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Monthly Archives: December 2011
I blogged about Terry Mutchler’s visit to the YDR’s newsroom to meet with its editorial board, and our editorial page followed that visit with an opinion that the state should fully fund the open records office. Here’s video of Mutchler, … Continue reading
Sometime after 3 p.m. today our court reporter, Rick Lee, tweeted that the state Superior Court had denied Zachary Witman a new trial. Rick had to duck back into a trial he was covering, so in the office, we started … Continue reading
Terry Mutchler, head of the state’s open records office, stopped by the YDR’s newsroom this afternoon to talk to the editorial board. Her main message: The office is at a crossroads. It’s facing a budget cut, she says, and it … Continue reading
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Three members of the founding family of Angel Food Ministries, a national nonprofit that at one time served several locations in York County, face fraud and other charges handed down by a Georgia grand jury today. An employee of AFM … Continue reading
Here’s a highly-anticipated document: The list of 2011 general election write-in winners. I’ve heard that sometimes people who aren’t running even as a write-in get picked, so you might want to check the list to see if you’re on it. On … Continue reading