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September 15, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Bedford United Way sets goal of $165,000

After two successful years of exceeding the campaign goal, the United Way of Bedford County has set... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Everett Free Library will be closed during the week of Sept. 17-22 for installation of... More...

Special Sections

Local

Garden goodness and mystery squash

The garden came up well enough this year. The zucchinis were plentiful, until the blight got the... More...

Touchdown!

Full Story

Fashions of the 1750s to 1880s featured at Village

If you’ve ever wanted to dress up like Scarlett O’Hara, now is your chance at 100 Years... More...

Local Sports

Northern Bedford’s defense stymies Everett

EVERETT — Defense wins championships. That phrase will have to wait a couple of months if it... More...

Juniata Valley rallies past Claysburg on last-minute score

CLAYSBURG — Usually speaking, the team that keeps the momentum rolling from start to finish... More...

Tussey’s miscues allow Mo Valley to win, 25-12

AMESVILLE — A punt snapped over the punter’s head. A fumble on the secondhalf kickoff.... More...

State/National Sports

MLB Standings

National League East Division W... More...

Eastern League

First Round(Best-of-5)Akron 3, Bowie 2Wednesday, Sep. 5: Bowie 4, Akron 2Thursday, Sep. 6: Bowie 7,... More...

Pirate Box

CUBS 7, PIRATES 4 Pittsburgh Chicago... More...

Rising gas prices crimp U.S. spending

WASHINGTON (AP) — Higher gas prices are crimping consumer spending and slowing the... More...

Bedford woman killed in accident

State police identified the woman killed in a Thursday night collision in Bedford Township and... More...

Waste sites added to Superfund list

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency added 12 hazardous waste sites to the... More...

Schools promote ‘Whiteout Against Bullying’

A group of Everett fans, wearing white shirts, cheer before Friday’s home football game with... More...

Obituaries

Donald R. Horton - 2014-07-19
James B. MacRae - 2014-07-19
Clarifications - 2014-07-17
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-16
William C. Plummer - 2014-07-16
Louise Rohm - 2014-07-16
Paul V. Dorner - 2014-07-15
James Vincent Froelich - 2014-07-14
Sophia Marie Heath - 2014-07-14
Gaila D. Shoemaker - 2014-07-14
Ricky W. Vanmeter - 2014-07-14
John A. Glodek Jr. - 2014-07-12
Wayne C. Arnold - 2014-07-11
C. Oliver Knisely - 2014-07-10
Ralph J. Bair - 2014-07-09
Robert A. Hinson - 2014-07-09
Mary Lou Johnson - 2014-07-09
Donald R. Leader - 2014-07-09
Robert L. Mellott - 2014-07-09
Michael D. McAllister - 2014-07-08
Ann E. Tate - 2014-07-08
Harold Samuel Tipton - 2014-07-08
Joetta June Tipton - 2014-07-08
Ronald A. Ward Sr. - 2014-07-08
Kenneth M. Williams - 2014-07-08
Gerald Ivan Davis - 2014-07-07
Helen G. Miller - 2014-07-07
James D. Frye - 2014-07-05
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-05
Dr. John Vere Risser - 2014-07-05
Emma Jeanne Sams - 2014-07-05
Ralph R. Stone - 2014-07-05
John Willis Zembower - 2014-07-05
Lois Ann Webster - 2014-07-03
Annabell L. Nicodemus - 2014-07-02
Shirley Faye Bintliff - 2014-07-01
Russell P. Penner - 2014-07-01

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State/National

Test: Most student writers still not proficient

Students who have access to computers at home and regularly use them for assignments are more... More...

PSU trustees promise close look at Freeh changes

STATE COLLEGE,... More...

Pirates lose 7th straight

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs are becoming quite a problem for the Pittsburgh... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

This picture of the sons of Abe and Ida (Imler) Hengst of Osterburg was taken in December 1920.... More...

Quietly approved

Believe it or not, this is news: The House, quietly and without rancor, on Thursday passed a $500... More...

Missteps getting scary

The prospect of Mitt Romney as president is becoming a scary prospect as he works to convince us... More...