York Sunday News columns
Some of my yorktownsquare.com 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