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April 17, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Game commission expands pheasant season

The spring meeting for the Pennsylvania Game Commission expanded the season for pheasant hunters... More...

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Bedford Police are trying to find the owners of several items of recovered stolen property. Police... More...

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Police

A Riddlesburg woman was injured when she crashed her vehicle in Hopewell Township. State police... More...

Ridge gets preliminary cafeteria budget

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge School Board received the preliminary cafeteria budget at... More...

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World

Chavez heir accuses U.S. of violence

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela’s president-elect blamed the opposition Tuesday for... More...

‘Massive’ quake hits Iran-Pakistan border

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — An earthquake toppled homes and shops on both sides of the Iran-Pakistan... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg leaves too many on, loses 8-3 to Valley

CLAYSBURG — After recording just two hits against Bellwood-Antis on Monday, the... More...

Northern’s Pressel breaks school mark in high jump

McCONNELLSBURG — The boys and girls track and field teams from Northern Bedford swept... More...

Everett, Northern win league games

WATERFALL — The Everett Warrior baseball team defeated Forbes Road on Tuesday, 7-4.  The... More...

National Library Week celebrated

Bob Zemanski tells the story of Rumplestiltskin to a group of elementary aged children Tuesday... More...

Claysburg man in jail for murder hopes for new trial

A Claysburg man serving a life sentence for the murder of his estranged girlfriend more than 16... More...

Senate to vote on gun background check bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate set a long-awaited vote for Wednesday on a bipartisan plan for... More...

Obituaries

Ronald V. Hixson - 2017-01-17
Ronald M. Brown - 2017-01-16
Charles E. Fleegle - 2017-01-16
Louise Martz - 2017-01-16
Lorraine K. Lewis - 2017-01-16
Shirley L. Hann - 2017-01-14
Marilyn A. Knisley - 2017-01-14
Barbara Jean Smith - 2017-01-14
Brenda J. Varner - 2017-01-14
Audrey J. Dabbs - 2017-01-13
Marjorie F. Bellfy - 2017-01-12
Robert B. Custer - 2017-01-12
Anita L. Cooper - 2017-01-12
Justin L. Cottle - 2017-01-11
Kenneth J. Ott - 2017-01-11
Bernice E. Clapper - 2017-01-10
Mary Katheryn Miller - 2017-01-10
Helen Grace Collare - 2017-01-09
Charles Park Feathers - 2017-01-09
Joyce L. Winter - 2017-01-09
McCall Joseph Dunn - 2017-01-09
Lotteries - 2017-01-09
Joyce L. Corle - 2017-01-07
Robert Lee Ringler - 2017-01-07
Joyce L. Winter - 2017-01-07
V. Ronald Baker - 2017-01-06
Penny Elaine Roberts - 2017-01-06
Catharine Marie Smith - 2017-01-06
Max Harper Fix - 2017-01-05
Dorothy M. Stiffler - 2017-01-05
Mary Ann Ott - 2017-01-05
Allen L. Zimmerman - 2017-01-05
Robert ‘Bob’ Sipes - 2017-01-05
William E. Lepley - 2017-01-05
James Baumgarner - 2017-01-03
Robert B. Custer - 2017-01-03
John S. 'Pete' Imler - 2017-01-03
George B. Bango - 2017-01-03
Robert Dean Felix - 2017-01-03
Robert D. McCoy - 2017-01-03
Linda Meyers - 2017-01-03
Freda R. (Nave) Cottle - 2017-01-03
Jolene Faith Zimmerman - 2017-01-03
Mary Jane Brumbaugh - 2016-12-31
Frances Whitfield - 2016-12-31
Virginia Ruth Fletcher - 2016-12-31
Sarah M. Gunsallus - 2016-12-31

Regional Classifieds
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  • Bedford DBHS is recruiting for direct care staff to work in a residential setting. No experience needed. Excellent benefit package, paid vacation, sick and holidays for full time. Part-time opportunities also available. Please contact Bobbie Jo at 814-623-4877. EOE
  • For Rent- Bedford Borough-2BDR house, $640/month. Mile Level- 2BDR mobile home, $500/month. Security deposits and references required. (814)977-1019
  • Saxton Treasure - Emporium - Crafts, Antiques & Furnishings Vendor spaces available! Winter Hours: Tue-Sat: 10-4; Sunday 12-3 Closed Monday 800 Main Street, Saxton, PA (814)635-2152
  • THIS NEW CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN CREATED TO ACCOMMODATE LEGAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES Deadline for legal notices to appear in this classification will be 11 a.m. of the preceding day.
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  • Cook & Ice Cream Attendant Weekends, Days, Nights. Some benefits. Pay increase every 6 months. Must be self-motivated. Apply at: Mike's Place, Clearville (814)784-5011
  • 2-BR TOWNHOUSE- Chestnut Ridge School District. 1-1/2 bath, large kitchen. No dogs. Good credit required. $600/mo. Phone 814-494-0291 between 10am-7pm.

State/National

Spring storm brings snow to Rockies, Plains

DENVER ( AP) — A slow moving spring storm is bringing much-needed moisture to parts of the... More...

Pittsburgh has bald eagle chick

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Researchers say the presumed birth of a bald eagle chick in southeastern... More...

Corbett winds up South America trade mission

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett was headed home Tuesday from a 10-day... More...

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Vulnerability, strenghths

The festive national flags at the finish line of the Boston Marathon had barely stopped flapping... More...

Appearance of reform

Well, at least we’re starting to get the procedure right. Washington has rediscovered the... More...

State/National Sports

Weather halts Pirates-Cardinals game early

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Rain has wiped out Tuesday night’s game between the... More...

Running tributes abound, from Boston to the Bay Area

Thousands of miles from the Boston Marathon bombings, distance runners shared in the sorrow. ... More...

Marathon a go in 2014

BOSTON ( AP) — Boston Marathon organizers vowed to continue the race next year, calling the... More...