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

Jul 12, 2020

The Watertown's City Hall stood from 1895 to 1966, when it was eventually torn down as part of urban renewal.

Host Kelly Burdick tells the story of old City Hall, from when city council approved D.D. Keiff’s architectural plans, to Mayor J.B. Wise’s dedication address in 1887, to the many structural problems that...


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...


Nov 24, 2019

ANNOUNCEMENT: Our special 1969 tabloid is here! You can read all about what happened in the north country, the nation and the world 50 years ago.

In this episode, Kelly Burdick and Christina Knott talk about putting this publication together and what you can find when you pick up your own copy. In addition, we chat...


Nov 10, 2019

On today's episode, Christina Knott and Kelly Burdick dive into a bit of sports history with the help of Matt Underwood and Dennis O'Brien.

We talk about the 1969 Super Bowl win for the Jets, the Joe Nameth "Guarantee" and the exciting return of Watertown's own Red and Black, the oldest semi-pro football team in the...


Oct 13, 2019

Fifty years ago, Mets fans in Watertown predicted what few statisticians would. One of the worst teams in baseball rocketed to the top, reaching and then dominating the 1969 World Series.

Dennis O'Brien joins Christina and Kelly to talk about the Miracle Mets and how the 1969 made sports history in a way almost no one...