Keir Chapman

Keir Chapman



Keir Chapman is a Southern California native. He graduated with a master’s degree in broadcast and digital journalism from the Newhouse School of Journalism at Syracuse University. He joined the news team in June 2019.

Recent Articles by Keir

  Clayton Distillery turns from spirits to hand sanitizer

  Firing up the grills, one Watertown restaurant hosts a chicken BBQ

  The challenges of caring for Alzheimer’s patients during pandemic

  An inside look at Fort Drum soldiers in quarantine

  School gym becomes factory for hospital face shields

  Urban Mission does its part getting people supplies on Saturdays

  Watertown’s Y may be closed, but there’s still plenty of activity

  Rescued animals treated to donated fresh produce

  Mechanics, plumbers adjust to work changes during pandemic

  Just because you can waive your mortgage payment, should you?

  Still a need for donations, blood drive continues in Watertown

  A sweet drive-thru idea, a Brownville maple shop opens up

  Local groups work to feed the hungry during pandemic

  Paid leave available for Jefferson County workers affected by COVID-19

  Help on the way for small businesses

  Funeral homes affected by COVID-19 concerns

  Virtual visits to doctors becoming more popular

  Donegal Beard Competition continues despite postponement of the Irish Festival

  Life goes on amid postponements & cancellations

  8 people tested for COVID-19 in Jefferson County, officials say at news conference

  Fort Drum soldiers returning from South Korea placed in quarantine

  Irish Fest, YMCA take precautions against COVID-19

  Demo Derby brings in money for North Lawrence Volunter Fire Dept.

  Drowning in discovery: local prosecutors blast state discovery reform

  Advocate Drum needs your help

  Should lawsuits be allowed against IJC over flooding?

  One north country family welcomes their Leap Year baby

  Leap of Kindness Day: an extra day to do some good

  Some say blizzard was among the worst storms they’ve ever seen

  Outages just part of north country living, couple says