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April 24, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Ridge looking at $1.22 million deficit

FISHERTOWN — A preliminary 2013-14 budget for the Chestnut Ridge School District was... More...

Not a Christmas post card

Whitetail deer browse on tree buds in the Wood Lake Nature Center, following the most recent... More...

Special Sections

Local

Empty Bowls luncheon Saturday benefits Bedford County Food Bank

Empty Bowls Project luncheon to benefit the Bedford County Food Bank will be served from 11 a.m. to... More...

Police departments add drug receptacles

Three county police departments will become drop-off centers for prescription drugs through a... More...

Police search for Pa. woman’s remains; father-in-law jailed

HUNTINGDON,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Angry air travelers

On Monday, 1,500 air-traffic controllers — 10 percent of the total — were furloughed... More...

The language of terror

Terrorism is speech — speech that gathers its audience by killing innocents as theatrically... More...

State/National Sports

Locke outduels Hamels as Pirates top Phillies, 2-0

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Jeff Locke pitched six innings of two-hit ball and Gaby Sanchez homered... More...

Sabres control Penguins, stop their win streak

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Thomas Vanek scored twice, Ryan Miller stopped 40 shots and the Buffalo... More...

Flyers score 7 seconds apart in win over Bruins

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Matt Read and Oliver Lauridsen scored goals 7 seconds apart to lead the... More...

Bomb suspect influenced by radical

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the years before the Boston Marathon bombings, Tamerlan Tsarnaev fell... More...

Eichelberger talks about state revenue, liquor, lottery

SCHELLSBURG — State... More...

Help for uninsurables mired in political battle

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans are offering to bail out a financially strapped program in the... More...

Top of th' Morning

The state Department of Transportation will conduct a public meeting regarding replacement of the... More...

Obituaries

Marion E. Leonard - 2017-06-24
Warren C. Barkman Sr. - 2017-06-23
Vera V. Nave - 2017-06-23
Robert W. Davis - 2017-06-23
Merriam J. Smith - 2017-06-23
Paul E. Jones - 2017-06-22
Paul A. Wagoner - 2017-06-22
Sadie L. Riggs - 2017-06-22
Correction - 2017-06-22
Betty J. Conrath - 2017-06-21
Rosalie Grace Kunsman - 2017-06-21
Audry Mae Crawford - 2017-06-21
S. Lucille Weiser - 2017-06-21
Paul E. Jones - 2017-06-21
Joe W. Critchfield - 2017-06-20
Dorothy E. Myrick - 2017-06-20
Dennis Gene Sweeney - 2017-06-20
Barbara A. Diehl - 2017-06-20
Jerry Wayne Rogers - 2017-06-20
Patricia L. Hoppe - 2017-06-20
Anna Lee Stair - 2017-06-20
Craig Lavelle Horner - 2017-06-20
Barbara A. Diehl - 2017-06-19
Donna Lea (Carl) Hess - 2017-06-19
Ivan Lee Mack - 2017-06-19
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-17
Jay R. Walter - 2017-06-17
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-16
John Charles Lehman - 2017-06-15
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-15
Jeffery A. Morral - 2017-06-15
Roger D. Winesickle - 2017-06-15
Roger D. Winesickle - 2017-06-14
Thelma L. Clark - 2017-06-13
Mary E. Dodson - 2017-06-13
Virginia R. Hall - 2017-06-13
Stanley V. Shaffer - 2017-06-13
Eleanor M. Clark - 2017-06-12
Margaret L. Crock - 2017-06-12
Beatrice Louise Smith - 2017-06-12
Glenna M. Fisher - 2017-06-10
Péla N. Marisic - 2017-06-10
Kenneth R. Witt - 2017-06-10
Barbara Jean Kudasik - 2017-06-08
Nancy A. Beaumont - 2017-06-07
Dolores P. Mitchell - 2017-06-07
Robert J. Petrunyak - 2017-06-07
Harold Lloyd Anderson - 2017-06-06
Robert V. Foor - 2017-06-05
H. Roy Dively - 2017-06-05
Doris Ann Kauffman - 2017-06-05

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State/National

Sandusky charity to transfer programs

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — A judge has ruled that the Pennsylvania charity for troubled youths... More...

U.S. Customs plane helps stop 3,300 lbs. of cocaine

JACKONSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — U.S. customs officials say they helped law enforcement in Panama... More...

Pa. sees benefit in Medicaid

HARRISBURG,... More...

Local Sports

Lady Lions pull the ‘Tiger’ off their backs

FISHERTOWN — Fifth time a charm.  That phrase doesn’t quite roll off the tongue... More...

Ridge boys beat Fannett-Metal for third straight win

FISHERTOWN — Normally when you ask a coach about a leader on a team, they usually respond... More...

Flying Squirrels spoil Morton’s rehab in beating Curve

RICHMOND, Va. — Altoona kept up with Richmond in the hit column for a secondstraight night... More...