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May 13, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Top of th' Morning

A military salute is planned for the “Government: It’s Your Business” luncheon on... More...

Special Sections

Local

BHS band awards given

These Bedford High School band students received top awards during a program... More...

Renaissance, Bedford Ford raise funds

The Everett Renaissance Foundation partnered with Bedford Ford Saturday to host their first Drive 4... More...

Police

Items were stolen from a Schellsburg man’s home in Napier Township. State police said someone... More...

Local Sports

Grubb inducted in the Clarion Sports Hall of Fame

A Bedford graduate recently was inducted into the Clarion University Sports Hall of... More...

Altoona gets by Richmond

ALTOONA— Charlie Cutler delivered a pinch-hit, walk-off win for the Altoona Curve, who... More...

Sports Results

SATURDAY, MAY 11BaseballFannett-Metal at Everett, ppd.SoftballFannett-Metal at Everett, ppd.... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

Ellis D. Klahre* to Donald E. Klahre*, Monroe Twp., $1. Donald E. Klahre* to Donald E. Klahre*,... More...

Feds: Pa. slow with jobless benefits

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A newspaper says federal officials have accused Pennsylvania of... More...

Benghazi report absolves Clinton

WASHINGTON (AP) — The seasoned diplomat who penned a highly critical report on security at a... More...

Pickin’ and strummin’

On Saturday, Mike Amato, owner of the Bedford Banjo Shop, sponsored the first Banjo Fun Day held at... More...

Obituaries

Loretta G. Black - 2015-02-28
Robert C. Detweiler - 2015-02-28
Gladys M. Tull - 2015-02-28
David Harold Evans - 2015-02-28
Robert Louis Rhoades - 2015-02-28
Max E. Shaffer - 2015-02-28
Fred Miller - 2015-02-27
Gladys M. Tull - 2015-02-27
Correction - 2015-02-27
Martha E. Heister - 2015-02-25
James William Fink Jr. - 2015-02-24
Zally W. Price - 2015-02-24
Betty Jean Bennett - 2015-02-21
Paul Deasey Sr. - 2015-02-21
Doris Irene House - 2015-02-21
Mildred R. Lawrence - 2015-02-21
Velma May Defibaugh - 2015-02-20
Susan M. Heidler - 2015-02-20
Larry Lee Ringler - 2015-02-20
Wanda L. Logue - 2015-02-20
Fred Miller - 2015-02-20
Susan K. Callihan - 2015-02-19
Brooke Alexandra Swope - 2015-02-19
Isabelle E. Guilfoy - 2015-02-18
Tracy L. O'Shea - 2015-02-18
Glen R. Cussins - 2015-02-17
Donald A. Whetstone - 2015-02-17
F. Maud Hengst - 2015-02-16
Connie E. Smyers - 2015-02-16
Rose M. Sciranko - 2015-02-13
Mary Lou Baker - 2015-02-12
Richard Martin Bingman - 2015-02-12
Thomas Paul Eicher - 2015-02-12
Edgar Ray Mitchell - 2015-02-12
Connie Steel-Tillman - 2015-02-12
Alvin Carl Hedrick - 2015-02-12
Arlene A. Clouse - 2015-02-11
Sheldon Blair Ford - 2015-02-11
Edith V. Ebersole - 2015-02-09
Martha A. 'Molly' Rice - 2015-02-09
Myra E. Simmons - 2015-02-09
Patricia A. Turner - 2015-02-09

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State/National

I-81 could reopen Tuesday

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Transportation officials hope to reopen Interstate 81 on Tuesday... More...

Pa. businesses decry drug issues in hiring

YORK, Pa. ( AP) — Business leaders say Gov. Tom Corbett was right when he said Pennsylvania... More...

AP exclusive: IRS knew tea party targeted

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Senior Internal Revenue Service officials knew agents were targeting tea... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

GOP’s split widen

The current U.S. Congress is unique in having three political parties: one Democratic and two... More...

Bouncing ball politics

I f you are driving along and suddenly see a big red rubber ball come bouncing out into the street,... More...

State/National Sports

Orpik’s OT goal sends Pens to second round

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Brooks Orpik’s goal would have been memorable even if... More...

Pirates get big play to squeak by Mets, 3-2

NEW YORK (AP) — Reliever Mark Melancon said his heart sunk. Second baseman Brandon Inge... More...

Woods holds off Garcia

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods had the last word against Sergio Garcia by winning... More...