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November 14, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Bears, budgets, farmers top Congress to-do list

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bears and budgets top the list as Congress returned Tuesday from a... More...

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Tech center hosts blood drive

Bedford County Technical Center’s HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is hosting a... More...

Police

A Central City man and his passenger were not injured when they struck a deer. According to state... More...

Comics

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Local Sports

Lancaster Mennonite beats Bedford in state semi

Defending champion Blazers score 3-1 victory as Bisons finish 2012 at 21-2

CHAMBERSBURG — District 3 has long been known as the hotbed for soccer in the commonwealth of... More...

Sports Results

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13Boys SoccerPIAA Class AA Semifinals(3-2) Lancaster Mennonite 3, (5-1)Bedford... More...

State/National Sports

Sprained shoulder for Roethlisberger, timetable unknown

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger left Heinz Field on Monday night with his sprained right... More...

Pitt takes care of Lehigh in preseason NIT tournament

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tray Woodall scored a season-high 23 points and Talib Zanna tied a... More...

Johnson, Melvin picked as managers of the year

NEW YORK (AP) — Davey Johnson of the Washington Nationals, and Bob Melvin of the Oakland... More...

Certified assessment numbers ready

The Bedford County commissioners have completed their reviews and decisions on the 2012... More...

NBC moves forward with building plan

LOYSBURG — The Northern Bedford school board has decided to continue taking the necessary... More...

Tussey works on school policies, test scores

SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School Board announced multiple revisions to school policies... More...

Top of th' Morning

A Scout will receive his Eagle award tonight. Paul F. Jacobs, son of Catherine and Paul F. Jacobs... More...

Obituaries

Terry Lee Drews - 2015-05-28
Sebert Carl Weist Jr. - 2015-05-28
Edna Nellie Marlin - 2015-05-28
Samuel Irvin Way - 2015-05-28
R. Louise Fetter - 2015-05-27
Mary Alice Kemp - 2015-05-27
Carl M. Judy - 2015-05-27
Lois B. Hansen - 2015-05-26
Glen C. Tenley - 2015-05-23
Deborah M. Hammer - 2015-05-23
Janet L. Lumpkins - 2015-05-22
Lillian M. Replogle - 2015-05-22
Harry L. Ott - 2015-05-21
Vivian E. Horne - 2015-05-20
Clair W. Morgart - 2015-05-19
Raymond Francis Treml - 2015-05-19
Ann B. Wareham - 2015-05-19
Dr. Jean Ann Bialas - 2015-05-16
David H. O’Neal - 2015-05-16
Monica J. Wright - 2015-05-16
Carolyn Fox - 2015-05-15
Richard M. Blackburn - 2015-05-14
Larry D. Sipes - 2015-05-14
Joan H. Berkheimer - 2015-05-13
Dorsey David Musselman - 2015-05-13
Dixie L. Dunkle - 2015-05-13
Joyce E. Wambaugh - 2015-05-13
Larry R. Schrock - 2015-05-11
Christina J. White - 2015-05-11
Carlton L. Stair - 2015-05-11

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State/National

Expect increase in Thanksgiving traffic

NEW YORK (AP) — Slightly more Americans will hit the road this Thanksgiving, according to... More...

Thanksgiving travel seen up a bit

TALKING TURKEY: In its annual Thanksgiving travel forecast released Tuesday, AAA predicts 43.6... More...

Oil falls as demand growth slows

NEW YORK ( AP) — The price of oil fell slightly Tuesday after the International Energy Agency... More...

Editorial

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A waste of talent

There is this to be said about Gen. David Petraeus’ resignation after 38 years of exceptional... More...

No radical change for GOP

They lose and immediately the chorus begins. Republicans must change or die. A rump party of white... More...