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NRA study suggests schools have trained, armed staffers

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate gun control debate on the near horizon, a National Rifle... More...

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Local

Sixth grade band fest set for Friday

More than 180 sixth grade students from across the region will perform Friday evening when Chestnut... More...

Bedford man sought on assault charges, drug roundup case

A bench warrant has been issued for one of the “March Madness” drug roundup suspects... More...

Jail to get new HVAC unit

The Bedford County commissioners approved Tuesday a new heating/air conditioning unit for the... More...

World

N. Korea refuses entry to S. Korean workers

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Wednesday barred South Korean workers from entering... More...

Local Sports

Ridge girls rally past Southern in eight innings

WARFORDSBURG — Heading into the top of the eighth inning, Kristi Batzel double checked with... More...

Fulton County teams defeat local sides

McCONNELLSBURG — The Northern Bedford baseball team fell to McConnellsburg on Tuesday, 8-2.... More...

Sports Results

TUESDAY, APRIL 2BaseballSouthern Fulton 10, Chestnut Ridge 0(5 innings)Claysburg-Kimmel at West... More...

State/National Sports

Sabres snap Pens winning streak

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Good periods. Bad ones. It didn’t matter much to the Pittsburgh... More...

Pirates bucking usual lineup trend

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Clint Hurdle understands he’s breaking with baseball convention by... More...

Pitt losing three athletes from teams

PITTSBURGH (AP) — It’s one and done for Pittsburgh center Steven Adams and guard Trey... More...

Too cold for cherry blossoms

Visitors walk around the Tidal Basin in Washington D.C.... More...

Funds will help county preserve criminal files

The state’s court system is ponying up funds to help Bedford County’s... More...

United Way gears up for ‘Day of Caring’

The United Way of Bedford County wants to help community members in need get ready for spring. The... More...

Top of th' Morning

A man with a handgun held up a jewelry store in Snake Spring Township Tuesday afternoon. State... More...

Obituaries

Donald E. Kelly - 2014-08-28
Jack L. Seek - 2014-08-28
Duane Eugene Watson - 2014-08-28
Jeffrey W. Felton - 2014-08-27
Kenneth C. Miller Jr. - 2014-08-27
George R. Bender - 2014-08-26
Vello Nolvak - 2014-08-26
Caryl E. Baraniak - 2014-08-23
Gloria J. Sturtz - 2014-08-23
Larry Milton Corbin - 2014-08-23
C. Robert Daugherty - 2014-08-23
Floyd Dale Murphy - 2014-08-22
Robert E. Belles - 2014-08-21
Linda Susan Wolfe - 2014-08-21
James R. Wallace - 2014-08-21
Cletis Ray Elliott - 2014-08-20
James L. Tenley - 2014-08-20
Rev. F. Louis Barth - 2014-08-19
James W. Sinclair - 2014-08-19
F. LaRue Martz - 2014-08-19
Herbert D. Hall - 2014-08-18
Connie R. Penrod - 2014-08-18
Karen D. Price - 2014-08-18
Maxine V. Frazier - 2014-08-15
Helena G. Bollman - 2014-08-14
Romaine W. Hrivnak - 2014-08-14
Chalmer L. Sell - 2014-08-14
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-13
Mary Round Pavlov - 2014-08-13
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-12
Fred E. Steele - 2014-08-11
Max D. Valentine - 2014-08-11
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-09
Betty L. Kegg - 2014-08-09

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State/National

Sierra snow half of normal

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Consecutive dry winters in the Sierra are setting the stage for another... More...

Honolulu feels record lows

HONOLULU (AP) — People in Hawaii are donning sweaters and long-sleeve shirts as winds from... More...

Marker approved for 1869 mine disaster

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) — The site of a northeastern Pennsylvania mine disaster that claimed... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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The honest cost of war

The Iraq war was going to pay for itself from Iraqi oil revenues, according to senior Bush... More...

Fiscal Holy Grail

The proposition that entitlement curbs are the key to maintaining national solvency is widely... More...