Monday, June 4 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.
What questions do you have about stories we’re working on, or about the budget form itself? Do you know of something we should be covering that you don’t see on the budget? Let us know by commenting here.
SLUG: HAB0603 — 24 — York Habitat/United Way flap. (Adkins) EDITED
Online pieces: Posted already
MAIN ART: SLUG: FISHING0604 — 12-15 — Ted goes to the ladies’ fly fishing course to see what it’s all about. Why ladies only? And where can you fly fish around here? (Czech)
Art: New by Paul
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at 7 p.m., Facebook VIDEO BY PAUL
SLUG: SODA0604 — 23 — talk of the town on the big soda issue. (Argento) EDITED
Art: one from wire
Online pieces: Posted already, VIDEO by MIKE
SLUG: CHILI0604 — 13 — some of the charges being dropped in chili poisoning case. (Lee) Filed
Art: we have a file mug of suspect
Online pieces: Posted at 8 p.m., Twitter, Facebook
MAIN ART: LCBC0604 — 12 — LCBC megachurch is booming. Added a third service already and drawing hundreds weekly. This is their first open house two months after they started. (Buckel)
Art: New, scheduled for Paul at 3 p.m
Breakouts: 1, background on church
Online pieces: Posted at 8 p.m., Facebook
SLUG: LIB0604 — 7 — Several electronics were stolen and spray paint was used on the walls at Martin Library in York, a setback for their attempts to stay current for patrons. (LeFever) EDITED
Online pieces: Posted already
SLUG: NILE0604 — 11 — In an effort to reduce populations of mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus, the York County Penn State Extension and Pa. DEP will be treating storm-water catch basins in York Monday. (Argento) Filed
Online pieces: Posted at 9 p.m.
JUNE 3, 2012
YDR SLOT: Chris
LDN SLOT: Jess
SUN SLOT: Travis
—- AX0604: Two baseball games on the schedule. (Staff)
—- UNSLUGGED: Pick up Evening Sun feature on Mike Felton from Sunday’s paper. (Zach Smart)
—- All the latest Sandusky news that will fit, we print.
—- REVS0604: York Revolution game in Long Island, NY. (Staff)
—- FBO0604: Al-Rasheed Benton is an elite athlete at a forgotten high school in a not-so-nice part of Newark, N.J. And PSU wants to snap him up. (Frank Bodani) 22 inches
—- UNSLUGGED: Sports letter to the editor.
—- Two bowling BSCUTs from Barry Sparks.
—- Two BSCUTs for the Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Award Winners.
—- DIRT0604: Local dirt-track racing news & results. (Staff)
—- UNSLUGGED: Latest update on this month’s York County Special Olympics Celebrity Golf Classic. (Staff)
—- Exciting day at the French Open. (Wire)
—- Pro golf roundup. Can Tiger win? (Wire)
—- Jimmie Johnson wins today’s NASCAR race at Dover. (Wire)
—- NBA Playoffs, Game 4: Miami at Boston, 8:30 p.m. (Wire)
—- MLB: Orioles at Tampa Bay. (Wire)
—- MLB: Marlins at Phillies. (Wire)
—- MLB roundup. (Wire)
SLUG: EDIBLE0604 — Edible plants can also serve as ornamentals. (MCT)
Art: Two new via MCT, plus one submitted by Reighart
Breakouts: One, EDIBLE0604, a recipe for ground elder muffins from Twenty & Change’s “Eat it York County” (Reighart)
SLUG: MIK0604 — Scam or windfall — hard to tell sometimes. (Argento)
Art: Columnist mug
SLUG: LIVBLOG0604 — Matt’s review of ‘Alexander’ from Book Buzz. (Eyer)
Art: Book cover
LIVBRIEF0604 — Smart’s summer photo contest