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November, 1985       

·       A Fort Drum Soldier kidnaps a 6 year old boy in Watertown as he gets off his school bus

·       Three serial arsonists are arrested in Antwerp

·       Worried about AIDS, Watertown Firefighters are concerned about doing mouth-to-mouth

·       The Jefferson County Sheriff resigns, and Watertown’s First Motorcycle cops

And tunes from Loverboy, Arcadia, The Cars, Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel, Kate Bush, & More 

Plus A Countdown of the top Classic Hits on

November 20, 1980 



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A Full Hour of Yes Airdate 11/09/14

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April, 1976 Airdate 11/02/14

Segment 1A 12 year old car jacker, and Fort Drum is named as a site for a nuclear park, plus music from The Four Seasons, Nazareth, and Pratt & McClain.

Segment 2: Movies (Robin & Marion, All The President's Men), and an outdated flag flies over Public Square, plus music from Sweet and Wings.

Segment 3GE Cablevision offers HBO for a premium, and Ed Massey buys the old Globe Department Store to make it a Mini-Mall, plus music from Aerosmith, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Boz Scaggs, and Henry Gross.


North Country Ghost Stories Airdate 10/26/14

Segment 1A murdered father-in-law haunts Hannawa Falls, and The Haunting of all five senses on Coffeen Street, plus spooky tunes from Marilyn Manson, Classics IV, and The Edgar Winter Group.

Segment 2: The LeRay Mansion at Fort Drum, and Restrained in a Cold Room, plus scary songs from The Ramones and Michael Jackson.

Segment 3The Crew of The Bavaria disappears in the Great Lakes Triangle, and The Ghost Hunters visit Isle of Pines in the Thousand Islands, plus haunting ditties from Van Halen, Ozzy Osborne, and Creedence Clearwater Revival. 


October, 1982 Airdate 10/17/14

Segment 1Two lion cubs are purchased for the Thompson Park Zoo, and Professional Wrestling returns to Watertown High, plus music from The Go-Go's, Santana, and Elton John.

Segment 2: TV Premieres (Remington Steele, St. Elsewhere, & Newhart), and a family crashes in a plane after take off from Watertown, plus music from The Who and Crosby Stills & Nash.

Segment 3Drag Racing in Glen Park, a big contract for the New York Air Brake, and the new lion cubs are named, plus music from John Mellancamp, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Fleetwood Mac and REO Speedwagon.


35 Years Ago, October 12, 1979 Airdate 10/12/14

Segment 1: Vice Presiednt Mondale visits SLU, Sister Theresa Kaine speaks out to the Pope, and TV Tonight, including "Public Eye"plus songs #12- 10, including Electric Light Orchestra, Michael Johnson, and Nick Lowe.

Segment 2Movies (Alien, Ten), The Kissell Brothers, Frank Sacci, and The Harlem Globetrotters, plus songs #9 - 6, including M and Little River Band.

Segment 3Mickey Gilley tries to cancel his concert in Watertown, and "Fear No Evil" is filmed at Boldt Castle, plus songs #5 - 1, including Herb Alpert, Robert John, The Commodores, and Michael Jackson. 


Z93wind 400th Show Spectacular Airdate 10/05/14

Segment 1: The number one songs of 1990 and 1991

Segment 2The number one songs of 1992, 1993, and 1994

Segment 3The number one songs of 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999


A Full Hour of Tom Petty Airdate 09/28/14

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20 Years Ago, September 21, 1994 Airdate 09/21/14

Segment 1: The invasion of Haiti, unrest in Iraq, the search for a new Watertown City Manager, and the YWCA tries a comebackplus songs #12- 11, including The Offspring and Counting Crows.

Segment 2Movies (Time Cop, Forrest Gump), and a guilty plea in the Tanner's Fireside Murder/Arson, plus songs #10 - 6, including Lisa Loeb, Elton John, and Green Day.

Segment 3TV Premieres, Bands, Bars, a Beach Club in Watertown, and Don't Worry Be Happy in Potsdam, plus songs #5 - 1, including Collective Soul, Boys II Men, Sheryl Crow, and John Mellancamp.


September, 1978 Airdate 09/14/14

Segment 1North Junior students cause disruptions after school, and Pope John Paul dies after only 33 days, plus music from Linda Ronstadt, The Rolling Stones, and The Commodores.

Segment 2: The acts at The New York State Fair, and students denied bussing at Indian River, plus music from Gerry Rafferty and Andy Gibb.

Segment 3A Flim Flam artist scams in St. Lawrence County, and Tony Malara appointed Vice President of CBS, plus music from Exile, Anne Murray, Foreigner and Toby Beau.


December, 1993 Airdate 09/07/14

Segment 1A career burglar is arrested again, and the video game "Doom" is released, plus music from Jimmy Cliff, Janet Jackson, and Inner Circle.

Segment 2: Michael Jackson's public statement, and new one-way streets in Watertown cause confusion, plus music from Stone Temple Pilots and Billy Joel.

Segment 3A mysterious illness strikes Venus swimwear in Dexter, and Dan Dee Donuts on State Street closes, plus music from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Ace of Base, Rush, and 10,000 Maniacs.


A Full Hour of Led Zeppelin Airdate 08/31/14

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August, 1989 Airdate 08/24/14

Segment 1A woman is kidnapped from Benny's Steak House, and an arena is proposed in Dexter, plus music from Henry Lee Summer, The Jeff Healey Band, and 10,000 Maniacs.

Segment 2: A movie is set in Watertown but not filmed there, and Traffic Tie Ups on Arsenal Street, plus music from Don Henley and Madonna.

Segment 3an OBGYN in Ogdensburg leaves a patient in labor, and a bull attacks a police car, plus music from The Bee Gees, Katrina and The Waves, New Kids on the Block, and The Indigo Girls.


January, 1975 Airdate 08/17/14

Segment 1An armed robber is rebuffed at the Seaway Plaza, and the movie matinees, plus music from Grand Funk, Bobbie Vinton, Paul and Anka.

Segment 2: The big TV premieres, and shots are fired in Pulask over a parking spot, plus music from John Lennon, Paul McCartney & Wings, and Ringo Starr.

Segment 3Draft Dodgers Amnesty Commercials air on WWNY-TV, a hero saves a family from a fire in Gouverneur, plus music from Frankie Valli, The Average White Band, Helen Reddy, and Harry Chapin.


40 Years Ago, August 10, 1974 Airdate 08/10/14

Segment 1: Watertown bans mini-bikes, Secretary Calloway visits Camp Drum in anticipation of a name change, and a tightrope crossing of the Twin Towersplus songs #13- 11, including Golden Earring, Andy kim, and Chicago.

Segment 2Movies (Parallax View, Herbie Rides Again), the Watertown Mardi Gras, and the Governor visits the Gouverneur Fair, plus songs #10 - 6, including Bachman Turner Overdrive and Dave Loggins.

Segment 3: A new restaurant on LeRay Street, Bands Bars and Charlie Brown, and The Resignation of President Nixon , plus songs #5 - 1, including Steely Dan, John Denver, Elton John and Harry Chapin.



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