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May 4, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Students learn about small-animal farming

Agri-Business Education Week

Students across the county had the opportunity to get up close with farm animals, make their own... More...

Special Sections

Local

St. Thomas students sing, dance through candy store

The students of St. Thomas Catholic School in Bedford are experiencing a sugar rush as they... More...

Police

Troop T in Everett on the Pennsylvania Turnpike released its April report. Officers handed out 860... More...

Glasgow at Centerville ceremony

A Northern Bedford graduate will be the guest speaker at the Cumberland Valley Veterans’... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Court can point way

The U.S. Supreme Court can help break a debilitating national stalemate on immigration when it... More...

Trial is sorry affair

Whatever the outcome of the federal prosecution of former Sen. John Edwards, one thing is... More...

State/National Sports

Bucs set strikeout record in beating Cardinals

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Over and over again, the scene was repeated. St. Louis hitters just kept... More...

Ponikarovsky scores in OT to give Devils 4-3 win

NEWARK, N. J. ( AP) — Alexei Ponikarovsky scored on his own rebound with 2:39 left in... More...

Marlins hand Giants 3-2 loss

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco Giants already miss their free-swinging... More...

Worship

Prison chapel committee to host informational dinner

INFORMATIONAL dinner will be hosted by the Bedford County Prison Chapel Committee on May 11,... More...

Rainsburg association to host annual event Sunday at Woods Church in Friends Cove

The Rainsburg Methodist Protestant Union Cemetery Association will host its 46th Annual Membership... More...

Businessman gets five years

MIAMI (AP) — A prominent South Florida businessman has been sentenced to five years in prison... More...

Tussey deficit cuts plans, purchases

SAXTON — There will be no new textbooks, no recall of staff furloughed last year, a reduced... More...

Recovery appears durable

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy’s recovery looks enduring. It’s just not very... More...

Altoona in state aid program

HARRISBURG,... More...

Top of th' Morning

A former Bedford man has waived his preliminary hearing in a State College drug case. Michael... More...

Obituaries

Mark A. Graham - 2014-10-14
Ann L. Wambaugh - 2014-10-14
Paul D. Von Stein - 2014-10-13
Maxine Snyder Akers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-11
Geraldine Feathers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-10
John S. Folk - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-09
Richard F. Shimer - 2014-10-09
Loretta R. Garlock - 2014-10-09
Joseph A. Bomblosky - 2014-10-08
Erla M. Diehl - 2014-10-08
James M. Hall Jr. - 2014-10-08
Martha Ann (Koons) Lau - 2014-10-08
Beatrice C. Lutton - 2014-10-08
H. Lee McVicker - 2014-10-08
Betty M. Peake - 2014-10-08
Linda Ann Sponsler - 2014-10-08
Steven H. Colledge - 2014-10-07
Ruby R McKee - 2014-10-07
James Edward Johnson - 2014-10-07
Clair F. Ritchey - 2014-10-07
Michael H. Windows - 2014-10-07
Earl R. Beck - 2014-10-06
Lori L. Claar - 2014-10-06
Howard Will - 2014-10-06
Gretchen D. Perrin - 2014-10-04
Mary Virginia Wiles - 2014-10-04
Bertha M. Felten - 2014-10-02
Ryan Ray Habinyak - 2014-10-02
James Lee Pittman - 2014-10-02
Dorothy M. Hess - 2014-10-01
Hazel K. Mortimore - 2014-10-01
Jeffrey Thomas Turner - 2014-10-01
Roy E. Como Jr. - 2014-09-30
Hazel K. Mortimore - 2014-09-30
Fred Jerome Barkman - 2014-09-29
Rebecca Mae O’Neal - 2014-09-29
Correction - 2014-09-29
Daniel D. Diehl - 2014-09-26
Samuel Lee Ritchey - 2014-09-26
Peggy A. Cottle - 2014-09-26
Nola V. McFarland - 2014-09-25
Leila P. Spenner - 2014-09-25

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State/National

PSU ag trustee re-elected

STATE COLLEGE,... More...

GSA offered contractors tax breaks — at a price

WASHINGTON (AP) — It was a curious offer to contractors from a government agency: We’ll... More...

Former plant burns

CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — A ferocious fire has gutted an industrial building and damaged several... More...

World

U.S. tries to degrade al-Qaida with bin Ladin documents

WASHINGTON (AP) — Letters from Osama bin Laden’s last hideaway, released by... More...

Military commanders warned to get troops in line

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Military leaders are telling commanders to get their troops in line and... More...

Local Sports

Ridge boys and Northern girls win meets

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge boys and the Northern Bedford girls claimed meet wins in the... More...

Fleck’s two-RBI triple keeps Claysburg girls unbeaten

CLAYSBURG — With outside temperatures in the 80s, the Claysburg Lady Bulldogs and Bellwood-... More...

Tussey scores two to Northern’s one in last inning

LOYSBURG — When Northern Bedford and Tussey Mountain get together, it’s hard-fought and... More...