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Teen Takeover photo with selfie stick. @ashleymaytweets @angiemason1 pic.twitter.com/V5WqwmqvjC — Ed Mahon (@edmahonreporter) July 11, 2015 The Teen Takeover team, 2015-2016 edition, meets – and then pauses for a pose. Looking forward to seeing the work of these budding journos. York Daily Record journalists are increasingly engaged with the  community.

Kim Bartenslager of Dillsburg joined other participants in the York Daily Record/WGAL town hall meeting earlier this month. The YDR’s co-sponsorship of the evening goes back about a dozen years. YDR Jason Plotkin captured this scene – and those new YDR/FlipSidePA banners in the background. Staff members of the York

York Daily Record 2015 PAPME awards The Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors announced the winners of the group’s writing and photo contests Wednesday. Take a look at what the York Daily Record/Sunday News won. Editorial Second place: Scott Fisher – Good neighbors get involved in community Feature writing First place:

According to its website, The Keystone Press Awards reinforce excellence by individuals in the newspaper profession, by recognizing journalism that consistently provides relevance, integrity and initiative in serving readers, and faithfully fulfills its First Amendment rights/responsibilities.  Take a look at the York Daily Record/Sunday News’ winners for 2015.  Investigative reporting

Journalists are first responders, joining police, firefighters, fire policemen and emergency medical workers, on the front lines. For some journos, this work can be taxing mentally and physically. The York, Pa., Daily Record/Sunday News has developed a program to address trauma in journalism and to train journalists in reporting on