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April 27, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

HB&T plans first triathlon

DEFIANCE — The upcoming triathlon was first and foremost on the minds of those at the... More...

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April showers bring out blooms

Each spring, this old cemetery along old Route 220 at the Osterburg intersection sports a bright,... More...

Local Sports

Bedford tops Tussey

The Bedford Bison netters hosted Tussey Mountain on Tuesday in one of their final matches before... More...

Bedford teams sweep three opponents apiece

Bedford’s boys and girls teams swept conference foes Johnstown, Bishop Guilfoyle, and Cambria... More...

NBCAA Invitational field is set

LOYSBURG — The eighth annual NBCAA Track and Field Championship will be held at 4:15 today at... More...

Worship

Local groups host National Day of Prayer services

NATIONAL Day of Prayer service will be held at noon on May 3 in the parking lot of Love in the Name... More...

Family history in the making

The Bedford Family History Center (FHC) at The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter- Day Saints met... More...

N.Y. shrine to new saint turns down tourism grant

AURIESVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — A Roman Catholic shrine in New York’s Mohawk Valley has turned... More...

Ex-football player arrested for drugs

A Bedford High School graduate and former Notre Dame football player was arrested Tuesday in State... More...

Heritage Trail on the move

Against the backdrop of the lush green Bedford Elks golf course and Evitts Mountain,... More...

Top of th' Morning

4-H members with a meat poultry project should order their chicks. Chick orders will be taken until... More...

Obituaries

Jeffery Stephen Ott - 2014-12-18
Grace V. Von Stein - 2014-12-18
Martha L. Butler - 2014-12-16
Patricia D. Mueller - 2014-12-16
William K. Nicholas - 2014-12-16
Donald R. Wright - 2014-12-16
Jack B. Weaver - 2014-12-15
Fred J. Perrin - 2014-12-13
Carlene Kay Imes - 2014-12-13
Ruth H. Vaughn - 2014-12-13
Gloria S. Marshall - 2014-12-13
Evelyn R. Garland - 2014-12-11
Sondra G. O'Brien - 2014-12-11
Dale E. Wright - 2014-12-11
Corrections - 2014-12-11
Jon D. Baughman - 2014-12-10
Sarah Evelyn Hann - 2014-12-10
Karen Ruth Mock - 2014-12-10
Rodney D. Ramsey - 2014-12-10
Ethel Edel Wilhelm - 2014-12-10
Eugene S. Roudabush - 2014-12-10
Correction - 2014-12-10
Robert Earl Bowser - 2014-12-09
Charles Alan Cogan - 2014-12-09
June B. Replogle - 2014-12-09
Fern Annie Plessinger - 2014-12-09
Cora L. Wright - 2014-12-09
Robert Earl Bowser - 2014-12-08
Frances W. Growden - 2014-12-08
Eugene L. Kauffman - 2014-12-08
Floyd T. Stiffler - 2014-12-08
William J. Allen Jr. - 2014-12-06
Hugh Emil Muller - 2014-12-06
Melvin Dean Zimmers - 2014-12-06
Clark J. Bowen - 2014-12-05
John E. Bowen Jr. - 2014-12-05
Virginia L. Heckman - 2014-12-04
Daisy Evelyn Amick - 2014-12-03
Dale B. Clapper - 2014-12-03
Clyde Crawford Jr. - 2014-12-03
Jonah S. Kindya - 2014-12-03
Roberta Faye Black - 2014-12-02
James E. Fyfe Jr. - 2014-12-02
Ned Berkheimer Wolfe - 2014-12-02
Louise Fletcher Akers - 2014-12-01
F. June Beck - 2014-12-01
Florence R. Wertz - 2014-12-01

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State/National

Gov’t drops farm child labor plan

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Under heavy pressure from farm groups, the Obama administration said... More...

Drilling health complaints fewer than 30

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health said this week that it has received... More...

Sierra Club challenges Md. gas terminal

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Sierra Club said Thursday it will try to block an energy... More...

Editorial

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CEO pay exorbitant

The Occupy Wall Street protesters were right about one thing. When CEOs are making 380 times the... More...

Bill’s true impact

Municipal officials are worried that a change in state law covering business privilege taxes could... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers draft DeCastro to help their offensive line

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t expect David DeCastro to be available... More...

Pirates hope Alvarez is starting to come around

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Pedro Alvarez didn’t talk like a player who’d just lifted his... More...

BCS makes a move toward a four-team playoff event

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — College football is on the verge of finally having a playoff, its own... More...