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April 30, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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National Day of Prayer is Thursday. Several local groups have planned observances. The Second... More...

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Photos

The first hummingbirds of the season are here, according to Joan Manges of... More...

Quilters come to Bedford to recreate 1847 piece

A quilt, made in 1847, and the present owner who recreated the piece made their way to Bedford... More...

Police

Two teens were cited for harassment during a basketball game at Chestnut Ridge High School. State... More...

Local Sports

Curve swept in doubleheader

ALTOONA – Three days in Akron, three one-run losses for the Curve. The host Aeros outlasted... More...

Bulls’ Rose tears ACL

CHICAGO ( AP) — Bulls star Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the season because of a torn... More...

Flyers win in OT, 4-3

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Danny Briere scored 4:36 into overtime to give the Philadelphia Flyers... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers address needs with lineman-heavy draft

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Kevin Colbert spent the days leading up to the NFL Draft stressing the... More...

Busch wins fourth straight Richmond spring race

RICHMOND, Va. ( AP) — Carl Edwards thought the race was his to win. So did Tony Stewart. And... More...

Errors help Braves top Bucs

ATLANTA (AP) — Andrew McCutchen dropped a flyball and Pedro Alvarez flubbed a... More...

Boy killed in crash

A 5-year-old boy suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle... More...

River races, floats to be held in May

The upcoming weekends will be a very busy time on the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, as... More...

New Mason-Dixon marker dedicated

CUMBERLAND, Md. — After nearly 10 years of missing a historical monument marking the... More...

Obituaries

Clarifications - 2014-07-17
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-16
William C. Plummer - 2014-07-16
Louise Rohm - 2014-07-16
Paul V. Dorner - 2014-07-15
James Vincent Froelich - 2014-07-14
Sophia Marie Heath - 2014-07-14
Gaila D. Shoemaker - 2014-07-14
Ricky W. Vanmeter - 2014-07-14
John A. Glodek Jr. - 2014-07-12
Wayne C. Arnold - 2014-07-11
C. Oliver Knisely - 2014-07-10
Ralph J. Bair - 2014-07-09
Robert A. Hinson - 2014-07-09
Mary Lou Johnson - 2014-07-09
Donald R. Leader - 2014-07-09
Robert L. Mellott - 2014-07-09
Michael D. McAllister - 2014-07-08
Ann E. Tate - 2014-07-08
Harold Samuel Tipton - 2014-07-08
Joetta June Tipton - 2014-07-08
Ronald A. Ward Sr. - 2014-07-08
Kenneth M. Williams - 2014-07-08
Gerald Ivan Davis - 2014-07-07
Helen G. Miller - 2014-07-07
James D. Frye - 2014-07-05
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-05
Dr. John Vere Risser - 2014-07-05
Emma Jeanne Sams - 2014-07-05
Ralph R. Stone - 2014-07-05
John Willis Zembower - 2014-07-05
Lois Ann Webster - 2014-07-03
Annabell L. Nicodemus - 2014-07-02
Shirley Faye Bintliff - 2014-07-01
Russell P. Penner - 2014-07-01
Marilyn Maxine Acker - 2014-06-30
Donald W. Dicken - 2014-06-30
Madeline D. Garman - 2014-06-30
Margaret E. Klages - 2014-06-30
Fred L. Lafferty - 2014-06-30
Daryl L. Smith - 2014-06-30
Sanford E. Weyant - 2014-06-30

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State/National

Pa. township buys scanner for lost pets

EASTON, Pa. (AP) — One eastern Pennsylvania township hoping to reduce the cost of housing... More...

Colleges look elsewhere as state aid lags

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Whether exclusive private schools or massive public campuses, college... More...

Secret Service will have chaperones on some trips

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Embarrassed by a prostitution scandal, the Secret Service will assign... More...

Editorial

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Drones may dominate

Unmanned aerial vehicles, AKA drones, are already more than a flight of fancy over American... More...

Who is ‘racist’?

Whatever the ultimate outcome of the case against George Zimmerman for his shooting of Trayvon... More...