What we are working on: July 31

Here’s our news budget for today’s website and tomorrow’s York Daily Record.

Wednesday
FRONT PAGE

SLUG: BUST0801 –  AG’s office breaks up a Mexico to York County cocaine ring. Five people from York County arrested. (kessler) FILED
Art: Six mugs, plus photo of the patron saints of drug dealers,
another submitted from AG’s office
Breakouts: List of those charged.

MAIN ART: SLUG: LITTER0801 — Emigsville children were inspired
by Mateo’s Litter Critters in York. Now they’re picking up litter in
their neighborhood, too. (lefever) FILED
Art: New by Jason
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to
blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify,
Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SLUG: ALFREY0801 — The attorney for the 70-year-old man
accused of sexual contact with toddler at Walmart says his client did
touch the little girl, but that it was an innocent gesture that was
misconstrued. (Czech) FILED
Art: One new by Paul

SLUG: MECKLEY0801 — Matt Meckley has been admitted to ARD.
He was a former Spring Grove gym teacher. (boeckel)
Art: yearbook mugshot
Online pieces: Posted XXX

SLUG: TAX0801 — No decisions at the end of the hotel tax
hearing in Harrisburg today, and the decision to increase the tax in
York County could depend on state reform. (mahon) FILED
Breakouts: 1
Online pieces: Live tweets, ScribbeLive with external link to politics
blogs, linked to Sunday story, full story will need to be posted later

MAIN ART: SLUG: ASA0801 — 29 softball teams have arrived in
York for the start of a 4-day tournament that is expected to bring
nearly $100,000 into the region. (sawyer)
Art: New by Chris
Breakout: 2 — if you go and by the numbers
Online pieces: Tout, Tweet

SLUG: SKOL0801 — First York City Community Education
Council meeting tonight. We don’t know who’s on the council yet, but
they should be talking about their role, the role of the school
advisory councils, etc. (Mason)
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: SENT0801 — 10-12 — Two 20-year-olds are sentenced to life in a
shooting (Boeckel)
Art: mugs
Online pieces: Posted XXX

SLUG: ARREST0731 — 8 — Homeless man caught in the Smokers Outlet
after breaking in and hiding there, police say. (LeFever) FILED
Art: Mug
Online pieces: Posted Tuesday night

MONEY & MORE

SLUG: MAN0801 — Has manufacturing reached its peak? EDITED

MAIN ART: SLUG: SANT0801 — Readers respond and offer their name
suggestions for the soon-to-be called Santander Stadium  (biz) EDITED
Art: file

SLUG:  STAR0801 — Starbucks getting fitted with Google-fast Wi-Fi.  EDITED
w/breakout listing the local Starbucks

BIZBRIEF0801 — Bizbrief.

SPORTS

—- JUNIOR0801 — Semifinals and finals of the York County
Junior Golf Association match play championships at Grandview. The
boys and girls champions will both be crowned. (Matt Goul) w/3 photos
by Chris Dunn

—- SGROVE0801 — 18 — Spring Grove in second-day, winners-bracket
action at the state American Legion baseball tournament. Playing Twin
Valley at 4 p.m. in Boyertown. (ES-Mike Rubin)

—- ALEX0801 — 20 — Column on Central York’s Alex Gilliland, who is
a summer sports intern at CBS Sports. (Steve Navaroli)

—- CAMPBELL0801 — 18 — Feature on Dallastown youth soccer player
Shane Campbell, who is playing for the national U-19 squad. (Steve
Navaroli)

—- REVS0801 — 10-12 — Alt-format recap of the the 11 a.m. York
Revolution home game on Wednesday. We are not staffing. (Copy
desk/Seip)

—- MLB: Orioles vs. Astros (Wire by DC)
—- MLB: Trade deadline. Will have to stay flexible if something big
develops with Orioles, Phillies or Pirates. (Wire by DC)

—- SRAIL0801 (copy desk)
—- RTV0801 (copy desk)
—- START0801 (checklist from copy desk; length from DC)

—- LOBREE0801 — TBA — Some short local briefs. (Copy desk)

About Scott Blanchard

Sunday editor at the York (Pa.) Daily Record/Sunday News. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.
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