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Join Chronicles’ Executive Editor Scott P. Richert today at 4 P.M. CDT as he and Paul Youngblood discuss the New York Times’ sudden interest in the demographic collapse of the West, as well as a recent study that shows that people with more siblings (up to the magic number of eight children in a family) are more likely to get married and less likely to get divorced. Tune in live at http://www.nta.fm/ListenLive.aspx, and join the conversation at (815) 874-8255.
“Hello, Americans. This is Paul Harvey. Stand by for . . . news!” His voice was arguably the most recognized in the history of radio. His broadcasting career lasted over three quarters of a century, from his days as a high-school intern at KVOO in his native Tulsa, Oklahoma, until 2009. Yet few of the scores of millions who listened to him for decades ever heard his real voice.