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May 10, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Homeschooled student aids Players with senior project

A home-schooled teen from Everett incorporated her love of performing and passion for a local... More...

Top of th' Morning

Young at Heart softball game and home run derby is next Thursday. Rain resulted in postponement of... More...

Special Sections

Local

C-K sets staff, sports admissions

CLAYSBURG — Claysburg Kimmel hired staff for the summer and approved game help and admission... More...

Veterans Memorial Walk set for June 2 this year

The weekend has been changed but the goal of helping veterans remains the same for the second... More...

Farm market

MORRISONS COVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION Martinsburg May 6, 2013... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

U.S. fiscal picture

Fiscal fanatics, budget obsessives and other devotees of federal fine print who had looked forward... More...

Military sexual assault

Raise your hand if you, like me, have a hard time understanding why the military seems powerless to... More...

State/National Sports

Pens rout Islanders, take 3-2 lead

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Tomas Vokoun stopped 31 shots in his first playoff start in six years and... More...

Pirates fall as Mets score a ninth-inning run

NEW YORK (AP) — Center fielder Juan Lagares robbed Andrew McCutchen of a goahead hit in the... More...

Wrestling tackles politics to return to Olympics

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Wrestling’s fight to get back into the Olympics is as much about... More...

Pa. Turnpike looks to foreign investors

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Foreign investors could provide $200 million to help connect the... More...

Boston bombing suspect buried

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — The body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was... More...

Tanker fire closes I-81

HARRISBURG,... More...

Obituaries

Ellamay Barefoot - 2016-07-27
Mary L. Kauffman - 2016-07-27
Bonnie L. Crawford - 2016-07-27
Wendell Lee Adams - 2016-07-26
Deborah Sue Grimes - 2016-07-26
Patricia Rosenthal - 2016-07-26
Gary L. Strayer III - 2016-07-26
Phyllis Ann Wallace - 2016-07-26
David Eugene Adams - 2016-07-25
David F. Fluke - 2016-07-25
Gerald F. Grasser - 2016-07-23
Almeda V. Korns - 2016-07-23
Kenneth Clair Machtley - 2016-07-22
Annetta Faith Snyder - 2016-07-22
Warren Stufft - 2016-07-22
Kenneth C. Machtley - 2016-07-21
Gerald F. Shaw - 2016-07-20
W. Clifford Elder - 2016-07-19
Reo M. Hechler - 2016-07-16
Charles D. Mentzer - 2016-07-16
Romaine M. Bingham - 2016-07-15
James T. Miller - 2016-07-15
Wanetia L. Hughes - 2016-07-15
John R. Colyer - 2016-07-14
James T. Miller - 2016-07-14
Marvin A. Weicht - 2016-07-14
Keith A. Stuart - 2016-07-14
Ruth E. Eichelberger - 2016-07-13
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-13
Joseph A. Imler Sr. - 2016-07-13
Kevin D. Clark - 2016-07-13
Laura S. Smith - 2016-07-13
Bertha Eichelberger - 2016-07-12
Glenn A. Layton - 2016-07-12
Leota Amelia Fink - 2016-07-12
Gary V. Wentz - 2016-07-12
Ella E. Snyder - 2016-07-12
William H. Schaeffer - 2016-07-11
Miriam J. Moore - 2016-07-11
M. Larue Keibler - 2016-07-11
Robert L. Frazier - 2016-07-09
Sandra L. McConahy - 2016-07-09
Dale Sherman Grimes - 2016-07-08

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State/National

Judge defends Melvin sentence

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — A judge is defending his decision to sentence former state Supreme Court... More...

Feds: Hackers stole $45M in ATM card breach

NEW YORK ( AP) — A worldwide gang of criminals stole a total of $45 million in a matter of... More...

NYC weighs letting many non-citizens vote

NEW YORK (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of immigrants could get the right to vote in New York... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg scores early, beats Northern Bedford

CLAYSBURG — Neither Trey Claar or Eric Grace was going to need much offense from their... More...

Windber claims D5 Team Tennis title

JOHNSTOWN — For the second straight year, there was a team who has never won the District 5... More...

Curve defeat Squirrels, 9-8, as Walker doubles in rehab stint

ALTOONA — The Curve pounded out nine runs on 15 hits on Thursday night to defeat the Richmond... More...

Worship

Youth group hosts Red Cross CPR, first aid course

YOUTH GROUP of the United Church of Schellsburg United Church of Christ is hosting an American Red... More...

Chancel Choir to present annual concert

The Chancel Choir of the Bedford United Methodist Church will present its annual concert on May 19... More...

Fellowship Quartet concert is May 11

Fellowship Quartet will present a free concert at 7:30 p.m. May 11 at the United Church of... More...

Everett VFW Post 2088

Pittsburgh Dental Sleep Medicine

Bobcat of Martinsburg

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