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Teens spruce up their space at Martin Library

Dawn States, teen services coordinator at Martin Library,  is overjoyed with the newest additions to the library’s Teen Forum: new teen-designed banners to highlight the different genres of books. States said the Teen Forum previously had small, boring old posters that … Continue reading

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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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Seth Grove’s political journey, recommendations to students

By Rebecca Dunphy As a teenager, Seth Grove had little interest in politics. When it came time for the 18-year-old to register to vote, how did he choose Republican or Democrat? “I’m going to go with Republican” Grove remembers thinking, “I think … Continue reading

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Why bother? Four things to know about politics, teens and Rep. Seth Grove

  By Meghan Guy Why should teens be interested in politics? According to state Rep. Seth Grove of York County, teens are often too worried about college and their personal life and not appropriately educated on matters of political interest. … Continue reading

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Will new regulations hinder volunteerism?

New state requirements will affect many people, including teens, volunteers, and those applying for a job working with minors. Recent changes to state law now require “comprehensive criminal and child abuse background checks” for employees and volunteers having contact with … Continue reading

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The reality of teen drinking and driving

Pennsylvania has strict laws on drinking and driving, but some teens still haven’t gotten the message. Driving while drunk is dangerous, not only for the driver, but others on the road. According to MADD, almost a quarter of car crash deaths … Continue reading

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Red Lion hosts their second annual formal fashion fair May 9

Dresses dominate the Student Council storage room at Red Lion Area Senior High School. Dozens of cardboard boxes overflowing with lace, sequins, tulle, and satin are stacked on top of each other throughout the room. Every color of the rainbow … Continue reading

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York Catholic’s Mini Thon Raises over $14,000

Video by York Catholic’s Kenneth Clouser, class of 2015. York Catholic’s Mini Thon, held on Mar. 7, raised more than $14,000 for the Four Diamonds Fund. The Mini Thon is a benefit to raise money for pediatric cancer research. The Thon … Continue reading

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‘Tarzan the Musical’ debuts at the Red Lion Area Senior High School

To the cast and crew of “Tarzan the Musical” at the Red Lion Area Senior High School, March Madness does not mean basketball, it means their long-awaited performances. The cast has been practicing since January for these performances. The show, … Continue reading

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Red Lion makes progress as the first York County school district to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity house

On February 23, 2013, the Red Lion Area School District made history: they become the first school district in York County to sponsor a Habitat for Humanity house Almost two school years have passed since then, and the house is … Continue reading

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