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May 11, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Icy Arctic rising as economic, security hot spot

WASHINGTON (AP) — The icy Arctic is emerging as a global economic hot spot — and one... More...

Top of th' Morning

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive will be held by the Bedford and Everett Post Offices... More...

Special Sections

Local

Responsibility

It’s all there in black and white: If you go to the website goshakes.org (a new theater... More...

What a wisteria

A wisteria plant has invaded this huge pine tree outside the home of Colleen Stutzman of... More...

Join Team Willow

Little Willow has found a loving home, but you can support shelter dogs by joining “Team... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

It’s not likely mom will be wearing a hat like this when she goes out for Mother’s Day... More...

Paper puts out fires

Hillary Clinton should take these two words to heart: “document dump.” This is a tested... More...

See something, say so

We live in a culture caught between “if you see something, say something” and... More...

State/National Sports

Crosby, Tavares facing off in series and Hart

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — For five games, Sidney Crosby and John Tavares have been on opposite... More...

Pirates get early edge, hold off Mets

NEW YORK (AP) — Garrett Jones hit a three-run homer — a call that was correctly... More...

Garcia has a lead at The Players

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. ( AP) — The Players Championship already provides plenty of theater... More...

Worship

Tull’s Hill Bible Church will celebrate 100th anniversary in late June

Tull’s Hill Bible Church will celebrate its 100th anniversary during the weekend of June 21-... More...

Spire marks WTC milestone

NEW YORK (AP) — The World Trade Center’s rebirth has long revolved around creating a... More...

Tireless advocate for literacy, environment remembered

A long-time advocate for the environment, good government and literacy, Marietta Plank was one of... More...

Obituaries

Donald R. Horton - 2014-07-19
James B. MacRae - 2014-07-19
Clarifications - 2014-07-17
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-16
William C. Plummer - 2014-07-16
Louise Rohm - 2014-07-16
Paul V. Dorner - 2014-07-15
James Vincent Froelich - 2014-07-14
Sophia Marie Heath - 2014-07-14
Gaila D. Shoemaker - 2014-07-14
Ricky W. Vanmeter - 2014-07-14
John A. Glodek Jr. - 2014-07-12
Wayne C. Arnold - 2014-07-11
C. Oliver Knisely - 2014-07-10
Ralph J. Bair - 2014-07-09
Robert A. Hinson - 2014-07-09
Mary Lou Johnson - 2014-07-09
Donald R. Leader - 2014-07-09
Robert L. Mellott - 2014-07-09
Michael D. McAllister - 2014-07-08
Ann E. Tate - 2014-07-08
Harold Samuel Tipton - 2014-07-08
Joetta June Tipton - 2014-07-08
Ronald A. Ward Sr. - 2014-07-08
Kenneth M. Williams - 2014-07-08
Gerald Ivan Davis - 2014-07-07
Helen G. Miller - 2014-07-07
James D. Frye - 2014-07-05
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-05
Dr. John Vere Risser - 2014-07-05
Emma Jeanne Sams - 2014-07-05
Ralph R. Stone - 2014-07-05
John Willis Zembower - 2014-07-05
Lois Ann Webster - 2014-07-03
Annabell L. Nicodemus - 2014-07-02
Shirley Faye Bintliff - 2014-07-01
Russell P. Penner - 2014-07-01

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State/National

Post office had $1.9 billion loss

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service said Friday it lost $1.9 billion over the last... More...

Control towers to remain open

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration will keep open for now the 149 control... More...

Letter suggests Kilmer’s ‘Trees’ was penned in New Jersey

MAHWAH, N.J. (AP) — A historian says New Jersey can lay claim to the trees Joyce Kilmer found... More...

World

Woman rescued from Bangladesh ruins

SAVAR, Bangladesh (AP) — For 17 days, the seamstress lay trapped in a dark basement pocket... More...

Boston bombing suspect buried in Virginia

DOSWELL,... More...

Space station leaking ammonia coolant

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two astronauts will make a hastily planned spacewalk Saturday to try to fix... More...

Local Sports

Hearing Sanderson, Wright speak at a statewide breakfast

On Tuesday, I spent 5 to 6 hours in the rain at the Laurel Highlands Meet. I decided when I got... More...

16U winners at Hitting for Heather

Hitting for Heather this year benefitted Tyler Plunkard, who is pictured in the center being held... More...

Locals at Special Olympics

Seventeen Bedford County athletes competed in track and field events on May 4 at the Special... More...