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    Let's make this Grand History Trail a reality (YDR opinion)

    07/31/2014 05:30 PM EDT
    It seems like almost too good of an idea to allow it to die on the vine. The notion of linking up the various rail trails from York County to Baltimore to Annapolis to Washington and finally, to Gettysburg and Hanover appears to be one of those ideas that just makes sense, from a variety of 
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    Mike Argento: The death of Charlie the cat by pit bull attack
    07/31/2014 02:09 PM EDT - Charlie was in the backyard on the afternoon of June 27 when Hall, who was in her bedroom, heard a commotion. She went to the kitchen door and saw Charlie being attacked by two pit bulls, the neighbors' dogs, named Brownie and Baby Girl. Full Story

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    HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
    When the Confederates burned Chambersburg in the Civil War

    About 550 structures in this Franklin County town went up in flames Full Story

    MIKE ARGENTO
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    Mike Argento: The death of Charlie the cat by pit bull attack

    Charlie was in the backyard on the afternoon of June 27 when Hall, who was in her bedroom, heard a commotion. She went to the kitchen door and saw Charlie being attacked by two pit bulls, the neighbors' dogs, named Brownie and Baby Girl. Full Story

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    PEOPLE WHO MATTER
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    People who matter, July 20: Q'ajaniyah Miller

    07/18/2014 12:14 PM EDT
    The recent York High grad is an inspiration for overcoming the loss of her father and life in a dangerous neighborhood to succeed in school. 
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