More to the Story is local public affairs program developed in collaborations with WPBS and the Watertown Daily Times. In this production, WPBS producers team up with Watertown Daily Times Reporters to bring unprecedented value and depth. More to the Story is in print in Sunday Editions of The Times and the video component airs on WPBS, Saturday's at 6:30 pm. You can also watch episodes online at watch.wpbstv.org.

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1 - Regional Economic Development Council

Episode one provides an in-depth look at the Regional Economic Development Council's funding and community impact.

2 - Music Therapy

What is music therapy? Tune into episode two of More to the Story, a WPBS-TV and Watertown Daily Times collaboration, to discover the healing role of music therapy in the lives of children and adults living with disabilities. Learn about the therapeutic power of music therapy and its availability to North Country families. See what other types of methods and treatment are also available.

3 - Gun Ownership in Northern New York

Explores the gun culture in Northern New York. As State and Federal Legislators debate the place of guns in America, gun owners in the North Country have seemingly gone about life as normal. More to the Story explores how this population carries on the sport, utility, and history of guns in Northern New York with a normalcy and identify in high contrast to the dialogue raging downstate.

4 - Family Farms

This edition of More to the Story takes a look at the circumstances dairy farms face on a daily basis. Watertown Daily Times Journalist, Emily Griffin, speaks with both large and small multi-generational farmers to gain insight on not only the fiscal conditions local dairy farmers must consider, but the emotional conditions as well.

5 - Life on a Freighter

Watertown Daily Times reporter Marcus Wolf, photographer Daytona Niles, and WPBS-TV producers Tracy Duflo and Ryan Proven boarded the freighter CSL Welland at Lock 7 in the Welland Canal, near Niagara Falls, and journeyed with it to Eisenhower Lock in Massena.

6 - Winter Island Living

Residents of Grindstone Island, located off the bay of Clayton, New York, discuss the preparations they make to overcome the hurdles of living on an island in the winter. We also take a look into a bit of the history of Grindstone Island to compare how their island community has changed through the years.

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