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April 25, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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Work will begin next week on a bridge replacement project near Manns... More...

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Area schools look at changes in senior projects

Districts around the county are looking at changes to their requirements for senior projects, some... More...

Stewart recalls dancing on American Bandstand

James Stewart, a resident at Pennknoll Village, danced “a couple of times” on American... More...

Community leaders share joy of reading

The Bedford County Chamber Foundation hosted Community Reading Day at elementary schools throughout... More...

Local Sports

Miscues allow PC a one-run win over Bedford

Despite playing on their home field, the Bedford Bisons were the visitors on Tuesday after the game... More...

Lady Hornets roll, 15-5

HYNDMAN — Hope for Hyndman scored a 15-5, six inning win over Bishop Walsh on Tuesday.... More...

Somerset netters top Bedford, 3-2

Somerset used a trio of straight set victories to defeat Bedford on Tuesday, 3-2. Bison singles... More...

Chestnut Ridge faces $1.04 million deficit

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge School District is facing a deficit of $1.04 million and will be... More...

Claysburg students find texting while driving is dangerous

CLAYSBURG — Students at Claysburg-Kimmel High School had first-hand experience of what can... More...

Obituaries

Delores M. Burkett - 2016-07-29
Kenneth J. Mack - 2016-07-29
Karen (Ake) Miller - 2016-07-29
Charles D. Beutman - 2016-07-28
Walter L. Herrit - 2016-07-28
Ellamay Barefoot - 2016-07-27
Mary L. Kauffman - 2016-07-27
Bonnie L. Crawford - 2016-07-27
Wendell Lee Adams - 2016-07-26
Deborah Sue Grimes - 2016-07-26
Patricia Rosenthal - 2016-07-26
Gary L. Strayer III - 2016-07-26
Phyllis Ann Wallace - 2016-07-26
David Eugene Adams - 2016-07-25
David F. Fluke - 2016-07-25
Gerald F. Grasser - 2016-07-23
Almeda V. Korns - 2016-07-23
Kenneth Clair Machtley - 2016-07-22
Annetta Faith Snyder - 2016-07-22
Warren Stufft - 2016-07-22
Kenneth C. Machtley - 2016-07-21
Gerald F. Shaw - 2016-07-20
W. Clifford Elder - 2016-07-19
Reo M. Hechler - 2016-07-16
Charles D. Mentzer - 2016-07-16
Romaine M. Bingham - 2016-07-15
James T. Miller - 2016-07-15
Wanetia L. Hughes - 2016-07-15
John R. Colyer - 2016-07-14
James T. Miller - 2016-07-14
Marvin A. Weicht - 2016-07-14
Keith A. Stuart - 2016-07-14
Ruth E. Eichelberger - 2016-07-13
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-13
Joseph A. Imler Sr. - 2016-07-13
Kevin D. Clark - 2016-07-13
Laura S. Smith - 2016-07-13
Bertha Eichelberger - 2016-07-12
Glenn A. Layton - 2016-07-12
Leota Amelia Fink - 2016-07-12
Gary V. Wentz - 2016-07-12
Ella E. Snyder - 2016-07-12
William H. Schaeffer - 2016-07-11
Miriam J. Moore - 2016-07-11
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-11

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State/National

DeWeese gets prison; must pay fine, restitution

HARRISBURG,... More...

Newcomer Kane wins Dem nod for Attorney General

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A pair of veteran Democratic U. S. House representatives were passed... More...

Romney sweeps five states

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney laid claim to the fiercely contested Republican presidential... More...

Editorial

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Government fun

Job recruiters for the federal government complain that often they can’t land the best,... More...

Farewell, New Frontier

A s the space shuttle Discovery flew three times around Washington, a final salute before landing... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates return home for a 5-4 victory over Rockies

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Andrew McCutchen had three RBIs, Casey McGehee drove in the go- ahead run... More...

An offseason of big questions begins for Penguins

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ray Shero doesn’t believe the Pittsburgh Penguins need to blow things... More...

BCS will meet again to discuss possible changes

College football’s newest way to crown a national champion should become a lot clearer in... More...

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