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    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.

    Our take: Chance in Pa. for natural gas severance tax?

    04/23/2014 04:45 PM EDT
    A recent Associated Press story noted that the idea of imposing a severance tax on Marcellus Shale drillers is gaining steam in the Legislature. 
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    Mike Argento: The Klan tries to re-brand. Good luck with that!
    04/23/2014 11:55 AM EDT - In early 1866, in Pulaski, Tenn., six veterans of the Confederate Army got together and formed a little club. Full Story


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    Planters pose problem for York

    Years ago, if you were walking downtown in York, descending the stone steps on Continental Square to the comfort stations below may have been routine. Full Story

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    Mike Argento: Suicide — people need to know...

    The obituary began, "Gary 'Chip' Allen Fry passed away unexpectedly due to death by suicide on Sunday, April 13, 2014. Full Story

    (Brennan Linsley)
    Editorial: Looking in the pipeline on energy debate

    One of the pipeline project s drawbacks, arguably its major one, is shared with the controversial Keystone project -- its benefits to the area covered by the pipeline are modest compared to potential risks. Full Story

    Record Tracker explores open-records issues locally and beyond.

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    People who matter, April 20: Erin O'Neill

    04/18/2014 01:19 PM EDT
    Who: Erin O'Neill Why: The editor-in-chief of Central York High School's Prowler student newspaper was named journalist of the year by the Pennsylvania School Press Association. 
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    At Boston Marathon, they ran; he hugged.

    Ken Nwadike Jr., says he missed qualifying for the Boston Marathon by 23 seconds. But he went to Boston anyway and wanted to make an impact. Full Story
    John Oliver says he owes Jon Stewart

    "I have a pretty intense debt to him," said Oliver, whose show is called "Last Week Tonight." ''I wouldn't be doing this if it wasn't for him." Full Story