Sunday columns

York Sunday News columns

Some of my posts end up in the York Sunday News’ Viewpoints section. Others become York Daily Record/Sunday News editorials.

It’s called repurposing content, and their appearance in the newspaper is an example of digital-first, print-later journalistic thinking.

Here are a sampling of blog posts, with additional content and rewriting, that became columns:

Hex Murder a spooky bit of York County’s past.

Covering the storm, Hurricane Sandy.

Red Lion, Pa.: When bad things happen to good towns

On the (non-Mafia) Amish and megachurches

Of horses and historians

Why would Yorkers applaud a rebel who invade their county?

Scaling the heights of York’s history: Smokestacks are indicators of change in York’s industrial picture.

If we value our York County heritage, we’ll save buildings

Prisoner of war camps in York County – 2, 3 or 4?

Focusing on women’s roles in the Civil War

York countians: Prime time to score an ‘A’ in Civil War history

The Glattfelder family has deep roots in York County.

York minister became worldwide manufacturer.

York late in getting library, college. How has this tardiness shaped York?

Quiet Arles Park teaches active lessons about York, Pa.

Let’s truly celebrate York’s 275th anniversary

 3 examples of a changing York County