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The handiwork of athletic trainers is worth celebrating

How many fingers am I holding up?

Thankfully, we’ve graduated from that Cro-Magnon test for concussions and put some knowledge into play. Athletic trainers have slowly become part of the high school landscape, and we have more of them on the sidelines in Section 1 than anywhere in the state. 717 more words


Couple weds despite weather conditions

YORKTOWN, Va. (WAVY) — Sunday’s high water mark in Yorktown brought the York River into the town’s main street. People told 10 On Your Side it was the highest the tide has come since Hurricane Isabel. 148 more words

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War wrecks from around the world

This is from War History OnLine.

These are some amazing pictures of war wrecks.

Throughout the night of the 6th and into the morning of the 7th, Yorktown remained stubbornly afloat. 365 more words

Residents Upset After Westchester Town Releases Personal Information To Political Campaign

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Residents in Westchester County are outraged after they said their town gave out their private information.

Yasmine Oehm, of Yorktown, said she gets all of the town alerts and official emails. 277 more words


A Bridge at Blue Hour

The lights at blue hour at the George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge, Yorktown, Virginia


The Non-Apotheosis of Tom Paine - Ed Simon

“For there’s no gods/And there’s precious few heroes.”
-Dick Gaughin

“The King of England looking westward trembles at the vision.”
– William Blake

Since it became America’s Bohemia, its “Republic of Dreams” as it’s been called, many junkies and drunks have died anonymously in the tenement houses of Greenwich Village, but only one of them was a Founding Father of the United States of America. 2,887 more words