What we’re working on: Jan. 10
Here’s our news budget for today’s ydr.com and tomorrow’s paper.
Wonder what the December housing stats will show? Story’s on tap by our business staff.
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bonnet: Dips on Living; basketball on Sports?
MAIN ART: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — MathCounts tournament. 110 kids from 11 York County high schools taking part in the competition. (McCune)
SLUG: UNSLUGGED — couple die within 12 hours of each other. (Argento)
alt story form MAIN ART: SLUG: UNSLUGGED — Tree chipping. We tell you how long you have yet to take your tree to be pulverized — er, made into mulch. (Opilo)
MONEY & MORE
—- UNSLUGGED: High school boys’ basketball, Central York at Dallastown (Steve Navaroli)
—- UNSLUGGED: High school boys’ basketball, Dover at Northeastern (John Clayton) w/ art assigned
—- UNSLUGGED: Weekly college spotlight column (Bill Arsenault)
—- UNSLUGGED: Hershey Bears feature on Julien Brouillette (LDN)
—- AX0111: Across York County, about 21 other events on the schedule (staff)
—- College football: The 11 conference commissioners and Notre Dame’s athletic director meet today to discuss changing the BCS system. (wire)
MAIN ART: Dips are a mainstay at any party. Here are three recipes for creamy dips with a twist (MCT)
Art: from MCT
SLUG: HEALTHY0111 — Healthy Helpings column