O-o-p-s, Wednesday’s news items – 9/19/2018

“In 1991, the phrase ‘they just don’t get it’ became a popular way of describing senators’ reaction to sexual violence. With years of hindsight, mounds of evidence of the prevalence and harm that sexual violence causes individuals … ‘not getting it’ isn’t an option for our elected representatives.”

The above comment is from  “Anita Hill, the American attorney who accused then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual assault in the 1990s, on how the Senate Judiciary Committee can properly handle the accusations made against current nominee Brett Kavanaugh / New York Times

mifflin

The Scribbler column in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster is about Columbia High School and Lloyd Mifflin.

In today’s LNP – Always Lancaster POLICE LOG: “MANHEIM TWP.: Ehab M. L. Salib, 35, of Columbia, was charged after he was seen throwing a bowl of food at another person, which caused an injury, Aug. 1 at Lyndon City Line Diner, 1370 Manheim Pike, police said.”

Roseanne Barr reveals her character has been killed off by opioid overdose” Penn Live

Click here to open a .pdf file of tomorrow night’s School Board of Directors’ meeting agenda

coffee with cops

Talk about getting drenched | “York Fair attendance drops by more than 100,000; organizers point to rainy weather as a factor” FOX43-TV

3 comments

  1. Just in. No Wendsday this week. Officials in Columbia, PA have suspended Wednesday for this week due to lack of interest and a shortage of funds. As of now, there is no promise when it will return. Some citizens are upset but most won’t notice according to sources.

    • Superb catch; appreciate the vigilance. Kind of fixed the “Thursday / Wednesday” goof. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have created for our readers. NOTE: that a kind of standard apologia line for print publications.

  2. Update Columbia: Bourough Officals Defend the Elimination of Wednesday.

    Earlier today bourough officals from Columbia canceled Wednesday this week and discussed a permanent dan. According to mayor Lutz “Wednesday is just too damned hard to spell and that had a lot to do with it being that day.” Council Chair Murphy added, “no one seems too excited on Wednesday and it has always been a slow revenue day for the borough. I don’t think we should let a couple of internet trolls dictate what the days of the week are. These are the same hyper conservative folks who insist on correct spelling, punctuation, and syntax. No one can stop Us from forging ahead to make Columbia what it was on the past.”

    Borough manager, Dillinger, when contacted said, “this is a complete surprise to me. Perhaps we could find a corporate sponcer and drop the first D and the second E. That’s one way we might reach a compromise and save a day whose value is questionable.” She added, “Our code officers are looking closely at the situation to see if there any violations and how they might generate a bit of income from this unfortunate situation. I apologize to those who thought they could avoid any unpleasant commitments they had today. We are working hard to resolve the situation.”

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