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York Newspaper Contributors Had to Meet Editor’s Standards

Newspapers were the only media outlet in the 19th century and politics often had the most extensive coverage. Even though some papers in the 19th century claimed to be unbiased in theie coverage, most were not. They were emphatic in … Continue reading

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Did Nixon Say “I Am Not a Crook” in Answer to York Native Journalist’s Question?

It seems that a good many distinguished journalists have had York County ties, either having been born and raised here or gained experience at one of the local papers. One example is York-born journalist Dick Smyser, well known in the … Continue reading

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