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Where does this York County history mystery wood carving sit?

Here’s a mystery photo to locate. It’s a carving of a wolf, and it sits on public display in a York County, Pa., town. Can you place it? (See answer below). Hint: Think about the animal in the carving.

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Imagine. Before there was York, Pa., there was York, England: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Aug. 2, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com blog covers the annual Book Blast, Avalong’s broasted chicken and what WSBA’s call letters stand for.

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Longtime York County media icons WSBA Radio, WPMT TV have common roots

Yorktownsquare.com uses photographs to tell about links between York County media icons.

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What do call letters for York radio station WSBA, TV’s WPMT stand for?

Philip K. Eberly’s “Susquehanna Radio, The First 50 Years” tells about the early years of radio in York County, Pa., and southcentral Pennsylvania. The 1992 book is available at York County libraries. Background posts: 101 Ranch Boys play on in … Continue reading

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101 Ranch Boys play on in York County memories

This photo shows the York County-based country-and-western group the 101 Ranch Boys. Background posts: Don’t forget Del McCoury on list of York celebs, 101 Ranch Boys hooked musician and Shorty Fincher, Elvis, Three Stooges shared stage. There’s something about the … Continue reading

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Carly Simon at WSBA: ‘What do you want to hear?’

WSBA’s Ruth O’Brien joins Carly Simon on a couch in the radio station’s lobby after singing with Simon in singer’s visit to York, Pa.’s, WSBA/WARM station 2000.

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Original WSBA station hands mic to demolition team

This is all that remains of the former WSBA radio building along the Susquehanna Trail in Manchester Township. Susquehanna Real Estate, the building’s owners plan to build a business center at the site. For more on the demolition, see story … Continue reading

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Story on famed 101 Ranch Boys spawns York County memories

Leonard Zinn holds a photo of the group from 1949 during a recent Zinn family reunion near Hanover. Band members, from left are, George Long, Smokey Roberts, Cliff Brown, Leonard Zinn and Andy Reynolds. Also of interest: 101 Ranch Boys … Continue reading

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