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September 14, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Pa. high court takes hard look at voter ID

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania’s state Supreme Court justices on Thursday... More...

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Local

Police

A Everett juvenile is facing charges of retail theft. According to Everett Borough Police, a... More...

Police station shooting

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a man was wounded by police after he opened fire in a... More...

Books donated to school, library

Lambert’s Custom Framing in Bedford recently donated children’s books to the Bedford... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Census: 50% to 20%

I t’s a rare government economic report that brings no comfort to either side in a... More...

Teacher unions may turn

A n old truism about feeding bears seems to apply to the strike by 26,000 Chicago teachers. You can... More...

State/National Sports

Revis hopes to play for Jets vs. Steelers

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Darrelle Revis walked off the field thinking he just had a headache... More...

Penn State is finding some success on fourth down

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. ( AP) — Fourth- and- 1 at midfield on the game’s opening drive with... More...

RichRod still using hurry-up

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Rich Rodriguez worked on the defensive side of the ball as a player and... More...

Fed unveils steps to aid economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — Alarmed by the chronically weak U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve launched... More...

Everett promotes its cyber academy

EVERETT — Everett Area School District has had success bringing back cyber students who had... More...

Diggins guilty of burglaries

A Breezewood woman could face a maximum sentence of 20 years for burglary charges a jury found her... More...

Top of th' Morning

Southern Cove Power Reunion’s annual fall show starts today. The show returns for its 22nd... More...

Obituaries

Olive Grace Morgret - 2015-08-01
Addition - 2015-07-31
Karen L. Defibaugh - 2015-07-30
Olga Gates - 2015-07-29
Addition - 2015-07-29
Ethel M. Ford - 2015-07-28
Brandon Miles Hammel - 2015-07-28
Steven Hauer - 2015-07-27
Margaret N. Clapper - 2015-07-25
Frances A. Pensyl - 2015-07-25
Brian Scott Swope - 2015-07-25
Steven P. Hauer - 2015-07-25
Cards requested - 2015-07-25
Patty Contafio - 2015-07-24
Jane E. Manges - 2015-07-24
Edna E. Diehl - 2015-07-23
Harold D. Riggleman - 2015-07-23
Memorial Service - 2015-07-23
Merle D. Price - 2015-07-22
Richard Grant Barnes - 2015-07-21
Jamie (Allen) Vincent - 2015-07-21
Audrey Anne Witt - 2015-07-21
Jay D. Smith Jr. - 2015-07-20
Jerry L. Winfield - 2015-07-18
Jamie (Allen) Vincent - 2015-07-18
Jack D. Steele - 2015-07-18
Richard T. Henry - 2015-07-17
Donald C. Miller - 2015-07-17
Warren F. Evans - 2015-07-17
Marle M. Foor - 2015-07-17
Frederick M. Topper - 2015-07-16
James W. Maus - 2015-07-16
Mary E. Goetz - 2015-07-16
Calvin E. Vaneiken - 2015-07-16
Gary Lynn Sturtz - 2015-07-15
G. Edward Scritchfield - 2015-07-14

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State/National

First tidal power delivered

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Energy officials in Maine say a tidal power project is delivering... More...

Claimants: Penn State slow on Sandusky settlements

STATE COLLEGE,... More...

Q&A: Valuing sex abuse claims not simple

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Penn State already faces four lawsuits over the Jerry Sandusky... More...

World

U.S. braces for more violence from film

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration was caught by surprise by the ferocity of the... More...

Local Sports

Felix nets three for Bedford

Sam Felix could have been mistaken for a professional dancer on Thursday night. And his home soccer... More...

Bedford doubles finally get a win

Tennis is a sport which switching it up is a necessity. A player must adapt to switching shot... More...

Bison golf wins two

EVERETT — Bedford defeated Everett and Northern Bedford in a very close golf match on... More...

Worship

St. John’s Christian Church to hold picnic, dedication service

COMMUNITY picnic and dedication service will be hosted by St. John’s Christian Church,... More...

Time Ministries Church hosts fun day

Time Ministries Church (TMC) sponsored a Community Fun Day for Bedford County from 11 a. m. to 4 p.... More...