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October 24, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Obama, Romney in sprint to Election Day

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — The endgame at hand, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney... More...

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Local

Tussey honors students of the month

These students were selected as the September Student of the Month award winners for the Tussey... More...

Heroes visit patients

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The patients at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh were barely awake... More...

Miami school district wins prestigious prize

MIAMI (AP) — One of the country’s most prestigious education awards has been awarded to... More...

Local Sports

HOPE for Hyndman, Chestnut Ridge teams are winners

HYNDMAN — In their final game of the season before playoffs this Saturday, HOPE for Hyndman... More...

Chestnut Ridge girls finish unbeaten

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge defeated Northern Bedford in three games on Tuesday night,... More...

McCabe places 24th

YORK — Northern Bedford’s... More...

NBC tables decision on building project

LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford County school board members came close to calling off any further... More...

Shirey gets life for 2011 murder

A Maryland man blamed the shotgun killing of his ex-wife’s fiancé in 2011 on anger during... More...

Ridge schools fail to meet PSSA AYP benchmarks

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge School Board received the 2012 PSSA results during their... More...

Top of th' Morning

Carol Snyder of Bedford will serve on the Bedford County Library board. The Bedford County... More...

Obituaries

William H. Spade - 2018-05-23
Luella Dorothea Kraft - 2018-05-22
Mark Edward McConnell - 2018-05-22
Melvin E. Miller - 2018-05-22
Rita M. Rose-Grine - 2018-05-22
Michael F. Amick Sr. - 2018-05-21
Ruth B. Wilson - 2018-05-21
Clad D. Clark - 2018-05-21
James C. Brough - 2018-05-19
Jeffrey Neil Jonovich - 2018-05-19
John M. Miller - 2018-05-19
Jude A. Donatelli - 2018-05-19
Frances E. Defibaugh - 2018-05-18
Ethel P. Ranker - 2018-05-18
Steve Furmanchick - 2018-05-18
Richard Kund - 2018-05-18
John M. Miller - 2018-05-18
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-17
Troy R. Mickel - 2018-05-17
Christopher Marshall - 2018-05-17
George H. Roberts - 2018-05-17
Doreen M. Edwards - 2018-05-14
Freda M. Endress - 2018-05-14
Carlyn Lee Williams - 2018-05-14
Memorial Service - 2018-05-14
Don ‘Pa’ Stewart - 2018-05-12
Wayne W. Baughman - 2018-05-12
Jeffrey L. Whisel - 2018-05-12
Edward L. Wolford - 2018-05-12
Barry John Fluke, Sr. - 2018-05-12
Jessie Loretta Deni - 2018-05-10
Galen C. Carson - 2018-05-09
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-09
Beverly Oakes - 2018-05-09
Ruth M. Hoppe - 2018-05-08
Joseph F. Croyle - 2018-05-07
Paul W. Butler - 2018-05-05
Peter Elijah Emerick - 2018-05-04
Glenda Stickel - 2018-05-04
Martha Price - 2018-05-04
Memorial Service - 2018-05-04

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State/National

Barges stuck in Monongahela

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Authorities say a tugboat and some barges became stuck across the... More...

Hershey to tear down old factory

HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) — The Hershey Co. plans to tears down part of the chocolate factory built... More...

Eco groups ask Pa. to change drill/water policy

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Fourteen environmental groups have asked Republican Gov. Tom Corbett to... More...

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World in 90 minutes

I n Monday night’s foreign policy debate, GOP candidate Mitt Romney did what conventional... More...

The great gaffe

‘A nd the suggestion that anybody in my team, whether the secretary of state, our U.... More...

State/National Sports

Short-handed Steelers are getting healthier

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Maurkice Pouncey is expected to return to the Steelers’ lineup on... More...

World Series features well-rested Tigers, well-tested Giants

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jim Leyland and the Detroit Tigers found out the hard way that rest... More...

Despite birthday, O’Brien focuses PSU on OSU

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. ( AP) — Didn’t get Bill O’Brien a birthday... More...