Category Archives: Stephanie Reighart

Upgrades are so noisy

Today I had my alarm set for 7:30 a.m. Before my alarm went off, my dreams were interrupted by a pounding sound. Metal on rock repeatedly whacking and ricocheting. I abandoned my unconsciousness and rolled over to look at the … Continue reading

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Look up!

Humans don’t spend much time looking up. Better to make sure you don’t trip over your own feet. But this weekend is the time to break the habit. Look up and check out the meteor shower!

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Art and Outdoor Fest Aug. 4

The third annual Art and Outdoor Festival will be 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday Aug. 4 at Shank’s Mare Outfitters in Wrightsville.

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Holding on after the heat

Learning first hand the discomforts, and dangers, of heat related illnesses during last week’s heat wave climax.

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Good news, bad news for the Chesapeake Bay

It’s easy to forget the Codorus Creek meandering slowly through York. It’s even easier to overlook the quiet brook’s connection to the Chesapeake Bay. Just a few miles downstream from York, the Codorus joins the Susquehanna River near Saginaw. The … Continue reading

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How to make your drive more earth- and wallet-friendly

Let’s face it. Gas prices will never drop back down to those $.30/gallon days my dad talks about with a dreamy look in his eyes. But for most of us, driving is unavoidable if we want to participate in this … Continue reading

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Bike to work in York

Next week will be the second celebration of cycle commuting in York. As part of National Bike Month and the League of American Bicyclists Bike to Work Week, York will be encouraging all of its citizens to participate May 14-19 … Continue reading

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York Countian recounts Peace Corps experience

When Andrea Cincotta was finishing her bachelors degree in Psychology from Virginia Tech in 2002, she was in a place many recent college graduates know well: “I didn’t know what to do.” Feeling disenchanted with the idea of following her … Continue reading

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Appalachian Trail Museum names Howard Davis as manager

Howard Davis of Shippensburg, Pa., has been named the manager of the Appalachian Trail Museum in Pine Grove Furnace State Park. Larry Luxenberg, the President of the Appalachian Trail Museum Society said Davis’s skills as an avid outdoorsman, experienced association … Continue reading

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Peace Corps alumni in York — Sally Hoh: Remembering Honduras

Sally Hoh spent two years up to her knees in mud while volunteering with the Peace Corps in Honduras from 1984 to 1986. As a freshwater fish outreach volunteer, it was her job to dig fish ponds and stock them … Continue reading

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