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December 17, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Crop insurance target of ‘cliff’ deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rural lawmakers worry that $9 billion in annual federal crop insurance... More...

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Mann-Monroe gives to shelter

These Mann-Monroe Elementary School students donated items to the Bedford County Humane Society as... More...

Police

A teen driver was hurt in an automobile crash last week in South Woodbury Township. The 17- year-... More...

Whose Children These?

Based on “What Child Is This?” by William C. Dix, 1865, To Greensleeves, traditional English melody.

Whose children these, who laid to rest,Tear every heart in weeping?Whose children these, God, tell... More...

Local Sports

Gabriel, Easter place second at King of the Mountain

MILL HALL — The King of the Mountain is one of the premier high school wrestling tournaments... More...

Ridge’s Dibert wins his 100th as Lions win tourney

MOUNT CARMEL — Chestnut Ridge rolled to a tournament championship by placing 12 wrestlers in... More...

HOPE for Hyndman’s Bennett captures Sheetz title

CRESSON — HOPE for Hyndman’s Jake Bennett was the only champion for a team from the... More...

Obama offers ‘prayers of nation’

NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) — He spoke for a nation in sorrow, but the slaughter of all those little... More...

Schools here wait for reaction

Superintendents of local schools said they will meter whether students need to talk about... More...

Top of th' Morning

Everett Area School District has been awarded a $15,000 grant through the Safe Schools Targeted... More...

Obituaries

Mildred A. Clapper - 2014-10-21
Alvin P. Doyle - 2014-10-21
Ronald Walter Houck - 2014-10-20
Doris (Himmler) Taylor - 2014-10-20
Ralph Bryce Means - 2014-10-18
June H. Imler - 2014-10-17
Pearl A. Fritz - 2014-10-16
Mabel R. Wallace - 2014-10-16
William S. Diehl - 2014-10-15
Mark A. Graham - 2014-10-14
Ann L. Wambaugh - 2014-10-14
Paul D. Von Stein - 2014-10-13
Maxine Snyder Akers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-11
Geraldine Feathers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-10
John S. Folk - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-09
Richard F. Shimer - 2014-10-09
Loretta R. Garlock - 2014-10-09
Joseph A. Bomblosky - 2014-10-08
Erla M. Diehl - 2014-10-08
James M. Hall Jr. - 2014-10-08
Martha Ann (Koons) Lau - 2014-10-08
Beatrice C. Lutton - 2014-10-08
H. Lee McVicker - 2014-10-08
Betty M. Peake - 2014-10-08
Linda Ann Sponsler - 2014-10-08
Steven H. Colledge - 2014-10-07
Ruby R McKee - 2014-10-07
James Edward Johnson - 2014-10-07
Clair F. Ritchey - 2014-10-07
Michael H. Windows - 2014-10-07
Earl R. Beck - 2014-10-06
Lori L. Claar - 2014-10-06
Howard Will - 2014-10-06
Gretchen D. Perrin - 2014-10-04
Mary Virginia Wiles - 2014-10-04
Bertha M. Felten - 2014-10-02
Ryan Ray Habinyak - 2014-10-02
James Lee Pittman - 2014-10-02

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State/National

Bon-Ton fined for drawstring error

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bon- Ton Stores Inc. has agreed to pay a $ 450,000 penalty for failing... More...

Special delivery for Indiana Jones

CHICAGO (AP) — University of Chicago officials are puzzled by a mystery piece of mail... More...

Pa. industries at odds with efforts to save bats

PITTSBURGH (AP) — More than 99 percent of Pennsylvania’s bats have died from white-nose... More...

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In the aftermath

I t seems incomprehensible that a person would walk into an elementary school and open fire on... More...

Part-time too often norm

Maybe by 2050, most Americans will be unpaid interns. They will go to work for the honor of being... More...

State/National Sports

Cowboys shock Steelers with overtime victory

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Brandon Carr found a way to silence thousands of Terrible... More...

PSU grapplers roll past Lock Haven

UNIVERSITY PARK — The Penn State wrestling team, holding the No. 1 spot on Intermat’s... More...

Seven schools leaving Big East to build hoops conference

The seven Big East schools that don’t play major college football are separating from the... More...