- Canadian Wildfires Continue to Affect Finger Lakes Air Quality -
We are still experiencing the effects of Canadian wildfires. The state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) says air quality in Central New York today is a risk for sensitive people. That’s anyone with heart or breathing problems, young children, and the elderly. Fine particulate can cause coughing, sneezing, runny nose, shortness of breath, and irritation to your eyes, nose, and throat. wearing high-quality masks like KN95 and N95. The warning lasts through the night.
- Jim Murphy Memorial Calls -
We at WRFI are missing Jim Murphy and we know a lot of you are too. Many of you knew him and some were just loyal listeners to his morning program for years. We’d like to hear your favorite memory of Jim. Here’s what to do — Call us at 607-319-5445 extension 6. Tell us who you are and a way we can reach you. Then tell us your favorite memory of Jim. We may want to contact you to get permission to share your message on the air. Again, call us at 607-319-5445 extension 6 to share your story about Jim Murphy.
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