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December 28, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Kane win, Specter death marked Pa. politics in ’12

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Go Pink Boots

Saddle sore on a bike

There are few activities I attempt and few places I go that I don’t love in some way. I... More...

NBC FFA members earn Keystone Degree

Eight members of the Northern Bedford County High School FFA are recipients of the Keystone Degree.... More...

Senior Menus

The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Dec. 31-... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Mortgage debt help

Despite some signs of awakening in the long-dormant housing market, the Obama administration has... More...

A 2013 precap

Should auld acquaintance be forgot? How ‘bout the presidential campaign, the 112th Congress... More...

State/National Sports

LeBeau intends on returning to Steelers in 2013

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Armed with a promise from his beloved defensive coordinator that he... More...

Column: Set your DVR for Pro Bowl. Now. Seriously

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell warned players a while back that he was prepared to drop the Pro... More...

McElroy’s out, has concussion, Sanchez to start for Jets

FLORHAM PARK,... More...

County budget includes tax increase

The Bedford County commissioners passed the 2013 budget with a new millage rate for the upcoming... More...

Obama invites leaders to cliff talk

WASHINGTON (AP) — A deadline looming, President Barack Obama will meet with congressional... More...

Top of th' Morning

Two members of the Bedford County Development Association board have been reappointed. The Bedford... More...

Obituaries

Jeffrey A. Bauman - 2017-08-17
Charles F. DeMoss - 2017-08-17
U. Thomas Langham - 2017-08-17
Henry E. Leppert - 2017-08-16
Mary O. Snider - 2017-08-16
Paul W. Williams - 2017-08-16
Raymond E. Diehl - 2017-08-15
Eva M. Boyer - 2017-08-14
Ann H. Shaffer - 2017-08-12
Elizabeth Mae Stuby - 2017-08-12
Donald C. Lambert - 2017-08-11
Richard W. Heming - 2017-08-10
April T. Ross - 2017-08-10
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-09
Verna Lucille Ritchey - 2017-08-09
Laurence J. Mateljan - 2017-08-08
Daniel G. Pensyl - 2017-08-08
Ruth V. Dermer - 2017-08-07
Ruth Shuey Risser - 2017-08-07
Mary R. Page - 2017-08-07
Delores R. Thomas - 2017-08-07
Merriam J. Shab Smith - 2017-08-07
Andrew J. Domonkos - 2017-08-05
Steven R. Smith - 2017-08-05
Stanford P. Boyer - 2017-08-04
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-04
Barry J. Leighty, II - 2017-08-04
Richard Lee Ritchey - 2017-08-03
Obit correction - 2017-08-02
Robin M. Hillegas - 2017-08-01
Lois A. Knisely - 2017-08-01
Harry Max McDannell - 2017-07-31
Lillian M. Pepple - 2017-07-31
Janet M. Morgan - 2017-07-31
Theodore R. Eichler - 2017-07-29

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State/National

‘Shamokin State of Mind’ draws viewers

SELINSGROVE, Pa. (AP) — What do you get when you combine an entertaining Valley radio... More...

Bank donates to Build the Barn project

Susquehanna Bank has donated $500 to the “Build the Barn Community Project.” Accepting... More...

Retailers to recall 150,000 baby recliners

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Four national retailers agreed to recall more than 150,000 Nap Nanny baby... More...

World

U.S. shuts embassy in Central African Republic

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department has closed its embassy in the Central African Republic... More...

Nonprofit tech innovators inspire new philanthropy

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scott Harrison knows his charity has funded nearly 7,000 clean water... More...

Local Sports

Bedford, Everett into Holiday Hoops final

EVERETT — Bedford and Everett took different routes trying to get to Saturday’s... More...

Ridge boys roll past Westmont at Windber Tournament

WINDBER — There were many similarities between this season and last season for the Chestnut... More...

Tussey Mt. boys top United

JOHNSTOWN — The Tussey Mountain boys basketball team defeated United in first round action on... More...

Worship

Bedford Ministerium hosts church walk Sunday

CHURCH Walk will be hosted by the Bedford Ministerium Dec. 30. The walk will begin at 6 p.m. at the... More...

Women’s group helps restart D.C. soup kitchen

Representatives of the Women’s Fellowship of the Everett Church of the Brethren travelled to... More...