Category Archives: Column

York 2.O

State Rep. Kevin Schreiber set the tone for the recent “Fixing York” meeting by saying, “Fixed means something is wrong. Something is broken. This should be more than anything a constructive dialogue.” Schreiber spoke during a panel discussion organized by … 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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Field of Screams from a newbie’s perspective

Every year in October, I am always bombarded with advertisements for Field of Screams on TV, the radio and in the newspaper. I had high expectations for this famous haunted attraction that claimed to be one of the scariest and haunted places … Continue reading

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So what is this York Fair thing all about, anyway?

I moved here from Maryland, as did a lot of people. I wasn’t ahead of that trend but I was totally with it. I’ve lived in York for 12 years now and yet never felt even the slightest itch to … Continue reading

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Searching for the right college isn’t as easy as ‘Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo’

College. Boy is that a loaded word. To high school freshmen, it signifies the freedom from your parents and being treated like a kid that lays just out-of-reach. To parents, it’s the moment your baby girl or boy becomes an … Continue reading

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How students handle summer reading assignments

The promised land! Break! Freedom! Whatever you call it, summer is the most glorious part of the year. The reason: no school. However, for some students, this break is not really a true break. Why might you ask? The two … Continue reading

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