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Imler shows off new fire truck

Imler Area Volunteer Fire Company took ownership of their new 2013 Spartan emergency rescue vehicle... More...

Top of th' Morning

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

Special Sections


Fair queen contestants named

The 2013 Fair Queen contestants met with 2012 Fair Queen Ashley Rush, pictured second from right,... More...

Farm Market

MORRISONS COVELIVESTOCK AUCTIONMartinsburgJuly 8, 2013... More...


A Hopewell man was charged with simple assault following a domestic dispute in Hopewell Township.... More...


Political Cartoon

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Privacy debate merited

Edward Snowden’s continuing efforts to elude... More...

Reform tests character

Let’s consider immigration reform. Have I lost your attention yet? I really hope not. Even... More...

State/National Sports

Jeter returns to Yanks lineup, but leaves early

NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Jeter walked to home plate, toyed with his batting gloves, stepped into... More...

Collier: Help wanted for Pirates

Fifty minutes or so into the second Pirates rain delay in as many nights (this one with actual... More...

Mickelson in contention early at the Scottish Open

INVERNESS, Scotland ( AP) — Phil Mickelson eased back into links golf with a 6-under 66 at... More...

Tractors on parade

Three-year-old Haley Hundley is eager for a parade entry coming down Quaker Valley Road in... More...

Former jail guard guilty of harassment

A former Bedford County jail guard was found guilty of harassment in Bedford County court... More...

Claysburg grad has oppportunity to visit Corbett

Jonathan Yoder has been out of 4-H for a couple of years but that didn’t prevent an advisor... More...


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Corn crop harvest estimates downgraded slightly

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture slightly lowered its estimate of... More...

Bull attacks scooter

GIRARD, Pa. (AP) — A bull escaped as it was being unloaded at McDonald Meats in Girard... More...

Penn State ex-president files libel lawsuit papers

HARRISBURG,... More...


Egypt to investigate Morsi jail escape

CAIRO (AP) — Prosecutors will investigate allegations that Egypt’s ousted president... More...

China may further limit car purchases

BEIJING (AP) — More Chinese cities may restrict vehicle purchases in a bid to fight air... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg rolls past Lilly in playoffs

Bedford/Claysburg today — sixth time locals will square off in 2013

LILLY — Whenever a team can get consistent hitting, base running, scoring and pitching... More...

Stingers win at Stars and Stripes

The Keystone Stingers 14U softball team won the USSSA Stars and Stripes Tournament in Greencastle,... More...

Mud Dogs perfect in Cresaptown

The Keystone Mud Dogs were undefeated at the Cresaptown (Md.) Tournament. Team members are (left... More...


Yellow Creek Church of the Brethren to host clothing bank

CLOTHING bank will be open at the Yellow Creek Church of the Brethren, 4825 Raystown Road,... More...

Rainsburg church hosts Bible school

Rainsburg Bible Church recently hosted Vacation Bible... More...