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February 14, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Lawmakers urged to rewrite immigration laws

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers who are shaping the fate of the millions of people in the U.S.... More...

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Magisterial District Judge H. Cyril Bingham Jr. has been... More...

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Library Hours

——— Hours for the Bedford County Library are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through... More...

Celebrating with the team

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Central court

The following defendants waived a preliminary hearing on criminal charges Wednesday, Feb. 6, in... More...

World

Pope celebrates last public Mass as pontiff

VATICAN CITY (AP) — With a humble ‘‘Grazie’’ as bishops doffed their... More...

Carnival cancels 12 more cruises

HOUSTON (AP) — Carnival Cruise Lines has canceled a dozen more planned voyages aboard the... More...

Guppies use ugly friends to seem attractive

LONDON (AP) — When it comes to mating, guppies treasure their ugly friends — because... More...

Local Sports

Chestnut Ridge claws out close one at Northern

LOYSBURG — The final minutes of Wednesday’s game between Chestnut Ridge and Northern... More...

Fleck ready for his second season of pro ball

It’s been quite a year for Claysburg graduate Kaleb Fleck.  He successfully completed... More...

Titans and Lady Hornets pick up home victories

Tussey Mountain 67,  Fannett-Metal 59  SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain Titans defeated... More...

Celebrating Ash Wednesday

Father Donald Dusza, of St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church in Bedford, distributes ashes Wednesday... More...

Claysburg looking to implement alert system

CLAYSBURG — Claysburg-Kimmel School District’s administration is looking into an alert... More...

Celebrities, activists protest Keystone XL pipeline from Canada

WASHINGTON (AP) — Celebrities and environmental activists, including lawyer Robert F. Kennedy... More...

Obituaries

Thomas E. Bingham - 2017-02-21
John E. Criswell - 2017-02-21
Grace A. Weimer - 2017-02-21
William M. Strayer Jr. - 2017-02-20
Dale L. Price - 2017-02-18
Nancy Green - 2017-02-18
Sandy M. Crawford - 2017-02-17
Sharon Sinclair-Snyder - 2017-02-17
Mary Jane Whitesell - 2017-02-17
Margaret F. Entrekin - 2017-02-17
L. Faith Horner - 2017-02-17
Jennifer (Angelo) Meck - 2017-02-16
Mark (Marck) Robinson - 2017-02-16
Ruby V. Shroyer - 2017-02-16
Thomas L. Spencer - 2017-02-14
Paul M. Calhoun - 2017-02-13
Richard A. May - 2017-02-13
Brent Allen Pensyl - 2017-02-13
Glen M. Johnson - 2017-02-11
Lois Mae Sollenberger - 2017-02-11
Stanley W. Corley Sr. - 2017-02-10
Michael Brady Rininger - 2017-02-10
Cheyanne Marie Powell - 2017-02-10
Dacota Emily Powell - 2017-02-10
Mark B. Atkinson - 2017-02-09
Shirley M. Conner - 2017-02-09
S. June Gosnell - 2017-02-09
Harold Grant Bishop - 2017-02-08
Arnold R. Miller - 2017-02-08
Minnie E. Miller - 2017-02-07
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-04
Mary Amelia Machtley - 2017-02-04
Erma Ruth Ling - 2017-02-04
Ronald W. Bingham - 2017-02-03
Carlton F. Rinker - 2017-02-03
Gary Francis Suggars - 2017-02-03
Roger A. Dodson - 2017-02-02
Geraldine A. Logsdon - 2017-02-02
Brenda J. Sacratini - 2017-02-02

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State/National

Bill to keep Penn State fine in Pa. approved

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A bill designed to ensure that only Pennsylvania benefits from a $60... More...

Corbett fights Open Records office over access

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) —... More...

Shuster says Obama has no real plan to help struggling families

U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster issued a response to President Obama’s State of the Union address,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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New purpose needed

When the most memorable moment of the capital’s State of the Union evening involves rising... More...

Drones and hypocrisy

I deology and personal tastes often can speak louder in politics than evidence or logic, and, yes,... More...

State/National Sports

Astros looking to start anew as members of AL West

KISSIMMEE,... More...

NFL ready for weather issues

NEW YORK (AP) — Super Bowl Monday. Super Bowl Wednesday.  Surely that sounds better than... More...

Raptors beat Knicks

NEW YORK (AP) — Reserve Alan Anderson scored 26 points in one of the few good offensive... More...