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February 16, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Gowns await ‘Cinderella’

Every girl hopes to find the dress of her dreams for the prom. With the help of local donations,... More...

Special Sections


Senior center menus

The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Feb. 20-Feb. 24 is as follows: Monday —... More...

Central court

The following defendants waived a preliminary hearing on criminal charges Wednesday, Feb. 15, in... More...


Two Breezewood individuals were charged for a second... More...


358 killed in Honduras prison fire

COMAYAGUA, Honduras ( AP) — A fire started by an inmate tore through an overcrowded prison in... More...

Local Sports

Phipps hits 1,000-point mark

EVERETT — It’s pretty simple for Aubrea Phipps. She loves to take the court and... More...

Bedford tops Latrobe

Bedford secured an unbeaten regular season with a 36-33 win on Senior Night over Greater... More...

WVU’s move leaves Pitt rivalry in doubt

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Pittsburgh and West Virginia have met at least once a year in basketball... More...

Top of Th' Morning

The Chamber of Commerce will host a “Government: It’s Your Business” breakfast... More...

C-K staff accepts retirement incentive

CLAYSBURG — Four employees at Claysburg-Kimmel School District had their retirements accepted... More...

Election officials needed

Election officials are needed in various municipalities around the county, the elections director... More...


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Michelle Moreland - 2015-11-26
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Michelle Moreland - 2015-11-25
Ruth Mae Barrett - 2015-11-24
Priscilla V. Saqueton - 2015-11-24
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Barry E. Stufft - 2015-11-21
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Rev. Ralph A. Mickel - 2015-11-11
Merle W. Lamborn - 2015-11-10
John Baker - 2015-11-09
Ima “Jean” Berkey - 2015-11-09
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Many in N.Y. cheer delay of animal disease lab move

GARDEN CITY,... More...

Paterno remembered at Pa. memorial

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno was remembered at a... More...

Philly newspapers shed another 37 jobs

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — The city’s two largest newspapers will shed another 37 jobs by... More...


Political Cartoon

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Compromise, fight later

Swallowing hard, congressional Republican leaders have reversed course on a position that was a... More...

Wrong to pledge no tax

The only pledges that state lawmakers should make are the Pledge of Allegiance and the oath to... More...

State/National Sports

Ducks knock off Penguins, 2-1

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Dog tired at the end of a lengthy shift, Anaheim’s Matt Beleskey saw... More...

Tussey’s ‘D’ stops Everett, 63-35

EVERETT — Tussey Mountain coach Todd Gates knew his team was going to have some time off... More...

Lin is a hoops sensation

NEW YORK (AP) — Bigger than Shaq? Larger than LeBron? The Knicks as NBA champions?... More...