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August 1, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Defense cuts, layoff notice dispute sets off tiff

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans accused President Barack Obama of trying to keep middle-class... More...

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The second driver in Sunday night’s fatal accident on Route 220 has been identified as an... More...

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Local

Consort wraps up summer series

The Pennsylvania Consort wrapped up its free summer series Sunday with the “Sound of... More...

Teen signs plea in child assault case

A Riddlesburg teen signed a plea agreement prior to jury selection last... More...

County seeks part-time corrections officers

The Bedford County commissioners said Tuesday they are seeking interest from part-time corrections... More...

Editorial

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Clinton spotlight

Nearly 12 years after he left office, Bill Clinton remains one of our most popular and compelling... More...

Mr. Pfeiffer’s blog

Shortly after 9/11, President George W. Bush received from Prime Minister Tony Blair a bust of... More...

State/National Sports

Burnett beats Cubs with a one-hit gem

Pirates’ ace earns 13th win of season, had no-hitter going into eighth inning

CHICAGO (AP) — A.J. Burnett pitched a one-hitter, Neil Walker drove in five runs and the... More...

Bucs deal to get Sanchez from Marlins

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pirates acquired former All- Star first baseman Gaby Sanchez from the... More...

Phillies among sellers, dumping Pence and Victorino

Baseball’s haves picked up more players from the havenots at Tuesday’s trade deadline,... More...

Commissioners working to recover funds

The Bedford County commissioners said Tuesday they spent about two hours talking with their... More...

House GOP won’t extend farm bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — With Republicans badly split over farm subsidies and cutting food stamps,... More...

Electricity grids fail across half of India

NEW DELHI (AP) — Electric crematoria were snuffed out with bodies inside, New Delhi’s... More...

Obituaries

Leah Duella Ramper - 2014-09-08
Phyllis L. Koontz - 2014-09-06
William L. Fockler Sr. - 2014-09-06
Virginia Z. Meck - 2014-09-06
S. David Hoenstine - 2014-09-04
Olive M. Hughes - 2014-09-04
Freda P. Snowden - 2014-09-04
Rev. D. Lloyd Abbott - 2014-09-03
Dona Faye Feather - 2014-09-03
Olive M. Hughes - 2014-09-03
Betty L. Bowser - 2014-09-02
Charlene K. Gonsman - 2014-09-02
Benjamin L. Knisely - 2014-09-02
Floyd W. Shaw - 2014-09-02
Gregory Rogers Wells - 2014-09-02
Mary F. Mangus - 2014-09-02
G. Brian Beckett - 2014-08-29
Donald E. Kelly - 2014-08-28
Jack L. Seek - 2014-08-28
Duane Eugene Watson - 2014-08-28
Jeffrey W. Felton - 2014-08-27
Kenneth C. Miller Jr. - 2014-08-27
George R. Bender - 2014-08-26
Vello Nolvak - 2014-08-26
Caryl E. Baraniak - 2014-08-23
Gloria J. Sturtz - 2014-08-23
Larry Milton Corbin - 2014-08-23
C. Robert Daugherty - 2014-08-23
Floyd Dale Murphy - 2014-08-22
Robert E. Belles - 2014-08-21
Linda Susan Wolfe - 2014-08-21
James R. Wallace - 2014-08-21
Cletis Ray Elliott - 2014-08-20
James L. Tenley - 2014-08-20

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State/National

U.S. judge strikes down water rules for mines

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency overstepped its powers by... More...

Judge: Justice Melvin will stand trial

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin will stand trial on... More...

Philly orchestra out of bankruptcy

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — The Philadelphia Orchestra has officially emerged from Chapter 11... More...

World

Syria’s Aleppo low on food amid siege

BEIRUT (AP) — Food and cooking gas were in short supply and power cuts plunged homes into... More...

Local Sports

Past Your Prime winners

The winners of the Past Your Prime softball tournament champions donated $500 to the Bedford... More...

Physicals

Chestnut Ridge student athletes entering grades 7–12 must obtain a pre-participation sports... More...

Industrial League Golf Standings

TEAM STANDINGS July 25 DLC Incorporated 667 R&J’s... More...