Northern New York Newspapers
NNY Business
NNY Living
Sat., Aug. 1
Serving the communities of Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis counties, New York
In print daily. Online always.
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the general mailing address and phone number for the Watertown Daily Times?
A: The address is 260 Washington St., Watertown, NY 13601-3301
The general telephone number is 315-782-1000.

Q: How can I order home delivery of the Watertown Daily Times?
A: You may call our toll-free number — 1-800-724-1012 — to start your subscription.

Q: What if I didn't receive my newspaper?
A: If there is a problem with your newspaper delivery, you can report the problem by calling (315) 782-1012 or 1-800-724-1012.

Q: How do I submit an engagement, wedding, anniversary, or obituary announcement?
A: Click here, to print out the appropriate form letter.

Q: How do I write a letter to the editor?
A: We offer two methods of sending a letter to the editor:

  • You can submit Letters from the People online.
  • If you prefer, you can send your letter by regular mail to:
    Letters from the People
    Watertown Daily Times
    260 Washington St.
    Watertown, NY 13601-3301

Q: How do I get a staff writer's e-mail address?
A: Times writers who wish to list their e-mail addresses can be found here.
Those not on the list can be contacted by regular mail at:
Staff Writer's Name
Watertown Daily Times
260 Washington St.
Watertown, NY 13601-3301

Q: Can I search back issues of the Watertown Daily Times print edition on the Internet? How far back do the archives go?
A: We provide several ways to find previously published articles:

  • Articles that have appeared online in the past 7 days are available to online subscribers of Click on a category in the menu located at the bottom of each page. For example, if you click on "Jefferson County," you will see a list of the last 7 days of stories.
  • Articles published more than 7 days ago (and all the way back to January 1988) are available in our Archive section at a cost of $2.95 per article.
    More information: NewsLibrary Help/FAQ
  • For articles published prior to 1988, please contact our library staff.

Q: What is in the newspaper that is not online?
A: Every Watertown Daily Times-originated article published in the newspaper is available online, either on or via the Archives (since 1988). The following material from the print edition does not appear online: display advertising, some graphics, comics, crossword puzzles, and syndicated content that does not have permission to reproduce.

Q: When is the newspaper available online?
A: The online edition of the newspaper is available at 5 a.m. Eastern time the day it is published. The newspaper is not published on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Q: May I repost a Watertown Daily Times article on my Web site?
A:'s copyright statement states: The information you receive online from Watertown Daily Times is protected by the copyright laws of the United States. The copyright laws prohibit copying, retransmitting, or repurposing of any copyright-protected material.

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