COMMUNITY RADIO: Dozens of people will place their predictions for the future inside a time capsule that will be buried on Black Mountain Ranch, courtesy of KWMR. Many contributors to the station's spring pledge drive did not want to participate.     David Briggs

The idea of burying things for the future is a pretty old idea. “But the idea of opening something at a specific time in the future is an American phenomenon," dating back to the late 1800s, said Amanda Eichstaedt, executive director and station manager of KWMR. She's been researching time capsules since the station decided this spring to . . .

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