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June 25, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Crash closes Rt. 26

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Bedford Relay for Life has new venue, more teams

Bedford’s Relay for Life comes with many changes this year in an attempt to spice things up... More...

Santorum named CEO of Christian film studio

Former U.S. Senator and GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum is bringing Christian films to the... More...

Route 26 cleanup planned

Southampton Historical Society members will conduct a cleanup on June 29 along a two-mile section... More...

World

Russian astronauts tackle chores in spacewalk

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Two space station astronauts took care of a little outside... More...

Bombings in Iraq kill at least 42 people

BAGHDAD (AP) — A series of evening bombings near markets in and around Baghdad and other... More...

Brazil sets $23B hike for transit

SAO PAULO (AP) — Under pressure after more than a week of nationwide protests, Brazilian... More...

Local Sports

Fisher turned out winning teams at Bedford in 1940’s

Bruce Fisher, the legendary coach at Bedford during the 1940’s, set unmatched standards in... More...

Kerr led Bedford hoops to greatness in mid-1950’s

Dan Kerr was a basketball star for Bedford High School and then went to College of Steubenville in... More...

Everett native Reed built a successful life in wrestling

Wrestling has been a key in the life of Walter Reed, a graduate of Everett and long-time wrestling... More...

Secret leaker’s whereabouts unknown

HAVANA (AP) — Confusion over the whereabouts of National Security Agency leaker Edward... More...

Tussey adopts budget with tax increase

SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School Board adopted a $16.4 million budget for the 2013-14... More...

Immigration bill clears key Senate test

WASHINGTON (AP) — Historic immigration legislation cleared a key Senate hurdle with votes to... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford Food Outreach will hold a special distribution today. Due to a donation of fresh... More...

Obituaries

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
Roland Stover Keller - 2016-07-07
Jennie M. Fronckowiak - 2016-07-06
Randy Eugene Garlick - 2016-07-06
Ada V. Simpkins - 2016-07-06
Leo R. Mazman - 2016-07-05
Marjorie A. Shaffer - 2016-07-05
Paul Lynn Wible - 2016-07-05

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State/National

Studies find methane in some Pa. drinking water

PITTSBURGH (AP) — New research in Pennsylvania demonstrates that it’s hard to nail down... More...

Pa. Legislature eyes busy week

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Clashes along party lines and between the House and Senate consumed... More...

Philly schools hunger strike hits 8th day

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ten thousand unused musical instruments. No sports or art programs. No... More...

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Greed worsens disasters

I n natural disasters, the firefighters and rescue workers arrive first — and, not soon... More...

Voter ID trial looms

Pennsylvania’s longsidelined voter identification law is about to go on... More...

State/National Sports

Blackhawks stage late rally to win Stanley Cup

BOSTON (AP) — An NHLrecord unbeaten streak to start the lockout-shortened season. Three... More...

Big Ten, Pac-12 announce new bowl agreements

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With an emphasis on destination diversity and expanding West Coast... More...

Tyson Gay leads a youthful US team into worlds

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Tyson Gay rarely, if ever, talks trash and barely, if at all, speaks... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Thomas and Natalite (Clark) Shipley of Buffalo Mills are pleased to announce the birth of a son.... More...

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