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Pat Delany

LETTER: Shadowfax thanks social clubs

10/24/2014 10:43 AM EDT
The Shadowfax Corp. would like to extend its sincere thanks to the area social clubs that have donated funds for our holiday dinners and summer picnics. 
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LETTER: There must be better way than snooping on prescriptions
10/23/2014 12:37 PM EDT - Just had to write and commend The York Dispatch editorial board for its opposition to the proposed state law, supported by The Pennsylvania Medical Society, that would permit police agencies to search our medical records. Full Story

LETTER: Unanswered questions about Wolf
10/22/2014 11:16 AM EDT - Gov. Tom Corbett has a record we can measure. He may not be perfect in all that he's done. For those that are looking for perfection, none of our politicians can wear that mantel. Full Story

LETTER: Vote Small or continue middle class slide
10/22/2014 11:15 AM EDT - With the approaching election I have been recalling articles by Nobel prize-winning economists Joseph E. Full Story

LETTER: York City taxpayers deserve answers on school situation
10/22/2014 11:15 AM EDT - You had the headline wrong: On Oct. 15 the York City School Board voted for the internal model of improvement, not against the charter plan. Full Story

LETTER: Perry fight for sick child
10/21/2014 09:55 AM EDT - In this day and age when all we hear are complaints about our elected officials, our family would like to share what happened to us on Monday, Oct. Full Story

LETTER: Linda Small an independent voice
10/21/2014 09:55 AM EDT - Linda Small, candidate for Pennsylvania's 28th Senate District seat, has a strong background in service as a master chief petty officer in the Navy. Full Story

LETTER: Wolf deserves vote of 'busy majority'
10/21/2014 09:55 AM EDT - As governor, Tom Wolf intends to stand up for the middle class of Pennsylvania. Knowing Tom's character, we have every expectation that he will succeed in doing so. Full Story

LETTER: Education a priority for Linda Small
10/21/2014 09:53 AM EDT - As a city resident and taxpayer, I have been following the issues with the York City School District. Full Story

LETTER: Pa. poised for growth with Wolf election
10/21/2014 10:37 AM EDT - I anticipate that Tom Wolf as governor will have an agenda to move Pennsylvania forward, making our state attractive to new business; updating our antiquated infrastructure, including adding high speed rail; prioritizing education; and doing it by working with elected officials. Full Story

  • LETTER: Mandatory physicals for doctors - 10/16/2014 10:12 AM EDT
  • LETTER: State needs to fund rehabs - 10/09/2014 12:53 PM EDT
  • LETTER: 'Grease' is the word - 10/02/2014 01:10 PM EDT
  • LETTER: The nerve of Corbett - 10/01/2014 11:51 AM EDT
  • OP-ED: Shame on Kreutz Creek Elementary - 09/25/2014 09:49 AM EDT
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    Custom urns courtesy of company's 3-D printer

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota startup is using a 3-D printer to create custom urns shaped like objects that were important to the person whose remains they hold. Full Story
    Your guide to a memorable Yorktoberfest

    For craft beer connoisseurs, beer festivals offer an ideal opportunity to sample new offerings without shelling out the often high cost of limited-availability brews. Full Story
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    Lupita Nyong'o seeks Va. slave-trade preservation

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — "Twelve Years a Slave" actress Lupita Nyong'o is lending her star power to the opposition to a minor league baseball stadium in what was once the center of Richmond's thriving slave-trading center. Full Story