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September 24, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Residents invited to take part in county farm tour

Bedford County residents of all ages can experience a diversity of agriculture at the fourth annual... More...

Special Sections

Local

Tournament benefits injured Saxton man

The first Ralph Hiquet Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament will be played Oct. 5 at the Saxton VFW... More...

Rainsburg council to meet

The October meeting of the Rainsburg Borough Council will be held one week later than usual. The... More...

Police

A teen driver was not injured when he lost control of his vehicle in Broad Top... More...

World

Kenyan officials claim last push to end mall siege

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenyan security forces battled al-Qaida-linked terrorists in an upscale... More...

Local Sports

Chestnut Ridge beats Bedford in a five-gamer

FISHERTOWN — Anything can happen in a rivalry game ... and it usually does. That is exactly... More...

Bedford defeats Northern Bedford

In the first boys soccer action between top-level county teams this fall, Bedford defeated Northern... More...

Local tennis teams fall in road matches

WINDBER — District 5 Team Tennis ratings leader Windber scored a 4-1 win over Bedford on... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

Edith Jean Holland to Daniel M. Dicken*, E. St. Clair Twp., $30,000. Stanley K. Snavely to James F.... More...

Sounds of music

The Youngblood Brass Band, above, performs during a visit to Bedford High School... More...

County’s oldest resident dies at 108

Clair Mock was the essence of aging well. Level-headed, kind to all, even-tempered, hard working... More...

Top of th' Morning

Grange Road in Londonderry Township will be closed to through traffic for several days, starting... More...

Obituaries

Mark A. Graham - 2014-10-14
Ann L. Wambaugh - 2014-10-14
Paul D. Von Stein - 2014-10-13
Maxine Snyder Akers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-11
Geraldine Feathers - 2014-10-11
Ean R. Arnold - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-10
John S. Folk - 2014-10-10
Rodney L. Cornell - 2014-10-09
Richard F. Shimer - 2014-10-09
Loretta R. Garlock - 2014-10-09
Joseph A. Bomblosky - 2014-10-08
Erla M. Diehl - 2014-10-08
James M. Hall Jr. - 2014-10-08
Martha Ann (Koons) Lau - 2014-10-08
Beatrice C. Lutton - 2014-10-08
H. Lee McVicker - 2014-10-08
Betty M. Peake - 2014-10-08
Linda Ann Sponsler - 2014-10-08
Steven H. Colledge - 2014-10-07
Ruby R McKee - 2014-10-07
James Edward Johnson - 2014-10-07
Clair F. Ritchey - 2014-10-07
Michael H. Windows - 2014-10-07
Earl R. Beck - 2014-10-06
Lori L. Claar - 2014-10-06
Howard Will - 2014-10-06
Gretchen D. Perrin - 2014-10-04
Mary Virginia Wiles - 2014-10-04
Bertha M. Felten - 2014-10-02
Ryan Ray Habinyak - 2014-10-02
James Lee Pittman - 2014-10-02
Dorothy M. Hess - 2014-10-01
Hazel K. Mortimore - 2014-10-01
Jeffrey Thomas Turner - 2014-10-01
Roy E. Como Jr. - 2014-09-30
Hazel K. Mortimore - 2014-09-30
Fred Jerome Barkman - 2014-09-29
Rebecca Mae O’Neal - 2014-09-29
Correction - 2014-09-29
Daniel D. Diehl - 2014-09-26
Samuel Lee Ritchey - 2014-09-26
Peggy A. Cottle - 2014-09-26
Nola V. McFarland - 2014-09-25
Leila P. Spenner - 2014-09-25

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State/National

Ten Commandments toppled

WASHINGTON (AP) — A stone monument of the Ten Commandments that sits on a street behind the... More...

Loose moose moved in Colorado

BROOMFIELD, Colo. (AP) — State wildlife officials have tranquilized a moose on the loose in... More...

Nutter brings schools’ message to Gov. Corbett

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Inadequate funding for Pennsylvania’s largest school district... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Where’s your beef?

The biggest problem the country faces today is not the government, but the utter lack of voices... More...

Elderly left out of debate

Gov. More...

State/National Sports

Pirates in playoffs for first time since 1992

CHICAGO ( AP) — The Pittsburgh Pirates are headed to the playoffs for the first time in 21... More...

Steelers misfire again and fall into an early 0-3 hole

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two plays. Two balls on the ground. Two very different results. One all-too... More...

Pitt’s offense beginning to click under Savage

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The numbers were gaudy. The plays were spectacular. Yet Paul Chryst remains... More...