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May 22, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Pa. House panel backs Senate budget on party lines

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Northern Bedford High School music department will present its spring concert Thursday. The event... More...

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Local

Ridge students present concert

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Classic cars invited to take part in Chamber’s poker run

Classic cars can join in the Bedford County Chamber of Commerce annual poker run with an added... More...

Elks bowling event benefits Relay for Life

The family bowling center at the Bedford Elks Country Club will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Stacking the deck

A lmost like clockwork, the cost of health insurance for employers and individuals rises with... More...

Is Pa. a real swing state?

The advertising onslaught of the fall presidential election has begun in Pennsylvania and a handful... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates beat Mets, 5-4

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Neil Walker scored on Clint Barmes’ tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the... More...

Ex-WVU coach Stewart dies

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Manning sharp on passes as Broncos begin offseason work

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — His passes were hitting receivers in stride and right between the... More...

Broad Top gets ‘superhero’ award

DEFIANCE — Environmental superheroes don’t wear masks, capes, brightcolored tights and... More...

College band to perform at Tussey

SAXTON — Going back on a decision made in March, the Tussey Mountain School Board voted... More...

Webcasts push solar eclipse to the masses

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — It was one of the best places in the western United States to watch... More...

First lady promotes healthy lunch contest

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Children from across the nation will have a chance to dine like... More...

Obituaries

Theresa M. Buratty - 2017-02-23
Helen D. Imler - 2017-02-23
Deidre M. Snyder - 2017-02-23
Todd A. Goldizen - 2017-02-23
Jason C. Bush - 2017-02-22
Kenneth R. Mowry - 2017-02-22
Don M. Elbin - 2017-02-22
Thomas E. Bingham - 2017-02-21
John E. Criswell - 2017-02-21
Grace A. Weimer - 2017-02-21
William M. Strayer Jr. - 2017-02-20
Dale L. Price - 2017-02-18
Nancy Green - 2017-02-18
Sandy M. Crawford - 2017-02-17
Sharon Sinclair-Snyder - 2017-02-17
Mary Jane Whitesell - 2017-02-17
Margaret F. Entrekin - 2017-02-17
L. Faith Horner - 2017-02-17
Jennifer (Angelo) Meck - 2017-02-16
Mark (Marck) Robinson - 2017-02-16
Ruby V. Shroyer - 2017-02-16
Thomas L. Spencer - 2017-02-14
Paul M. Calhoun - 2017-02-13
Richard A. May - 2017-02-13
Brent Allen Pensyl - 2017-02-13
Glen M. Johnson - 2017-02-11
Lois Mae Sollenberger - 2017-02-11
Stanley W. Corley Sr. - 2017-02-10
Michael Brady Rininger - 2017-02-10
Cheyanne Marie Powell - 2017-02-10
Dacota Emily Powell - 2017-02-10
Mark B. Atkinson - 2017-02-09
Shirley M. Conner - 2017-02-09
S. June Gosnell - 2017-02-09
Harold Grant Bishop - 2017-02-08
Arnold R. Miller - 2017-02-08
Minnie E. Miller - 2017-02-07
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-04
Mary Amelia Machtley - 2017-02-04
Erma Ruth Ling - 2017-02-04

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State/National

Smithsonian to create human genome exhibit

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History is developing... More...

Ohio’s second casino about convenience

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s latest casino isn’t billing itself as a destination... More...

New procedure to vet drone attacks under debate

WASHINGTON ( AP) — White House counterterror chief John Brennan has seized the lead in... More...

World

Quake damages world-renowned cheese producers

SANT’AGOSTINO DI FERRARA, Italy (AP) — Cheese producer Oriano Caretti woke up to the... More...

Local Sports

Tussey walks off with play-in win

SAXTON — Early on, it certainly didn’t appear that Tussey Mountain would be able to... More...

Orpik talking about tolerance

PITTSBURGH — Brooks Orpik is a guy you want on your team. The Pittsburgh Penguins gave him... More...

Called off

Monday’s scheduled games in the District 5 baseball playoffs were pushed back due to the... More...