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April 20, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Latterner memorial walk planned for vets

A Memorial Day weekend walk will help loved ones and friends remember and raise funds for... More...

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Everett Municipal Authority will flush hydrants next week. The flushing will start on Monday.... More...

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Community Foundation endowments announced

The Bedford County Endowments of the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies has approved $14,000... More...


A western Pennsylvania driver was arrested for driving under the influence Wednesday on Route 220.... More...




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Another budget fight

This is the sound of the White House throwing down the gauntlet to House Republicans: “Until... More...

Nasty campaign coming

The nastiness has started in earnest. Fake allegations about the presidential candidates are posted... More...

State/National Sports

Old-time hockey back

If old-time hockey is back, it’s left many — from Al Arbour to Wayne Gretzky and even... More...

Pirates return home after ending road swing with win

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Clint Hurdle likes one- run games. Good thing, the Pittsburgh Pirates... More...

No deal on BCS playoff yet

WEATHERFORD, Okla. (AP) — BCS executive director Bill Hancock hears the outcry from fans who... More...

Low turnout predicted for primary

The polls won’t be very busy Tuesday, county officials predict. Bedford County Director of... More...

Everett eyes ways to trim school budget by $1 million

EVERETT — Everett Area School District will have to come up with ways to balance out a... More...

Bedford Twp. fixes up fields

The Bedford Township Little League Fields are almost ready for the season and township workers are... More...


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More bomb threats at Pitt; computers seized

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — At least six more buildings received bomb threats Thursday at the... More...

Crab population up

RIVA, Md. ( AP) — Blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay are at record numbers, although there has... More...

PSU pays Paterno family millions

HARRISBURG,... More...

Local Sports

Bedford evens score with Windber

The Bedford Bison netters sought redemption against Windber on Thursday. The last time the two... More...

Bishop McCort trips up Bedford, 3-2

So close, and yet so far away for Bedford on... More...

Curve beat Squirrels, 4-3

ALTOONA — Altoona’s Brandon Cumpton and Richmond’s Mike Kickham squared off on... More...


Cartwheel-A-Thon will benefit Bedford Youth Football League

CARTWHEEL- A- Thon to benefit the Bedford Youth Football League will be hosted by the Crossroads... More...

Glick Family to present music program

The John and Lanette Glick Family of Massillon, Ohio, will present a music program featuring... More...