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September 9, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Farmers market in last month of good season

Word at the Bedford Farmers Market this season has been that of good crops and great sales. The... More...

Special Sections


Downtown on the Farm scheduled for Thursday

Bedford County Chamber of Commerce and Bedford Grange Mutual Insurance Company are presenting three... More...

Hyndman Grange hosts benefit for St. Jude’s hospital

Photos for Cures by Alyssa Bartlett Photography will be held at The Hyndman Grange Hall on Sept. 14... More...


A Tennessee man was charged for violating a protection from abuse order in Bedford Township. State... More...


Political Cartoon

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EPA’s mystery man

This is the season of advice on how to get a job and how to get ahead in the job you already have.... More...

Serious about Syria?

Why are we even talking about taking military action in Syria? What is that military action... More...

State/National Sports

Titans stun lifeless Steelers in opener, 16-9

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Tennessee Titans began the season with an embarrassing step back. It... More...

Hackenberg, Penn State top Eastern Michigan

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Even with Beaver Stadium’s glaring deserted sections,... More...

Serena captures U.S. Open

NEW YORK ( AP) — Topseeded Serena Williams won her fifth U.S. Open championship and 17th... More...

U.S. lacks proven link of Assad to gas

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House asserted Sunday that a ‘‘common-sense... More...

9/11 responders outside NY seek compensation

NEW YORK (AP) — They weren’t exposed to anywhere near the same level of ash, grit and... More...

Top of th' Morning

The location for state Rep. Dick Hess’ funeral service has... More...


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Pa. endangered species law changes raise alarm

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — State agencies, environmentalists and the federal government are raising... More...

Jim Thorpe, Pa., fights to keep body of namesake

JIM THORPE,... More...

Allentown mayor joins Pa. race

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Allentown’s mayor has jumped into a crowded field for the... More...

Local Sports

Yoder wins Labor Day 55 feature

Dylan Yoder didn’t mind having to wait a little longer for a feature win this year at the... More...

Moose/Camp Hartley sweeps to another SSL title

SCHELLSBURG — The Bedford Moose/Camp Hartley has thrived in the playoffs with the big... More...

Northern girls earn first win

LOYSBURG — The Northern Bedford girls soccer team earned its first win of the year with a 2-1... More...