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Check Out Wynonna Judd at The Paramount Theater!!

  Froggy 100.3 welcomes Wynonna Judd & The Big Noise to the Paramount Theater in Rutland next Thursday October 3rd and we’re giving you chances to score access all this week! Wake up with Ben Ryan or Ride home with Chris O’Neil and when you hear Wynonna introduce herself over one of her classics, call in…

Stay at The Pine Ridge Dude Ranch!!!

   Everything Country Froggy 100.3 realizes that your “you” time may be limited. There’s work…Commitments…ballgames! The list goes on and on! Treat you and your sweetheart to an overnight stay for two at the beautiful Pine Ridge Dude Ranch now by filling out and submitting the form below! Create new memories and with breathtaking views,…

Help TCT rebuild Operation Adopt A Soldier

    TCT Federal Credit Union & Adirondack Broadcasting “Rebuild Together” for Operation Adopt A Soldier TCT FCU AND ADK BROADCASTING HELPING OPERATION ADOPT A SOLDIER REBUILD AFTER DEVASTATING FIRE On Saturday, August 17th Operation Adopt a Soldier suffered a fire at their building on Route 50 in Wilton. Over 200 care packages, ready to…

The Ben Osborne Golf Tournament returns!

      “THE BEN – 2019” CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2019 DUST OFF YOUR GOLF BAGS AND SHINE UP YOUR SHOES! Because the Ben Osborn Memorial Fund is teaming up with Cynthia Suprenant, Midas, and Whiteman Chevrolet to host our upcoming charity golf tournament, THE BEN – 2019 to be held on Friday,…

Operation Adopt A Soldier Needs our help!

    Everything Country Froggy 100.3 and Nemer Ford needs your help.  Operation Adopt A Soldier recently lost everything in a fire, so they need your help so they can continue their mission of sending care packages to the troops serving overseas. Between now and Saturday , September 28th stop by Nemer Ford and make…

Mitchell Tenpenny is coming to Upstate Concert Hall!

“I wanted to tell a bunch of different stories on this album, but they all had to be authentic and believable to me,” says Mitchell Tenpenny. “What I was feeling at the time, where I was in my head, what’s going on in the world, it all contributed to the end product. The songs that…

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Oneida police looking for woman, may be headed toward Albany

ONEIDA, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Police in Oneida are looking for a woman they say may be in need of medial attention.

Marie Adams, 80, was last seen around 2 p.m. at Pratt Road in the town of Vernon. Police say she may have traveled to the Albany area.

She is classified as a vulnerable adult with dementia.

Adams is a white, 5’6″ and was last seen driving a 2011 blue Subaru Outback with New York registration CZT-3197.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Oneida Police at 315-366-6000.

Dozens of dead cats found in NY home after eviction

MONTGOMERY, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities are investigating the deaths of dozens of cats found at an upstate New York home after the former owner was evicted.

The Times Herald-Record reports that the remains of 89 cats had been removed from the house in Montgomery as of midday Friday.

Montgomery town Police Chief Arnold “Butch” Amthor says conditions in the house were “horrific.”

Boxes containing more dead cats were found in an open grave behind the house. A label on one box read, “RIP Zippy you were a good little girl.”

The cat remains were discovered when a work crew arrived to clear out the house. Animal Control Officer Anne Ilkiw says about eight cats survived.

Authorities say animal cruelty charges may be filed by the Orange County district attorney’s office.


Information from: The Times Herald-Record 

Community shows support at Woodward Strong fundraiser

ALTAMONT, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Guilderland and North Bethlehem fire departments hosted a fundraiser at the Altamont Fair Grounds on Saturday in support of Woodward Strong.

Several months ago, Josh Woodward, a fireman for the Albany Airport, was struck with a flesh eating bacteria and his body went into septic shock. He lost all ten toes and his right hand.

Firefighters and community members gathered at the Altamont Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon to support the Woodward Strong Fundraiser.

He’s using his experience to pay it forward through Woodward Strong, a nonprofit he and his wife, Chelsea, started to help first responders in crisis.

“I realized not everyone in a situation like mine has the kind of support system that we have,” Woodward told News10.

Woodward said they haven’t begun assisting a family yet, but they’re hoping with the money raised today, they’ll be able to get out there and start putting their mission into action.

Woodward is grateful not only for the support of the fire services who hosted the fundraiser, but also anyone who was moved by hearing his story.

“From day one we’ve had a support system from the whole community and from Facebook,” Woodward said, “and that’s all due to my wife creating that Facebook page and just getting the word out. It’s been incredible.”

Woodward said the Facebook page has been quieter than usual, which is a good thing. There aren’t many updates to share regarding his health because he’s doing well.

He’s waiting for his foot to heal up a little bit more, and then he wants to go back to work.

Woodward recently got fitted for a prosthetic. He says while he can walk without one, the prosthetic will help him balance and make walking safer.

The fundraiser included raffle items and a performance by Madison VanDenburg.

Sheriff: 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina bar shooting

LANCASTER, S.C. (AP) — Two men were fatally shot early Saturday at a South Carolina sports bar and eight other people were wounded in the gunfire, authorities said. A suspect was being sought.

The shooting occurred in Lancaster, a community about 45 miles (72 kilometers) south of Charlotte, North Carolina. Coroner Karla Deese told news outlets that the dead have been identified as Henry Lee Colvin, 39, of Rock Hill, South Carolina, and Aaron Harris, 38, of Kershaw, South Carolina.

Authorities said four other people with injuries were airlifted to medical facilities for treatment after the shooting and that four others received treatment locally for non-critical injuries. An eleventh person had minor injuries while falling in an attempt to flee the scene, officials said.

The shooting broke out at the Old Skool Sports Bar & Grill in Lancaster.

“I believe it was one person targeting another,” Sheriff Barry Faile said at a news conference Saturday. “Unfortunately, we had 10 victims that got shot.”

“This was a violent incident of huge magnitude that was witnessed by lots of people,” he added. “The shooter or shooters are out there.”

Investigators have identified a person of interest “but no one is in custody at this time,” Faile told reporters. “We’re doing all we can to locate this person.”

Authorities had not named the person of interest by Saturday afternoon.

The sheriff said authorities believe the apparent shooter had been having a disagreement for some months with one of the men who was fatally shot. Faile did not say which one. He also declined to disclose the type of firearm authorities believe was used in the shooting.

The sheriff said investigators do not yet know whether more than one person fired a weapon, but noted many people were inside the sports bar at the time.

“We need to talk with everybody who was at the club when the shooting happened, and I encourage those witnesses to contact us immediately so those responsible for these deaths and injuries can be taken into custody,” Faile said.

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