Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Comics Closet opens in southern York County

Vending comic books and tabletop games yields a community having the stalwart attitude of a coral reef with the alacrity of a police roadblock. The Comics Closet, a comic books/gaming/general nerdery facility, opened up next to the ‘e Steam Vapes … Continue reading

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Wimmer, global studies students recognize York groups

Mr. Wimmer and his first and second period students decided to recognize seven groups that are making a positive impact on York. Gregory Wimmer teaches honors global studies and AP U.S. History at Central York High School. It all started in … Continue reading

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Red Lion is hosting their first in-house science fair on Jan. 24

This is the time of year when every store is out of posters, craft shops have empty shelves and students are making discoveries in the name of science. This is science fair season. Completing a science fair project is not … Continue reading

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The woes of being average height

You always hear so much about how much of a pain it is to be short or abnormally tall, but what about those of us who are just of average height? I think those of us who are normal height are … Continue reading

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Retail store walk in love. grows customers with faith-based mission

    walk in love. began in 2005, when founder T.J. Mousetis decided to sell t-shirts with the words “walk in love” on them to raise money for a mission trip. Nearly 10 years later, it is now a thriving, profitable business … Continue reading

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Local students share their holiday favorites

Some students from Susquehannock High School offered their opinions on the signs of Christmas and a few of their holiday favorites. Josh Wheeler (11th grade, SHS) Favorite movie: ” ‘Elf,’ because I’m a big Will Ferrell fan and I think … Continue reading

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The life behind the teacher

To Katie Anderson, her job has always been about much more than teaching a curriculum. It’s not just getting students to turn in their homework, study for tests or pass the class. It’s about making a difference in their lives. Anderson … Continue reading

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