crop is expected in New York this fall, but growers will likely have a difficult time getting the crop to market.
Stepped-up enforcement of immigration laws is making it harder than usual for growers to get enough migrant workers to bring in the harvest.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to Jim Allen of the New York Apple Association about this year's crop and the worker shortage.

12:08am

Fri September 15, 2006
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Young Drivers and the Tragic Consequences of Driving Fast

Oswego, NY – Young drivers and fast driving have long been a problem. Parents often fear the thought despite assurances from their teenage son or daughter that they will drive safely.
But two separate fatal accidents recently involving teen drivers occurred with the acknowledgement from their families that the two victims liked to drive fast. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski prepared this report.

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