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Hosts Kelly Burdick and Christina Knott return to the pages of history for stories that still matter today.

May 17, 2020

Watertown Daily Times owner Stephanie Brockway took over part ownership of the newspaper in New York's north country after the death of her husband, Henry Brockway, in 1903.

During her time, she saw the paper through a pressroom strike and the purchase of Watertown Daily Standard. While she was remembered fondly after...


May 10, 2020

Fifty years ago, the deaths of unarmed students demonstrating at Kent State by police officers changed a country in the grips of the Vietnam War. Today, Kelly Burdick talks about how this tragic event in history impact us in the north country.

This episode is edited by Christina Knott. Intro music is "Nobody Calls It...


May 8, 2020

Karen Kiorpes, Head of the Preservation Department the State University of New York at Albany, speaks with Watertown Daily Times features writer Chris Brock on how to make sure your family photos, records and other treasures survive to tell stories for decades to come.


May 3, 2020

Buried in Evans Mills, Nehemiah Gale was famous for his honesty. Find out how his truthfulness led to the downfall of a Coen brothers-type crime in the north country of New York nearly 200 years ago. Dennis O'Brien and Christina Knott discuss.

This episode is edited by Christina Knott. Intro music is "Nobody Calls It...