Keir Chapman

Keir Chapman

Reporter

WWNY

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

  Inauguration becomes teachable moment for local students

  Clayton girl makes ribbons, raises thousands of dollars to fight cancer

  More from Vice President Pence’s visit and soldiers’ reaction

  Jefferson County: 600 COVID vaccine doses promised, 0 arrive

  Bolton’s Pharmacy begins COVID vaccinations, at least 800 on waitlist

  Kinney Drugs administers its first COVID vaccines

  State, federal funds to help restaurants hard hit by pandemic

  Jefferson County, Watertown must see eye-to-eye on EMS plan

  Carthage Area Hospital disputes Cuomo’s numbers on administering vaccine

  The reason why rescue squad won’t give COVID vaccine to members all at once

  Year in review: Fort Drum in 2020

  Union, city tell different stories involving Watertown’s heavy rescue truck

  First responders get first dose of COVID vaccine in Jefferson County

Flexible Spending Account money to carry over to 2021

  How Samaritan Summit Village is taking the fight to COVID-19, as case numbers creep upward

  Economic relief package could help north country businesses

  Walmart ‘reviewing’ COVID-related complaints at Watertown store as state, county investigate

  Christmas meal helps morale of Fort Drum soldiers who can’t be home for holidays

  Police: 17 year old stabbed, undergoes surgery

  Leak in one Watertown pool could save another from being filled in

  Local leaders concerned big sales and big businesses will draw large crowds on Black Friday

  North Country residents, many others plan to travel for Thanksgiving despite warnings

  Contact tracing becomes more difficult as COVID-19 cases rise in the North Country

  At-home COVID test kits are available

  Alexandria students learn how to sew on their day off

  COVID rapid testing equipment in short supply, says local health center

  Recent spike in local COVID cases traced to sick people showing up for work, officials say

  Potential buyers show interest in condemned Watertown building

  Antwerp family searching for answers after family dogs are found dead

  Jefferson County official recalls “frightening” experience with COVID-19