• 01:51

    Turn 5 LIVE- Aug 19th Tony Hanbury

    in Sports

    This week on Turn 5 LIVE we review the weekend that was in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier PLUS we have a drive by with asphalt modified hotshoe Tony Hanbury.  We will also give away a pair of passes to the Yates County Speedway for Friday night's action!

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Watkin's Glen Preview

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    On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles we're going to start with our this week in NASCAR History brings us back to August 11, 1996 to the 1996 The Bud @ the Glen at Watkin's Glen International Raceway... The 18th and final career win for Chemung, New York's Geoffrey Bodine. We'll discuss Bodine's legacy ,and how Geoffrey opened up the doors for a lot of North Eastern drivers in this sport.


    After Bodine, we'll talk about the top-3 most disappointing drivers so far this season. Clayton and Brandon differ very much on this topic, and will have one of those classic heated discussions about who they think the 3 most disappointing drivers are. 


    Watkin's Glen preview, as NASCAR goes to its second and final road course race on the circuit. We'll talk about who we think the favorites are to go to victory lane in the Cheez-It 355 @ the Glen.

  • 01:30

    Guardianship Abuse: The tragic saga of Gary Harvey

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    In 2006, Vietnam era veteran Gary Harvey sustained a traumatic brain injury from a fall down the stairs in his home.  The injury left Gary in a semi-vegetative state, requiring assistance with all activities of daily living.   Gary’s wife Sara wishes to bring Gary home and care for him.  Sara has the necessary training and equipment in her home to provide the care Gary needs. Rather than allow Gary the best quality of life possible and the companionship of family and friends, Chemung County keeps Gary isolated.  Chemung County DSS made numerous unsubstantiated accusations against Sara.  As a result, the court gave guardianship to DSS.  Chemung County DSS rapidly depleted Gary’s assets and denies what simple joys he might still enjoy.  Gary’s days are spent alone in a hospital bed, isolated behind a closed door.
    Shortly before Chemung County exhausted Gary’s assets, St, Joseph’s Hospital Ethics Committee recommended terminating Gary’s life.  Chemung County DSS petitioned the court to remove Gary’s feeding tube and allow him to starve to death.  Sara went to the media, and Gary’s life was spared. With Gary’s assets depleted, St. Joseph’s Hospital now bills Sara’s private medical insurance.  In 2011, the bill was over $900K.  Sara believes that if she objects or cancels the insurance, Gary’s life will again be in danger.
    Calls are welcome the last 30 minutes of the show.  Calls are limited to Q&A about Gary Harvey and his case.  Please contact us through email to discuss your own case or general concerns about guardianship.
     

  • 01:00

    REAL TALK WITH LUCKYME

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    TODAY ON REAL TALK WITH LUCKYME WE WILL BE FORGIVENESS----- LANDOS ---- AND HOW CONPROMISE PLAY A ROLE IN A RELATIONSHIP...TUNE IN..

  • 01:00

    AMERICAN POLITICS WITH JOHN WALLACE

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    This week I will be reviewing some top stories including an update on the Obama eligibility case, the proposed Mosque in NYC, US Tax Money being used to build Mosques overseas, new deadly Chinese Aircraft Carrier Killer Missles, anchor babies and the 14th Amendment, and

    A case involving a veteran named Gary Harvey. Until January 2006, Gary Harvey was leading a normal life, just like most of us. Then, one day, he suffered a heart attack and fell down a flight of stairs. On that day, his life and the lives of his loved ones changed forever. The injuries he suffered left him permanently, severely disabled. Gary was placed in the Chemung County Nursing Facility - and a familiar battle began. Sara, Gary's wife, started complaining about the quality of care - or lack thereof. After pushing their own allegations, the facility was successful [in 2007] in having Sara removed as her husband's guardian, severely limiting contact and removing any right to make decisions on her husband's behalf. From that point forward, Sara has been struggling against all odds to save her husband from what she fears could be the same fate that confronted the Schindler family’s beloved Terri Schindler Schiavo — death by starvation. When I recently spoke to Sara she said “I just want to bring my husband Gary home.”

    As always, Listeners are encouraged to call in.

  • 00:15

    Travel Tuesday with the FLX Girls

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    The FLX Girls are joined by Cynthia and Kamala from the Chemung County Chamber of Commerce to discuss the celebration of Mark Twain thorughout 2010 in Mark Twain Country and throughout Finger Lakes Wine Country. The classic American writer was laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira 100 years ago this April and there are many specials and events taking place throughout April and the remainder of 2010 to celebrate the life of Twain and the centennial of his burrial. http://www.fingerlakeswinecountry.com http://www.marktwaincountry.com

  • 00:15

    Travel Tuesday with the FLX Girls

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    Join the FLX Girls on Travel Tuesday for a 15 minute chat about interesting things to do in Figner Lakes Wine Country. This week we will chat with Michelle Charles the winner of our best apple pie contest and a representative from the Chemung Country History Museum about their upcoming Ghost Walk Tours. More details at http://www.fingerlakeswinecountry and http://www.twitter.com/flxgirls

  • Turn 5 Racing Podcast- Episode 36

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    Steven, Clint and Brad are in-studio at the Casa De Porkchop Studios to talk local dirt track racing!  


    This week we review the races at Ransomville Speedway, Rolling Wheels, Yates County Speedway with audio interviews.

    We also breakdown the action from the Canandaigua Motorsports Park.  Then we read off results from Woodhull, Chemung, Shangri-La II.  Don’t forget the Turn 5 Fantasy Picks!

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