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Monday, April 1 budget

Here’s a look at our news budget at this hour for tomorrow’s paper. It also reflects much of what you’ll see on our website during the day.

Our budgets can and often will change a lot between now and tonight: Some stories will change as new information comes in, some stories will be added to the budget and others will be taken off.

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Best of wire

MAIN ART: SLUG: CHURCH0401 — 14 — Christ Lutheran Church has been working to rebuild its church after a fire and it was touch and go if it would be done for Easter services. (McCune)
Art: New by paul
Breakouts: possibly one on background
Online pieces: Posted at 7 p.m., Twitter, Facebook, video by paul

SLUG: CHANGE0401 — 10-12 — On Wednesday, a roundtable discussion on climate change was held at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York. Four speakers from York College, PSU Ext, Audubon Pennsylvania and National Wildlife Federation spoke about impacts on climate change on wildlife in Pennsylvania and how those changes will impact the state and our community. Changes in coffee plant life cycles in Costa Rica effect coffee imports to the U.S.; changes in bird, mosquito, tick and other pest bugs will impact crops in York County. (Reighart)
Online pieces: Posted at 7 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: MARR0401 — 19 — gay marriage folo. a local atty is involved in a custody dispute involving a gay couple. (mcminn) FILED
Breakouts: refer to any wire related
Online pieces: Posted at 5 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

Inside A:

SLUG: WYSD0329 — 9 — West York schools is studying professional staffing needs of the district, based on program requirements, student enrollment and the district’s fiscal situation. (mccune) EDITED
Breakout: At a glance box
Online pieces: Posted already

SLUG:CRACK0401 — 9 — dude asks cops to just charge him with possession after he drops a bag of crack. (czech)
Online pieces: Posted already


MAIN ART: SLUG: PUNK0401 — 11 — Steampunk event in Gettysburg (Harmon) FILED
Art: Three new from ES (one is vertical, try to use all and make 3 story front)
Breakouts: 1 (can be cut for print)
Online pieces: Posted at 6 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: DTWP0330 — 6 — A traffic study conducted this month on Davidsburg Road in Dover Township show that left-turn lane is warranted at Tower Drive and Jayne Lane. (blymire) FILED
Online pieces: Posted at 7 p.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: MOTEL0401 — 10-12 — dude fights with cops at a local motel. (czech)
Online pieces: Posted already


SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 2013

YDR SLOT: Brittany
SUN SLOT: Elijah
LDN SLOT: Travis
DESK: Lyzz
CLERKS: Andrew, Nathan

—- FBOPSU0401: Column on Penn State’s Deion Barnes. (Frank Bodani)

—- UNSLUGGED: Feature: What has South Western graduate Paul Bingham been doing since he was released by the San Diego Padres organization? (Daniel Paulling) w/tentative art

—- Two NCAA men’s basketball regional finals. Best one goes on sports front. (Wire)

—- Women’s NCAA basketball tournament continues (Wire)

—- Best slug leading into Phillies’ opener on Monday. Orioles don’t play until Tuesday. (Wire)

—- MLB season opener: Rangers vs. Astros, 8 p.m. (Wire)

—- Usual suspects: NBA, NHL, Golf, Etc. (Wire)

SLUG: MUD0401 — Mud runs have gained in popularity, including locally (Leigh)
Art: New by Chris
Breakouts: several

SLUG: MIK0401 — Argento column