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October 4, 2012 Online Home Page

York Native Lands CSI Role Trent Garrett, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Garrett of Dandy, has landed the latest of many important jobs in his young acting career -- a guest lead in the 3rd episode of CSI New York which is titled, "2,918 Miles.” The episode is scheduled to air Friday, Oct 12 at 8PM on CBS. (Read the Article)

York County Schools Join in Celebration of International Dot Day The York County School Division recently joined educators around the world in celebration of International Dot Day. The event was inspired by Peter H. Reynolds children's story, The Dot. Students were encouraged to "make their mark" by simply starting with a dot and expanding creatively on that simple mark. (Read the Article)

York County Student Honored in National PTA Reflections Contest A York County School Division student was recently honored through the National PTA Reflections contest. Christopher Spells, representing Queens Lake Middle School, earned an Award of Merit in the Dance Choreography category for his entry, “The Unique Differences of Others.” (Read the Article)

Community Events A listing of events for the York County and Poquoson Areas for the week of October 4th, 2012. (Read the Article)

Message from Pastor Stumpy Some people's lives revolve around fishing. They spend hours and hours taking care of their boat, making sure everything is in good working order. They get out their tackle box and poles and make sure they are all set, putting on just the right line, hooks and lures for what they want to catch. After that is done, they head for the ocean, lake or river to fish. Sometimes fishing is good, and they come back with their limit, but there are also times when they come back with nothing. They use the same bait and hooks as they used when they were successful, but this time not so much as a nibble. There may be days where a fisherman will wait for hours before the fish finally start to bite. Fishing requires lots of patience and lots of work. (Read the Article)


Poquoson Seafood Festival The City of Poquoson will present the 32nd Annual Poquoson Seafood Festival October 19-21, 2012 in Poquoson Municipal Park, 830 Poquoson Avenue, Poquoson. The Festival honors the working watermen of the Chesapeake Bay and the rich coastal heritage of Poquoson. It includes musical entertainment, a juried arts and crafts show, dozens of food vendors, and a children’s area. The events are all family-oriented and offer something for everyone. (Read the Article)

Guest Editorial by Mary Leedom In November, voters will decide a proposed constitutional amendment that would prohibit the use of eminent domain by counties where the primary use is private gain, private benefit, private enterprise, increasing jobs, increasing tax revenue, or economic development. (Read the Article)

Who Burnt the Popcorn? by Silence Dogood Nelson Number 9: This election is unlike other elections. (Read the Article)

Obituaries A listing for the week of October 4th, 2012. (Read the Article)

CNU Pounds Scots, Wins 45 to 31 Shootout Freshman Paul Dukes scored 3 touchdowns and produced a whopping 200 yards of total offense as the Christopher Newport University Captains scored an impressive win on the road against traditional power Maryville. The victory marked the eighth year in a row that CNU, under Head Coach Matt Kelchner, has opened its USA South Conference schedule with a victory. (Read the Article)

Local High School Sports Roundup The latest information on high school sports for Bruton, Grafton, York and Poquoson high schools. (Read the Article)



 






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