What we are working on: April 18
Have you gotten stuck on a road behind a piece of farm equipment lately? You might be interested in one of the stories we’re working on — and as a matter of fact, it’s already on the site at ydr.com.
Below is more of what’s headed for the website today and for tomorrow’s paper.
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MAIN ART: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — rural roads and farm equipment safety emphasized by state at a York County farm today. (Wislock)
Art: New, Paul shooting
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — getting the campaign finance reports today for legislative candidates. (Mahon)
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Regular York City School Board meeting tonight. (Mason)
MAIN ART: SLUG: MAIN0419 — York was listed as one of the 15 towns in Travel & Leisure’s America’s Greatest Main Streets. Quick hit on how we got on the list and what some local folks think of it. (Opilo)
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Vulture meeting in Glen Rock tonight. Probably no surprises, but we’ll report on what residents have to say and what they ask the USDA reps there. (Krebs)
SLUG: BUILD0418 — 10 — groundbreaking of York Veterans Build Thursday and other Habitat news.
Briefs: MUST RUN how to get it published
INSIDE LOCAL (148 inches; no classover; poss. obit spill)
LBLOG0418 — 28 — from the local blogs EDITED
IBRIEFS0418 — 14–adding to this — inside briefs EDITED
SLUG: VIC0419 — 7 — Victims’ Rights Week begins Sunday. EDITED
MAIN ART: SLUG: EMIG0418 — The Emig Mansion, a local landmark in Manchester Township, could soon be sold. The owners are working with a potential buyer who expects to keep the property a B&B. The 19th century property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Adkins)
— UNSLUGGED: HS Girls’ Soccer — Susquehannock at York Suburban, 7:30 p.m. (Ryan Dixon)— UNSLUGGED: HS Girls’ Soccer — Red Lion at South Western, 4 p.m. (ES-Dick Groft)
— UNSLUGGED: College Men’s Lacrosse — Mary Washington at York College, 4 p.m. (Steve Navaroli)
— AX0419: About 18 other events on the slate. (Staff)
— REVS0419: One story, with notes tacked on, from York Revolution spring training on Wednesday. Won’t be capped off until after 6:30 p.m. exhibition game between Revs & Skeeters. (Jim Seip) 22-25 inches, w/Chris Dunn art of night exhibition game
— UNSLUGGED: College spotlight column. (Bill Arsenault)
— UNSLUGGED: Local dirt-track racing column. (ES-Chuck Curley) w/local dirt-track schedule
— Tentative: UNSLUGGED: Possible PSU football feature, pending the level of interesting stuff in Wednesday’s player teleconferences. Frank will advise. (Frank Bodani)
— UNSLUGGED: Follow on Central York grad Don Everhart and how he designed the special coin that he and his son presented to Phillies manager Charlie Manuel prior to last Saturday’s game. (Steve Navaroli) w/art of the coin
— NHL playoffs: Penguins at Flyers
— MLB: Orioles at White Sox, 8:10 p.m.
— Tuesday’s Phillies-Giants late box
SLUG: RELCOL0419 — Messianic Jewish church opens in York. (Hilton)