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Manchester Twp. soldier welcomed home http://www.yorkdispatch.com/ci_22783309

soldier welcomed home - York Dispatch

Careers and fun meld at Youth Empowerment Summit http://www.yorkdispatch.com/news/ci_20545663

YMCA York Fencing Club instructor Kim Bleecker leads a fencing workshop during the Youth Empowerment Summit at Martin Library Thursday.

K-9 officer ready to retire from York Area Regional - York Dispatch

officer ready to retire from York Area Regional - York Dispatch

York City church's stolen handbells returned - York Dispatch

York City church's stolen handbells returned - York Dispatch

A laying on of hands shows support for York's elected leaders during a National Day of Prayer event in York.

A laying on of hands shows support for York's elected leaders during a National Day of Prayer event in York.

New groundskeepers at Pinchot State Park campground http://bcove.me/8t6xnju2

Pinchot State Park turns to a natural weed killer: Goats - York Dispatch

Dewey is one of the pets waiting for a new home at the York County SPCA. See more of them in the Take Me Home video: http://www.yorkdispatch.com/videos

Dewey is one of the pets waiting for a new home at the York County SPCA. See more of them in the Take Me Home video: http://www.yorkdispatch.com/videos

Weekly Reader, March 1967 First launched in 1928, My Weekly Reader sought to make the national news accessible to elementary school children. By the early 1970s grade-specific versions were available for students from preschool to the sixth grade. My Weekly Reader was the brainchild of Eleanor Murdoch Johnson, the director of elementary schools in York County, Pa. Seeking to balance children's preference for myth and fantasy with greater knowledge of world events

I hate clowns but I loved getting my Weekly Reader at Brookside Elementary School in Newark, Delaware!

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