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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.
Start Pa. political year on a high note: OK medical marijuana (YDR opinion)
12/22/2014 08:22 AM EST
Why not get the ball rolling with a quick win-win for both the governor and the Legislature? Full Story
York County school merger study based on flawed premise (YDR opinion)
12/18/2014 04:39 PM EST - There's an old computer science term: GIGO. It means "garbage in, garbage out." The idea is that a computer will unquestioningly process whatever data you give it using the parameters you provide. Full Story
Jim McClure: These 4 lessons came from 1 period at the school (column)
"Talking with some smart, budding journalists at Roundtown School," I wrote on the social media tool, Twitter, as I stood in a Manchester Township third-grade classroom. Full Story
(Mike Argento — Daily Record/Sunday News)
Mike Argento: Festivus sign next to Dillsburg nativity puzzles residents
The banner put up by Paul Tucker reads: "Wishing you a very Happy Festivus. Since 1997. From the rest of us." Full Story
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Donny and Marie Osmond extend Las Vegas show dates
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sibling singers Donny and Marie Osmond will be singing at the Flamingo Las Vegas at least through the end of 2015. Full Story
(AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Ed Araquel)
Sony lawyer says "The Interview" will be released after all
Company lawyer tells 'Meet the Press’ the studio is still trying to figure out how to distribute film.