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June 28, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Senators: Student loan interest rates to double Monday

WASHINGTON (AP) — Student loan rates will double Monday — at least for a while —... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Queen Street Fair begins today. The annual event, held at the old Queen school, will begin both... More...

Special Sections

Local

Youth Field Day essay contests winners named

After the 18th annual Youth Field Day at the Bedford County Sportsmen’s Club June 1, event... More...

Farm Market

MORRISONS COVELIVESTOCK AUCTIONMartinsburgJune 24, 2013... More...

Sudoku

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Local Sports

Aeros get early runs on Taillon, Curve

AKRON, Oh. — Jameson Taillon matched a career high with seven innings pitched on Thursday... More...

Legion teams gearing up

A round of wet weather forced postponement of local legion games on Thursday, which will help make... More...

Locals called AAA girls’ final

An umpire crew from the Bedford County Chapter worked the Class AAA state championship game... More...

State/National Sports

NFL culture getting worse

Legend holds that on an August day seven years ago, it was Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney... More...

Pitt big man Adams is drafted by Thunder

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma City went with some muchneeded size with its first pick of the... More...

Djokovic, Williams return Wimbledon to normalcy

LONDON ( AP) — Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams restored a semblance of order to this wild... More...

Ridge discusses fate of New Paris school

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge School Board discussed the pros and cons of closing New Paris... More...

Everett fires principal Donelson

EVERETT — Everett Area School District discharged its absent high school principal Thursday... More...

Pa. House panel OKs $2 billion transportation plan

HARRISBURG,... More...

Cooling off

Gabby Iglesias plays with her daughter McKayla, 4 months, at the Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain... More...

Obituaries

Jeffrey W. Felton - 2014-08-27
Kenneth C. Miller Jr. - 2014-08-27
George R. Bender - 2014-08-26
Vello Nolvak - 2014-08-26
Caryl E. Baraniak - 2014-08-23
Gloria J. Sturtz - 2014-08-23
Larry Milton Corbin - 2014-08-23
C. Robert Daugherty - 2014-08-23
Floyd Dale Murphy - 2014-08-22
Robert E. Belles - 2014-08-21
Linda Susan Wolfe - 2014-08-21
James R. Wallace - 2014-08-21
Cletis Ray Elliott - 2014-08-20
James L. Tenley - 2014-08-20
Rev. F. Louis Barth - 2014-08-19
James W. Sinclair - 2014-08-19
F. LaRue Martz - 2014-08-19
Herbert D. Hall - 2014-08-18
Connie R. Penrod - 2014-08-18
Karen D. Price - 2014-08-18
Maxine V. Frazier - 2014-08-15
Helena G. Bollman - 2014-08-14
Romaine W. Hrivnak - 2014-08-14
Chalmer L. Sell - 2014-08-14
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-13
Mary Round Pavlov - 2014-08-13
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-12
Fred E. Steele - 2014-08-11
Max D. Valentine - 2014-08-11
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-09
Betty L. Kegg - 2014-08-09
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-08
Ellis J. Sollenberger - 2014-08-08
Judy A. Weist - 2014-08-08

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State/National

Truck hits bridge after project announced

INDIANAPOLIS ( AP) — A tractor on a flatbed trailer struck a low overpass on Interstates... More...

Hopewell seniors art on display

Artwork created by the Hopewell Senior Center’s painting class will be on display at the... More...

Small steps, few details in Pa. Capitol scramble

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Leaders of Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Legislature... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Resolve privatization

We didn’t think this was possible. The ineptness and procrastination of the liquor-system... More...

What was court thinking?

A fter the tumultuous days before the U.S. Supreme Court adjourned for the summer, you are probably... More...

Worship

Gospel Bond to lead gospel sing at Friendship Village

GOSPEL BOND from Selinsgrove will lead a gospel sing at 7 p. m. June 29 at Friendship Village... More...

Bethel Park Holiness Camp hosts camp meeting

The Bethel Park Holiness Camp will host its 108th camp meeting July 10-21. The camp is located east... More...

Volunteers decorate veterans’ graves

Volunteers from the Rainsburg Community Church have put American flags on veterans graves at the... More...