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What we are working on: Jan. 9

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.
For the latest news on the Pa. Farm Show, go to ydr.com.
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.
Note that plans can change as the news develops during the day.
You can view a video of the editors’ afternoon budget meeting each day at about 5 p.m.


MAIN ART: SLUG: SHEEP0110 — 10 -12 — Sheep to Shawl competition at the Farm Show. (caryn)
Art: New by Chris
Breakouts: at least one
Graphics: farm show logo
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video,

SLUG: TAX0110 — 15 — Those wanting their tax returns now will have to wait a week because of the late voting by Congress earlier this year. (Boyer)
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: DEMO0110 — developing — A new virtual trainer will be revealed and a demonstration given at Fort Indiantown Gap. Media will be able to try out the trainer, too. (brandie)
Art: Poss. from Brandie
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook,

Wire: Best of


SLUG: CURB0110 — 10-12ish? — Curbside Chat tonight at the Heritage Trust about improvements to the city. (stonesifer)
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, link to blog

MAIN ART: SLUG: SCHOL0110 — 10ish — St. Vincent’s College is surprising a York Catholic student with a full four-year scholarship, Publisher’s Clearinghouse-style, showing up in class with a giant check. Student doesn’t know it’s coming. (mason)
Art: New by Paul
Breakouts: 2
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video,

SLUG: COMM0110 —-12-14– Less than a month after approving a code of conduct for elected and appointed officials, York County commissioners are preparing to amend it. Some elected officials asked for changes. (mahon)
Breakouts: 2
Online pieces: Posted at 12:15 p.m, Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: WALK0110 — 11 — Man charged after allegedly attacking bail bondsman at the prison. (czech) FILED
Art: Mug
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX p.m., Twitter, Facebook,

Brief: Probation in embezzlement (Lee)

Meetings: Shrewsbury (krebs) Spring Garden Township (mclane checking in later) YTI vet tech program (McLane)

INSIDE LOCAL (no jump, full page classover)

VET0110 — 8-10? — YTI launching its vet tech program tonight (McLane)
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted XXX

TRIAL0110 — 8-10 — Jury has the case in Route 30 racing trial (Lee)
Breakouts: possible

SLUG: AUNT0109 — 34, will trim — McSherrystown man pleads guilty in death of aunt. (ES) EDITED
Art: File from ES
Breakouts: 1
Online pieces: Posted already

LBLOG0106 — 27 — from the local blogs. EDITED

Neighbors photos

FIRE0110 — 10 — Manchester approves new labor contract for paid firefighters (Blymire)
Breakouts: possible
Online pieces: Posted XXX

SLUG: MUN0102 — 11 — Ahead of the May municipal primary, officials are organizing information sessions for people interested in serving in local government. (Mahon) EDITED
Breakouts: two
Online pieces: Posted already

SLUG: PAY0110 — 8 — Customers who went to The Reader’s Café for a coffee were in for a surprise. A Newtown, Conn., community member had donated $50 to the café to cover the cost of customers’ coffee. The donation was made in honor of 6-year-old Dylan Hockley, a victim of the Dec. 14 shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School. (ES) EDITED
Art: one sec.
Online pieces: Posted already

MAIN ART: SLUG: C-CPT-CES-LAPTOPS:LA — business, xtop, itop (950 words) (Source: McClatchy/Tribune – MCT Information Services,Washington,DC )
Laptops go up against tablets at Consumer Electronics Show (night desk to pull/edit)
Art: New, file, mug, submitted
Breakouts: how many
Graphics: Map, timeline, flowchart
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



SUN SLOT: Sherry
CLERKS: Bryn, Doug

—- Baseball Hall of Fame announcement coming at 2 p.m. None of the players connected with steroids — Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, etc. — are expected to be honored. In fact, it might be that nobody is honored. (Wire)

—- UNSLUGGED: Talking to York County baseball figures for their reactions to the Hall of Fame annoucement. (Jim Seip)

—- UNSLUGGED: Talking to fans of both Gettysburg High and Dover High at tonight’s boys’ basketball game at Dover about Gettysburg’s pending entrance to the YAIAA. What are their thoughts? (Ryan Dixon)

—- AX0110: About 12 events on the schedule. (Staff) w/art of Spring Grove-West York wrestling

—- UNSLUGGED: High School Sports Notebook, leading with Saturday’s Donnie Swartz Memorial Classic (two HS basketball games) at York College. (Matt Goul)

—- UNSLUGGED: College spotlight column (Bill Arsenault) w/file art

—- UNSLUGGED: Local dirt-track column. (ES-Chuck Curley)

—- Ravens-Colts story of the day. Perhaps something focusing on Peyton Manning. (Wire)

MAIN ART: RELCOL0110 — Church settles into former New Beginnings building in Windsor, other religion news (Hilton)

SLUG: wire religion story
Church calendar
Church briefs, neighbors