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Wimmer, Global Studies Students Recognize York Groups

Although some students in Central York High School want to leave York immediately after graduation, York is improving. Mr. Wimmer and his first and second period students decided to recognize seven groups that are making a positive impact on York. … 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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The Impact of Newly Implemented Fundraising Policies

The Healthy Hunger-Free Act was implemented by the United States Department of Agriculture for all school related fundraisers. http://www.letsmove.gov/first-lady-column-healthy-hunger-free-kids-act These newly formed policies state that a maximum of 10 clubs per school can use candy or other sweets in their … Continue reading

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Lanny Frattare speaks to aspiring journalists

Perhaps the famous quote “Go ball, get outta here – it’s gone!” said by Lanny Frattare, the famous sports broadcaster for the Pittsburgh Pirates for 33 years, best describes his career. Frattare, certainly a legend in sports broadcasting, does not … Continue reading

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Young adult author encourages aspiring writers

“We need people interested in writing our history.” Wendy Garman, manager of the Mount Wolf Elementary cafeteria, is the author of the book “No Regrets,” published in May of 2014. Recently, I had the chance to sit down with her … Continue reading

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Courtney DeMonda takes on the Fashion World

Deciding where you want to go to college is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Determining what you want to do for the rest of your life is an even more impossible feat, but … Continue reading

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50 Word Summary: Marc Charisse.

Marc Charisse, night content editor of the York Daily Record, recently visited the members of the Teen Takeover staff. During this meeting, he and the staff explored the necessities of good journalism and how to enthrall readers by “writing what matters.” … Continue reading

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50 word summary: Marc Charisse visits Teen Takeover staff

Marc Charisse, night editor at the York Daily Record, recently spoke to our staff about good journalism. To Charisse, a journalist is an “underpaid idealistic”, a risk-taker writing stories that stay with and improve the lives of readers. By answering questions … Continue reading

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50 word summary: Marc Charisse

Marc Charisse, the night content editor at the York Daily Record said good news stories are the ones that “make people’s lives a little better.” His dynamic character, witty humor, and magic trick abilities made his visit to our Teen … Continue reading

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