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December 14, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

States decide on health care

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nineteen states have turned down the Obama administration’s... More...

Top of th' Morning

A portion of Juliana Street will be closed Saturday afternoon for the “Family Fun... More...

Special Sections

Local

St. Thomas students ready for show

Students at the St. Thomas school had a dress rehearsal Thursday morning for their annual Christmas... More...

Police

The victims of an arson are seeking... More...

Comics

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Local Sports

Ridge wrestlers dismantle North Star, 60-11

BOSWELL — Dustin Bence wasn’t sure he would see Luke Lepley on the other side of the... More...

Juniata Valley slips past Everett grapplers, 40-37

EVERETT — Juniata Valley and Everett each won seven bouts on Thursday, but the Green Hornets... More...

Turnovers lead Bishop Guilfoyle over Bedford, 55-40

Despite outscoring Bishop Guilfoyle in the second and third quarter, Bedford could not overcome a... More...

Obama, Boehner meet on ‘fiscal cliff’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Face to face with time running short, President Barack Obama and Republican... More...

Duo forgo meal to help out food bank

Organizers of the Community Christmas Dinner that provided many hundreds of free turkey dinners to... More...

NBC gathers pennies for ‘Paradise’

LOYSBURG — The fund drive to support the “Return to Panther Paradise” for... More...

Obituaries

Donald C. Gallagher - 2015-09-04
Robert F. Taylor - 2015-09-04
Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-03
Edna E. Kennedy - 2015-09-03
George E. Lightner - 2015-09-03
Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-02
Helen J. Wertz - 2015-09-02
Earl Brown Jr. - 2015-09-01
Darrell S. Dodson - 2015-09-01
Jason Wyatt Mearkle - 2015-09-01
Charles R. Collins - 2015-09-01
Lawrence Duvall - 2015-09-01
Marjorie B. Stultz - 2015-09-01
Mildred E. Miller - 2015-09-01
Linda Ann Keys - 2015-09-01
Gladyse V. Brown - 2015-08-31
James ‘Jim’ Reid - 2015-08-31
Gary L. McVicker - 2015-08-28
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-28
Doris O. Abbott - 2015-08-27
Dorothy M. Fouse - 2015-08-27
Lois L. Welsh-Collins - 2015-08-27
Richard John Cottle - 2015-08-27
Memorial service - 2015-08-27
Veryl Walden Fluke - 2015-08-26
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-26
Top of th' Morning - 2015-08-26
Philemon Richard Davis - 2015-08-25
Marie B. Clouse - 2015-08-24
Raymond J. Glass - 2015-08-24
Ruth L. Cornell - 2015-08-24
Elsie Louise Leydig - 2015-08-24
Robert M. Rider - 2015-08-24
Richard L. Beisel - 2015-08-22
Carrie Louise Ward - 2015-08-22
James L. Brallier - 2015-08-22
Richard Woodrow Corle - 2015-08-22
Joan E. (Johnson) Dove - 2015-08-21
Delores May Tuttle - 2015-08-21
Marilla C. (Gram) Foor - 2015-08-21
Edward D. Gracey - 2015-08-20
Frank R. Pearcy Jr. - 2015-08-19
Rodney Belles - 2015-08-18
Homer J. Troutman - 2015-08-18
Starla Joy Martin - 2015-08-18
Judith Joy Replogle - 2015-08-18
Marion S. Rinard - 2015-08-18
Edward L. Burtnett - 2015-08-17
Garland B. Poland - 2015-08-17
Russell Melvin Taylor - 2015-08-17

Regional Classifieds
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  • FOR SALE
  • 1992 COLONIAL MOBILE HOME, 12x70, 3 bedrooms, 1 master bath, 1 regular bath. Phone 814-977-4414.
  • WHIRLPOOL 19.1 cu.ft. upright freezer, $325. G.E. 4-burner stove, $145. Mastic 4 1/2' Dutchlape vinyl siding, $3.00/piece. Phone 814-624-0269.
  • SCHOOL VAN DRIVERS
  • CLOSE TO EVERETT- Small mobile home suitable for 1-or-2 people. Off-street parking. Stove/refrigerator, sewerage/water furnished. No pets. $425/mo. Security. 814-652-5226.
  • 1-BEDROOM, second floor Apartment in town. Appliances, heat, trash and off-street parking included. Lease and security deposit required. Call 814-623-8414 or 814-977-0323.
  • TULLS HILL- Small mobile home, suitable for one or two persons, stove and refrigerator; sewerage, water furnished. Some furniture. 814-285-7654.
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State/National

Christmas, New Year’s travel busiest in 6 years

NEW YORK (AP) — This Christmas travel season could be the busiest in six years, with AAA... More...

Lottery deal could yield big payout

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Consultants to Gov. Tom Corbett’s move to privatize the... More...

Judge: Arson suspect’s statement legal

A motion to suppress the statement made by the defendant in an arson case was denied because his... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Paying more for health

Health coverage remains a major drag on wages and jobs. The average total cost to provide health... More...

Becoming more diverse

We are not the same people we were, and the cultural and political ramifications are... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers rookie Beachum is learning on the fly

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Kelvin Beachum and David DeCastro were separated by 224 picks — and... More...

Bryant says he is playing

IRVING, Texas ( AP) — Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant says he will play with a broken... More...

AP Source: Big East basketball schools plan breakaway

NEW YORK (AP) — The Big East is headed for another break up. This time, the seven prominent... More...

Worship

Area churches host Christmas musicals, plays, cantatas

“JESUS Loves Fruitcakes” will be presented at 7 p.m. Dec. 21 and Dec. 22 at the... More...

Christmas cantata set for Dec. 16

The adult and youth choirs of St. John’s Evangelical & Reformed United Church of Christ,... More...

Glory Way Quartet in concert

Glory Way Quartet will present a concert at the Everett Seventh- day Adventist Church, 203 Drive-... More...