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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.
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Overdue honor for Gettysburg hero Alonzo Cushing (editorial)
10/30/2014 04:15 PM EDT
One hundred and fifty one years ago, the fate of the Union was determined in three days at the Battle of Gettysburg. Full Story
There's hope for reducing dam danger (YDR opinion)
10/29/2014 03:37 PM EDT - The Army Corps is considering a study that would look at updating the entire York flood control project. If engineers determined they could make the dam safer as part of such an update, the corps would want to consider that. Full Story
(Photo courtesy of the York County Heritage Trust)
Gordon Freireich: Jackson School at Jackson and Mckenzie streets turns 100 years old (column)
Happy birthday Jackson School! The York city school, on the corner of Jackson and McKenzie streets, is celebrating its centennial this year. Full Story
(Mike Argento — Daily Record/Sunday News)
Mike Argento: Babe Keller, off to the happy hunting ground
It's hard to miss. There, in the middle of the cemetery at Mount Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, at the top of the hill on Mount Zion Road, among the traditional, rectangular tombstones, is a monument to a man known as "Killer. Full Story
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Ed Mahon weighs in on local politics.
Jim McClure's York Town Square examines our county's place in history.
Joan Concilio's Only in York County explores what makes York fun.
Fix York County helps you point out what York County roads and more need work.
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Downey, Watson, Dench honored by British Academy
LOS ANGELES (AP) — There was a bit of a British invasion of Beverly Hills, as BAFTA Los Angeles hosted its annual Britannia Awards, honoring film and television talent from both sides of the pond, including director Mike Leigh and actors Dame Judi Dench, Emma Watson, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Robert Downey Jr. Full Story
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Jon Cryer brings back 'Pretty in Pink' character
Duckie appears on “Two And a Half Men” season premiere.