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What we are working on: Nov. 22

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s our news budget for today’s website and tomorrow’s York Daily Record.


LEDE SLUG: PRISON1123 — A carbon monoxide lead at York County Prison sent 49 female inmates to the hospital late Wednesday and early Thursday morning. It was traced to issues with an HVAC system, officials say. Most inmates were treated and released and things are getting back to normal at the prison today. (Mahon/Lefever)MAIN ART: SLUG: SHOP1123 — Black Friday has crept into Thanksgiving. Some stores are open at 8 p.m., way ahead of the usual 4 a.m. Friday specials. (lefever)
Art: New, file, mug, submitted
SLUG: TENT1123 — 16 —For seven days around Thanksgiving, Bobby Brunner camps out on the streets of York to facilitate donations for the needy. It’s helped him find a purpose after battling addiction for 30 years. (Sawyer)

WIRE: Pileup in Texas

Inside A:
Wire and local Thanksgiving package, including:
SLUG: DIN1123 — 12-15 — Thanksgiving at Grace Lutheran and Stephen’s United Church of Christ. (mclane) FILED
Art: New by Chris

LOCAL  (no jumps)
SLUG: BUST1123 — 13 — A father and son, along with the son’s girlfriend, were arrested Tuesday after police searched two York residences, seizing about $47,000 worth of heroin, $21,000 in cash and a handgun, according to police. (mason) EDITED
Art: Three mugs, one submitted shot of items seized
Online pieces: Posted

MAIN ART: SLUG: TROT1123 — 14 — Turkey trot in York, the most popular race in York County. (mccallister)  FILED
Art: New by JeffL
Breakouts: how many

SLUG: HOPE1121 — 7 — North Hopewell Township got some of what it wanted from a new cable TV contact, but it still didn’t get the additional coverage it wanted for residents, including some who now have to choose a more expensive option. (badders)  EDITED
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

SLUG: TELEMED1123 — 12  — Telemedicine (medicine by Internet ) is the future, one Memorial Hospital doctor is saying. (Reighart)

MAIN ART: SLUG: BLACK1122 — 15 — Last minute shopping advice for Black Friday/weekend  (WIRE) in BIZDAY
Art: New, file, mug, submitted (Cathy pulled art, if she is not here, it may be on her desk)

Best of the wire to round out the page.



SUN SLOT: Sherry
CLERK: Bryn, 5:30 to 11:30 (working on winter SKEDs)

PSU vs. WISCONSIN preview package
— PSU1123: Main preview, focusing again on the seniors. But this is more about their takes on things, not like Tuesday’s story, which was from O’Brien’s perspective. I quote Stephon Morris and Matt McGloin and Jordan Hill. (Frank Bodani)
— PSUNOTES1123: Wisconsin notes, highlighting John Muir and how Wisky is one of the top “outdoor activity” schools in the nation. (Frank Bodani)
— PSUSIDE1123: O’Brien looking back to the team’s first workout under the new staff in February and how far things have come since then (Frank Bodani)
— PSU stackup
— PSU statistics rail

— TARBERT1123: Sara Tarbert becomes the first Division I commit ever to emerge from Kennard-Dale girls’ basketball program. She’ll go to UMBC. (John Clayton) 16 inches, w/mug

— WY1123: West York District 3 football preview. (John Clayton) 20 inches

— WYSTATS1123: Breakout on statistical leaders for WY and ST heading into Friday’s game.

— DC1123: Preview for Friday’s Delone Catholic Class A District 3 football title game. (Mike Rubin) 17 inches

— BSFB1123: Preview for Friday’s Bermudian Springs Class AA District 3 football title game. (Daniel Paulling) 16 inches

— High school football picks graphic. (Sherry)

— NFL: Houston at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. (Wire)
— NFL: Washington at Dallas, 4:15 p.m. (Wire)
— NFL: New England at N.Y. Jets, 8:20 p.m. (Wire)

— College football: No. 18 Texas vs. TCU, 7:30 p.m. (Wire)

— Puerto Rican boxer Hector Camacho is brain dead after being shot. (Wire)

— Ben Roethlisberger had a baby. Well, his wife did. (Wire)

SLUG: Ebert’s review of “Rise of the Guardians”