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  • Free public concert at York College - 10/01/2014 11:37 PM EDT
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    LETTER: The nerve of Corbett

    10/01/2014 11:51 AM EDT
    Questions for Corbett In a recent top story, Gov. Tom Corbett glorified himself at how outraged he was in the aftermath of the "house of horrors" abortion clinic, where numerous babies were killed after being born alive; numerous women were left sterile, dehumanized and emotionally destroyed; and Kermit Gosnell was arrested — finally. 
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    LETTER: 400,000 perfectly normal, concerned Americans
    10/01/2014 11:52 AM EDT - Some consider those who concern themselves with the challenge of climate change to be some sort of fringe loony group. Full Story

    LETTER: Thanks for wonderful Kreutz Creek program
    09/30/2014 11:58 AM EDT - I am so thankful for Kreutz Creek Elementary School and the Eastern York School District for allowing Released Time Bible program at their schools. Full Story

    LETTER: History lesson on separation of church and state
    09/30/2014 08:11 AM EDT - In response to the Sept. 25 op-ed "Shame on Kreutz Creek School," the following history lesson is offered. Full Story

    LETTER: Misinformed about separation of church and state
    09/29/2014 08:32 AM EDT - I read the opinion column "Shame on Kreutz Creek Elementary School" by Mickie R. Singer in the Sept. 25 York Dispatch. Full Story

    OP-ED: Shame on Kreutz Creek Elementary
    09/25/2014 09:49 AM EDT - It is amazing that a school would invite ignorance into their very doors, but Kreutz Creek Elementary has done just that. Full Story

    LETTER: Big Brothers/Big Sisters needs volunteers
    09/23/2014 10:44 AM EDT - It seems there is an increasing amount of stories in the local media about young men in York committing violent crimes that often result in unnecessary deaths. Full Story

    LETTER: Recognizing York countians' sacrifices
    09/23/2014 10:43 AM EDT - On behalf of the Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery Heritage Foundation, we would like to thank all of the numerous volunteers and program participants involved with the 2014 Court of Valor Ceremony & York County 9/11 Observance. Full Story

    LETTER: St. Matthew a good York City neighbor
    09/23/2014 10:42 AM EDT - Thank you to St. Matthew Lutheran Church for being a good neighbor in the City of York. On Sunday, Sept. Full Story

    LETTER: Support Cancer Fairness Act
    09/19/2014 08:45 AM EDT - As a cancer health care professional in Pennsylvania, I have seen how the development of oral chemotherapy medications has dramatically increased the survival rate and improved the quality of life of cancer patients. Full Story

  • LETTER: Public policy contradictions - 09/08/2014 11:40 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Carbon tax study released - 09/04/2014 10:08 AM EDT
  • Election letters - 08/28/2014 09:13 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Together we can take on heroin - 08/21/2014 05:41 PM EDT
  • LETTER: Drug Free Pennsylvania can help - 08/21/2014 05:40 PM EDT
  • LETTER: Life and love on York - 08/07/2014 07:51 AM EDT
  • LETTER: Meat and dairy pollutes - 08/07/2014 07:50 AM EDT
  • AP PHOTOS: Lines linger for famed Chicago hot dogs

    CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago's hippest hot dog stand helped elevate the lowly sausage into a culinary superstar by stuffing it with exotic ingredients including escargot, foie gras and rattlesnake. Full Story
    (Julie Falsetti photo)
    From Scratch: Turn cauliflower into spicy delight

    Having been born in York, I think a thrift gene was inserted into my genetic code. Having parents who grew up during the Depression reinforced it. Full Story
    John Wayne's heirs lose 'Duke' legal brawl

    SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — John Wayne had a two-fisted image but heirs of the late movie star have lost a legal throw-down over use of his nickname, Duke. Full Story