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

  North country sees surge in absentee ballot requests

  Local couple buys dog from Russia, but can’t get it out of JFK

  Pandemic takes financial toll on EMS providers

  At 102, veteran recalls World War II service

  Section X okays soccer & cross country, delays swimming

  Firefighter back in north country after battling blazes in Nebraska, South Dakota

  Masked skaters take to the ice in Watertown

  Need still high at latest food giveaway, officials say

  Faced with $10M shortfall, Samaritan lays off 51 workers, makes other cost-cutting changes

  Employees happy to be back at work at Shuler’s Restaurant

  Happy teachers, temperature checks greet Harrisville students on first day of school

  Gillibrand visits Watertown to call for postal protections

  1973 agreement could save Watertown pool

  Babcock carriage returns home to Watertown

  2 Watertown barbershop employees test positive for COVID, county issues public exposure advisory

  JCC enrollment down, but better than expected

  Jefferson County DA cites 2 recent arrests as example of bail reform failure

  With loss of revenue, tri-county lawmakers face tough choices, but job cuts are low on list

  Local teacher agrees with making mask-wearing mandatory at schools at all times

  Owner and tenant blame each other as Watertown condemns home

  Affidavit ballots - what are they and what’s their role in November’s election?

  COVID-19 means a venue change for a Christmas Classic

  Hospice of Jefferson County receives top honors

  Evans Mills board approves lower speed limit

  Evans Mills eyes lower speed limit

  As a Clayton tradition is cancelled this year, area food pantries feel the effect

  Attorney General’s Office backs out of interview about mock slave auction at Watertown school

  Businesses lament loss of ‘Punkin Chunkin’

  Fort Drum family honored for their volunteer work

  Fort Drum commander confident in school re-opening