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June 19, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Wildfires destroy 189 homes in Colorado

LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) — Firefighters faced dangerous conditions across much of the Rocky... More...

Special Sections

Local

Arts and music featured this weekend on the Squares

The 9th annual Arts on the Square will be held this weekend, June 23 and June 24, in conjunction... More...

Hammond Memorial run nets $3,500

More than $3,500 was raised Saturday in the Brandyn J. Hammond Memorial 5K run/walk at Shawnee... More...

Lincoln Highway museum features talk on famed off-road motorcycle event

Paul Danik, founding member and president of the Penton Owners Group, will recount his experiences... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Has state learned?

The Jerry Sandusky case has highlighted where the state has failed on child protections. You... More...

Visit to Appalachia

Not since the 1960s, in particular the campaigns of John and Robert Kennedy, has Appalachia played... More...

State/National Sports

Kent St. eliminates top-seeded Gators 5-4

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Winning a game for the first time at the College World Series isn’t... More...

Goodell hears bounty appeals from players

NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL went public Monday with some of its evidence against the four players... More...

Tomlinson signs 1-day contract with Bolts, retires

SAN DIEGO (AP) — LaDainian Tomlinson was in the midst of saying goodbye to the NFL when his... More...

Bedford Habitat may disband

Local Habitat for Humanity down to three board members

The situation is dire at this point for Habitat for Humanity of Bedford County, say the three... More...

Tussey to raise taxes

SAXTON — Tussey Mountain School Board members came to a consensus Monday that they will have... More...

Erlichman named Citizen of the Year

Bedford ophthalmologist Dr. Katherine Erlichman has been an inspiration in the county, taking... More...

Top of th' Morning

AManns Choice man died from injuries sustained in a June 9 motorcycle accident. Vernon D.... More...

Obituaries

Randy G. Chamberlain - 2014-11-25
David L. Whitfield - 2014-11-25
Mildred L. Buseck - 2014-11-24
Evelyn Grace Martz - 2014-11-24
Brian K. Pineda - 2014-11-24
Mildred L. Buseck - 2014-11-22
Richard D. Stroup - 2014-11-22
Jere Lynn Conner - 2014-11-21
John G. James Sr. - 2014-11-21
Barbara Anne Montag - 2014-11-21
Richard D. Stroup - 2014-11-21
Lila J. Whetstone - 2014-11-21
Russell L. Berkey - 2014-11-20
Naomi J. Harnish - 2014-11-19
Margie M. Heltzel - 2014-11-19
Mabel M. Burkett - 2014-11-18
Mary E. Cessna - 2014-11-18
Maynard Curtis Spade - 2014-11-18
Margaret I. Bowser - 2014-11-15
Leo J. Hankinson - 2014-11-15
Justin Wade Henderson - 2014-11-14
Betty L. Weyant - 2014-11-14
Roxie Ann Birmingham - 2014-11-13
Helen (Ford) Gates - 2014-11-12
Adaline Irene Craig - 2014-11-11
Mary Grace Benna - 2014-11-10
Deborah J. Heeter - 2014-11-10
John H. Mills - 2014-11-10
Laura V. Melius - 2014-11-08
Shirley A. Barefoot - 2014-11-07
Lois Beachly Armstrong - 2014-11-06
Lucy May Pittman - 2014-11-06
Marjorie M. Roland - 2014-11-06

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State/National

Pa. table games revenue up

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Gross revenue from table games was up 7.4 percent last month compared to... More...

Sandusky’s reputation defended

BELLEFONTE,... More...

Pa. clinics survive abortion standards

HARRISBURG,... More...

World

News Briefs

Leaders produce plan for global job creation... More...

McCartney, 70, isn’t slowing down

LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney can still rock at 70. What more could a former Beatle want? He... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg Legion walks past Portage, 6-3

PORTAGE — On Monday, the Claysburg Legion team was set to host Portage at home, but Mother... More...

Sports Results

MONDAY, JUNE 18BaseballCambria County American LegionClaysburg 6, Portage 3... More...

Sports Schedule

TUESDAY, JUNE 19BaseballCambria County American LegionBedford at Stoystown, 6 p.m.Claysburg at... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Jeffrey Jr. and Bethanni (Dodson) Rhoat of Hopewell are pleased to announce the birth of their... More...