Archive for February, 2014
Olym-Pics
Canada's Ryan Fry, center, delivers the rock while teammates Ryan Harnden, left, and E.J. Harnden, right, sweep the ice during the men's curling gold medal game against Britain at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, in Sochi, Russia. AP Photo/Wong Maye-E

Every day during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia I chose 3 photos to run on our Olympics roundup page. I had some limitations since they went on a small rail: They had to be horizontal, could be seen easily in a small space, and did not repeat the main story that also ran […]

Looking back: Chance Marsteller’s quick pins
Looking back: Chance Marsteller’s quick pins

Thanks to an out-of-town trip, I had a shorter work week than usual. On top of that, two of my three working days were spent at Hersheypark Arena, where dozens of YAIAA athletes were competing in the District 3 wrestling championships. Of all the sports I photograph throughout the year, wrestling is probably the one […]

Looking back: Snow baby
Looking back: Snow baby

On top of the snow we already had from previous snowfalls, York County got a dump of as much as 19.5 inches last week. It was a gnarly mess, but fortunately, snow plow drivers were largely able to do their jobs well because most people had the good sense to stay home. This winter has […]

Kind people in horrible circumstances
John Scott, left, and Beverly Poe watch firefighters extinguish a fire in their apartment in Codorus Township after a three car vehicle collision sent one into the building and it caught fire Sunday Feb 16, 2014 The Couple was in the apartment when the vehicle hit the building and caught fire.  Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News

Paul Kuehnel – Daily Record/Sunday News
When covering news, ugly situations bring out the best and worst in people. Every incident is a clean slate in how I deal with people. Every new moment has the potential of grace. The reality is that no matter how angry and disagreeable people are towards me, there will be a human in some form covering news where I am standing, and I can be the one that adds positive rather than more negative.

Looking back: PSU coach James Franklin’s “Signature Event”
Looking back: PSU coach James Franklin’s “Signature Event”

Wednesday last week, reporter Frank and I ventured to State College for new Penn State head football coach James Franklin’s signing-day presser and event. Franklin was hired on to replace Bill O’Brien just about a month ago. Frank had already met and done some reporting on the new coach, but Wednesday represented the Daily Record’s […]

Looking back: Hibrewnation 2014
Looking back: Hibrewnation 2014

Last week was a slower one, plus I’ve been working on an enterprise story that’ll hopefully publish soon. But I ended last week at a beer festival — covering it, not participating in it, of course. Photographer Paul, who works Sundays, is usually the one who gets stuck covering these types of boozy events, and […]

Letter: A picture, story touches a life
The York Ecumenical Choral Society walks though the congregation concluding the York Ecumenical Choral Society's Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church Sunday December 29, 2013. The Choir  joins voices from many Christian traditions around York County for annual festival in it's 17th year.   Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News

Paul Kuehnel – Daily Record/Sunday News
“Do you ever stop to think how what you do affects the lives of people…sometimes in a very profound way?” – Marie Stoltz of York wrote me a letter and answered the question for me.

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