EDITORIAL BOARD

Topics and positions for York Daily Record/Sunday News editorials are decided by the newspaper's editorial board.

Opinions of cartoonists, columnists and letter writers do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Daily Record/Sunday News.

Editorial board members are Sara Glines, publisher; James McClure, editor; Scott Fisher, editorial page editor; Samantha Dellinger, graphic artist; and Jessica Sprenkle, assistant sports editor.

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This campaign for governor is getting sleazy (YDR opinion)

08/20/2014 12:13 AM EDT
It's only August and already this gubernatorial campaign is barrelling downhill like a runaway truck into Stupidville. 
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Puterbaugh case questions unanswered (YDR opinion)
08/18/2014 09:10 AM EDT - It should have been obvious to Dover school officials that such allegations should be shared with police. Full Story

  • White roses and thorns (YDR opinion) - 08/15/2014 12:21 PM EDT
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    People who matter, Aug. 17: Jimmy Ilyes

    08/15/2014 12:33 PM EDT
    Jimmy Ilyes recently opened a stand at Market and Penn Farmers Market and assumed a leadership role there, hoping to revive this venerable institution. 
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  • People who matter, Aug. 3: Aeman Bashir - 08/01/2014 12:01 PM EDT
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    111-year-old from Japan recognized as oldest man

    TOKYO (AP) — A 111-year-old retired Japanese educator who enjoys poetry has been recognized as the world's oldest living man. Full Story
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    Trisha Yearwood re-emerges twice as busy

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Once intent on scaling back her career to focus on family, country singer Trisha Yearwood now finds herself with two — platinum-selling musician with a new album on the way and emerging kitchen mogul. Full Story
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    NFL asking artists to pay to play Super Bowl?

    Report says Rihanna, Katy Perry and Coldplay may have been asked to contribute to play halftime show.