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EDITORIAL: Festival organizers hit a sour note

08/29/2014
Woodstock it was not. Rather than peace and love, the Central PA Music Fest scheduled for last weekend at Lauxmont Farms in Lower Windsor Township sowed anger and frustration — all of it directed at the event's organizers. 
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EDITORIAL: Festival organizers hit a sour note

Woodstock it was not. Rather than peace and love, the Central PA Music Fest scheduled for last weekend at Lauxmont Farms in Lower Windsor Township sowed anger and frustration — all of it directed at the event's organizers. Full Story
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EDITORIAL: Festival organizers hit a sour note

08/29/2014 01:19 PM EDT
Woodstock it was not. Rather than peace and love, the Central PA Music Fest scheduled for last weekend at Lauxmont Farms in Lower Windsor Township sowed anger and frustration — all of it directed at the event's organizers. 
Full Story
Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014
08/28/2014 09:13 AM EDT - Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 Full Story

Election letters
08/28/2014 09:13 AM EDT - Election-related letters for print should be no longer than 200 words; letters up to 400 words will run online only at www. Full Story

OP-ED: Burger King contemplates another inversion, this one with a big lesson
08/28/2014 09:13 AM EDT - Well, I guess we, of all people, should know you can't trust an American institution that labels itself "King. Full Story

OP-ED: Burger King and the whopper about global taxation
08/28/2014 09:13 AM EDT - WASHINGTON — Jacob Levy, an American professor living in Montreal, made a point on Twitter this week that I wish more journalists would take to heart: If you're writing about inversions, and you don't prominently mention global taxation in the first few paragraphs, then your article is not serious and anyone with even a smidgen of actual interest in the issue should stop reading. Full Story

EDITORIAL: NAACP takes the lead in community-police relations
08/28/2014 09:12 AM EDT - The recent police shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., and the riots that followed renewed a national discussion about race relations and police tactics. Full Story

LETTER: Excuses for deleting state email are bull
08/27/2014 09:54 AM EDT - BUNCH OF B.S. Excuses for deleting state emails I am writing in regards to a report titled "State agencies encouraged to delete emails" on page C3 of Monday's York Dispatch. Full Story

Police: Utah suspect swallows stolen ring

OREM, Utah (AP) — Two people were arrested on suspicion of felony theft after police said one of them swallowed a stolen ring in an attempt to hide it. Full Story
Chinese director Jiang Wen launches latest movie

BEIJING (AP) — Hoping for maximum publicity, Chinese director Jiang Wen launched his latest movie at an event Monday — more than three months before it is due to open in cinemas. Full Story