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June 3, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

3 storm chasers killed by tornado

Three veteran storm chasers were among the 10 people killed when a violent tornado barreled into... More...

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Local

160 attend youth field day

The 18th annual Bedford County Youth Field Day was held Saturday at the Bedford Sportmen’s... More...

Police

A Maryland woman wanted by the police was taken into custody in Londonderry Township. State police... More...

Veteran’s Reflections World War II

Situation — To fraternize or associate, in a friendly way, with the citizen of a hostile... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

China’s search for pigs

A merican food firms complain about excessive regulation and intrusive inspections, but these may... More...

The bullying pulpit

We have truly entered the world of “Alice in Wonderland” when the CEO of a company that... More...

Report: IRS spent $50M on confabs

WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog has found that the Internal Revenue Service spent... More...

Drum going back to Gettysburg

Jim Smith, of Greensburg and Ray Zimmerman, of Acme stopped in Bedford Sunday as part of their... More...

Top of th' Morning

Ridge is planning track renovations. The track at Chestnut Ridge High School will be closed to the... More...

Obituaries

Heidi A. Dishong - 2016-02-05
Albert ‘Ray’ Nixon - 2016-02-05
Sara Jean Downing - 2016-02-05
Nancy P. Morse - 2016-02-05
Betty Louise Rininger - 2016-02-05
Janice L. Gable - 2016-02-04
Dale L. Willison - 2016-02-04
Helen Joanne Benton - 2016-02-03
Wanda Lou Schetrompf - 2016-02-03
Opal J. Corle - 2016-02-03
Edsel Gerald Shaffer - 2016-02-03
Nancy R. McGinnes - 2016-02-03
Norma Jean Sone - 2016-02-03
Clinton A. Clark - 2016-02-01
Gary L. Defibaugh - 2016-02-01
Dennis G. Benton - 2016-01-30
Allen Schooley - 2016-01-30
Gladys V. Mosser - 2016-01-30
Michele Lardiere - 2016-01-30
R. Lou Hite - 2016-01-29
Adda May Stultz - 2016-01-29
Brenda S. Davis - 2016-01-28
Jeanne B. Kmetz - 2016-01-28
Raymond G. Shepherd - 2016-01-28
Wendy Sue Gorsuch - 2016-01-27
Thomas A. Smith - 2016-01-27
Thomas A. Smith - 2016-01-26
Helen N. Winegardner - 2016-01-26
Ronald P. Ickes - 2016-01-25
Helen N. Winegardner - 2016-01-25
Herbert Neville - 2016-01-23
Larry S. Walters - 2016-01-23
Roy R. Mellott - 2016-01-21
Adda May Stultz - 2016-01-21
Audrey B. Clingerman - 2016-01-19
Nancy Weaver Moore - 2016-01-19
Clair Vernon Chaney - 2016-01-18
Sharon L. Kreigline - 2016-01-18

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State/National

Pa. girl’s family makes direct appeal for lung donor

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Relatives of a 10-year-old girl who they say has been denied a... More...

Church ends drill ban

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — A Pittsburgh religious group has voted to end a yearlong moratorium on... More...

Calif. wildfire explodes in size, burns homes

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A fire that destroyed six homes and threatened hundreds of others exploded... More...

World

Dam no effect

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — An independent panel of experts has concluded that the... More...

Local Sports

Four local teams in PIAA playoffs today

It's once again that time of the year where the boys and girls of the ball diamonds take to the... More...

Today’s Playoff Schedule

BASEBALL PIAA CLASS AAFIRST ROUND(5-1) Bedford vs. (6-2) Mount Unionat Everett, 4 p.m.... More...

Moose, New Baltimore earn SSL twinbill sweeps

SCHELLSBURG — Defending Schellsburg Softball League champion Bedford Moose/Camp Hartley... More...

State/National Sports

Pacers even up series with win over Heat

INDIANAPOLIS ( AP) — Roy Hibbert had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Paul George finished with 28... More...

Grant Hill retires from NBA after 19 seasons

LOS ANGELES ( AP) — Seven-time All-Star Grant Hill retired from the NBA on Saturday after 19... More...

Bruins careful, Penguins confident in Game 2 prep

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — There’s a dry erase board in the Pittsburgh Penguins’ dressing... More...