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July 19, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Anxiety brews among immigration supporters

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supporters of far-reaching immigration legislation fear they’re... More...

Top of th' Morning

Farmers’ market vouchers are still available at the Bedford County Area Agency on... More...

Special Sections

Local

Dinner, dance benefit to help cancer survivor

A dinner and dance benefit for Cheryl Bailey will be held Saturday to help raise money for Bailey,... More...

Bedford County Fair celebrates 140 years

A cake was cut Thursday to mark the celebration of the Bedford County Fair’s 140th... More...

Memorial Park receives grant

Bedford County Endowments handed over the check for a $1,000 grant to Bedford Memorial Park... More...

Local Sports

Taillon, Curve take opener from Sea Wolves, 6-3

ALTOONA — Jameson Taillon tossed seven innings for the fourth time this season and the... More...

J-town ready for Season Two

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Tomahawks are thrilled to announce their schedule for the 2013-14... More...

Lumbersticks grab another trophy

The Everett Lumbersticks won the 16U Division at the Recreation All-Stars Tournament in... More...

Worship

Hyndman Camp Meeting set for July 21-Aug. 4

2013 HYNDMAN Camp Meeting will be held July 21 through Aug. 4 at 1155 Gooseberry Road, Hyndman. A... More...

Sanford churches to hold weekly prayer meetings

SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — Churches in Sanford, Fla., have opened their doors for prayer to ease... More...

Pope spends day in hill town, jokes with residents

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (AP) — For once, Pope Francis has abandoned his traditional Sunday... More...

Everett chooses new principal

Board also picks superintendent’s wife as head teacher

EVERETT — Everett Area School District’s board of directors Thursday approved a new... More...

ECM giving back through scholarships

Everett Cash Mutual Insurance Company is giving back to their loyal customers after 100 years of... More...

Mighty Motor City files for bankruptcy

DETROIT (AP) — Once the very symbol of American industrial might, Detroit became the biggest... More...

Obituaries

Clarifications - 2014-07-17
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-16
William C. Plummer - 2014-07-16
Louise Rohm - 2014-07-16
Paul V. Dorner - 2014-07-15
James Vincent Froelich - 2014-07-14
Sophia Marie Heath - 2014-07-14
Gaila D. Shoemaker - 2014-07-14
Ricky W. Vanmeter - 2014-07-14
John A. Glodek Jr. - 2014-07-12
Wayne C. Arnold - 2014-07-11
C. Oliver Knisely - 2014-07-10
Ralph J. Bair - 2014-07-09
Robert A. Hinson - 2014-07-09
Mary Lou Johnson - 2014-07-09
Donald R. Leader - 2014-07-09
Robert L. Mellott - 2014-07-09
Michael D. McAllister - 2014-07-08
Ann E. Tate - 2014-07-08
Harold Samuel Tipton - 2014-07-08
Joetta June Tipton - 2014-07-08
Ronald A. Ward Sr. - 2014-07-08
Kenneth M. Williams - 2014-07-08
Gerald Ivan Davis - 2014-07-07
Helen G. Miller - 2014-07-07
James D. Frye - 2014-07-05
Louisa Jane Miller - 2014-07-05
Dr. John Vere Risser - 2014-07-05
Emma Jeanne Sams - 2014-07-05
Ralph R. Stone - 2014-07-05
John Willis Zembower - 2014-07-05
Lois Ann Webster - 2014-07-03
Annabell L. Nicodemus - 2014-07-02
Shirley Faye Bintliff - 2014-07-01
Russell P. Penner - 2014-07-01
Marilyn Maxine Acker - 2014-06-30
Donald W. Dicken - 2014-06-30
Madeline D. Garman - 2014-06-30
Margaret E. Klages - 2014-06-30
Fred L. Lafferty - 2014-06-30
Daryl L. Smith - 2014-06-30
Sanford E. Weyant - 2014-06-30

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State/National

Suit seeks Sunday hunting

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A sportsmen’s group has asked a federal judge to throw out the... More...

Lawyer: Some voter IDs were inaccessible

HARRISBURG,... More...

Lightning strikes injure 13 in Colorado, Montana

WELLINGTON, Colo. (AP) — A fire official says nine people working at a Colorado farm have... More...

Editorial

Surprise! Compromise!

The Senate, when it rouses itself to do so, does work. Slowly, inefficiently, maddeningly, but it... More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Napolitano tried, failed

Well, well, well. Janet Napolitano is quitting and heading west. She leaves behind the most mammoth... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates poised to finish the job in 2013

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Pirates are used to this part, the one where they spend the... More...

Predicting the Bucs finish

PITTSBURGH — Way downriver Friday night, the Pittsburgh Pirates play the first of their... More...

Phillies aiming to make a second-half run

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A four-day break allowed the Philadelphia Phillies to stay at .500 longer... More...