The YDR editorial board is offering full video of its endorsement interviews with candidates for office.
This June 26 post by Scott Fisher focuses on departing York Daily Record Editorial Board member Kara Eberle and new board member Samantha Dellinger.
[brightcove video=”1565255930001″ /] I was honored to take part in a Holocaust Remembrance Observance April 15 at Temple Beth Israel. The event began with a prayer service by Rabbi Joan Lenowitz of Congregation Ohev Sholom, followed by a candle-lighting ceremony conducted by Rabbi Jeffrey Astrachan of Temple Beth Israel. The
Here’s what typically happened at a Daily Record/Sunday News editorial board meeting: We’d gather around a table in my office once a week, bringing with us ideas for editorials — our collective position on community issues that runs down the left side of our opinion page. We’d take turns making
[brightcove video=”1535112202001″ /] Members of our editorial board had an interesting conversation Wednesday with Allegheny College President James Mullen and YDR alumnus Tim Reeves – who you might recall as spokesman for former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge. Mr. Mullen was scheduled to be in the area and asked if he
[brightcove video=”1505220142001″ /] I had a blast at the recent Candidates’ Night to Listen event, co-sponsored by the York Daily Record/Sunday News and the York College Department of History and Political Science. What a thrill it was to see so many good, community-minded people come together to debate important national
Opinion Page Editor Scott Fisher is a builder of lists. Here’s a list of his lists: 1.A couple of years ago, he put together a list of most influential leaders in the York community. 2. Then he compiled unsung heroes. 3. He brings in seven community columnists each year to
For several years, we’ve heard from some readers that the size of the type in our New York Times crossword puzzle had become too small to read easily. The puzzle appears inside our Viewpoints section on Sundays. We always try to make sure any type we put in the
Just wanted to share a good editorial from our sister paper in Lebanon on the embarrassing, premature reports of Joe Paterno’s death. Check it out after the jump. In the last month or so, opinion page editors for the Pennsylvania newspapers owned by MediaNews and the Journal Register Co. have